An evening of cultural exuberance with the illustrious violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath
About this event
This event is brought to you by the European extension of the organization, SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music, Arts and Culture Among the Youth). Join us for a collective viewing experience of the artist performing live!
About the artists
Dr. Mysore Manjunath is an acclaimed Indian violinist. He is renowned for his exceptional artistry in playing the Carnatic style of Indian classical music on the violin, a system of classical music from the south of India. Holding a Ph.D. in violin theory, he has guided multiple students under the Fulbright scholarship scheme and is known for his extensive knowledge of violin techniques. He has collaborated with various international artists and has also performed in world-renowned places such as Royal Albert Hall in London, Sydney Opera House, and Oxford University. Dr. Manjunath also has the distinction of being invited to special conferences, presentations, workshops, and concerts at some of the world's top universities like MIT, Oxford University, University of Chicago, University of North Texas, Indian Institute of Technology, and The Kansas State University.
Continuing the legacy of Dr. Mysore Manjunath is the Indian violinist, Sumanth Manjunath. He hails from a musical family and has received training from his grandfather veteran violinist Sri Mahadevappa, his uncle the renowned violinist Mysore Nagaraj, and his father Dr. Mysore Manjunath. Sumanth has been performing since the age of nine and has performed in concerts across the globe.
Mridangist BC Manjunath is a virtuoso in the field of percussion in Indian classical music. He has performed globally as a solo artist and as part of an ensemble, having collaborated with global artists and festivals such as Rafael Reina, Riccardo Nova, members of Bhedam, Conservatorium of Amsterdam, The Karnatic Lab Festival, Zagreb Music Biennale, Fabrica Italy and many more. His impact has grown exponentially worldwide over the last decades, reaching musicians of all backgrounds who discover universal principles in his essential vision of rhythm.
Kanjira artist Herbert Lang will be providing the rhytmic accompaniment in the Kanjira. The kanjira is a south Indian frame drum of the tambourine family.
We believe that a concert of this nature is a great avenue for cultural exchange between music enthusiasts from India and Germany. Hence, we are eagerly looking forward to having you in the audience!
The live concert provides a unique opportunity to experience the highest level of Indian Classical Music along with a strong sense of culture and community which is heralded by SPIC MACAY Europe.
This event is brought to you by the European extension of the organization, SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music, Arts and Culture Among the Youth).
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LocationGriechisch-Orthodoxe Kirche, Aachen, Germany
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