Time: January 21, 2015 from 7pm to 10:30pm
Location: Wood Green
Street: 4 Coburg Road, London, N22 6UJ
City/Town: Wood Green
Website or Map: http://www.collage-arts.org/z…
Phone: 020 8829 8962
Event Tag: indian classical music, music, sitar, concerto, zeroclassikal, degun, hindustani, indian
Posted By: Nancy Kofi-Sikah
Latest Activity: Jan 20, 2015
Jasdeep Singh Degun brings together the two prominent styles of classical music in the form of a Sitar Concerto. Opposition, cooperation and independence are all concepts explored within concerto music yet this is not reflected within Hindustani music, which is predominantly independent. Jasdeep believes that in creating this new piece of music, it will enhance the versatility of an Indian Classical musician.
The zerOclassikal project, a partnership between zeroculture and Collage Arts continues to offer a radical approach to south Asian classical music, aiming to provide British born and trained musicians the voice and platform to explore what their identity brings to the ‘ancient’ musical genre . The Project facilitates progressions, experiments and developments of the genre, featuring commissions of new raags, new interpretations, compositions, and improvisations.
Karamel is proud once again to host the project with a monthly programme featuring artists willing to push the boundaries of South Asian classical music.
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