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Dominicuskerk Amsterdam

Sacred Sounds of India

Magical evening of amazing Indian music from North, South & East

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Sacred Sounds of India
Sacred Sounds of India

Time & Location

16 jun 2024, 19:30 – 22:00

Dominicuskerk Amsterdam, Spuistraat 12, 1012 TS Amsterdam, Netherlands

About the Event

A magical evening of mesmerizing Indian music with some of India's most wonderful performers from North, South & East.

Come and join in the warm and richly ornamented Dominicuskerk. It is a unique treat to have such stellar artists bringing their soul and spirit from India in one event: we welcome you!

About the evening:

1. Special mystical guests from Bengal: Goutam Das Baul and group. 

In journeys through Light And Darkness of Life, the Baul searches for “Moner Manush” (Beloved Being). 

In the mysterious world of sadhana and songs, the Baul enjoys and entertains others.

2.  Ustad Sabir Sultan Khan - Sarangi maestro with Heiko Dijker on Tabla

Sabir is a young maestro whose Sarangi stirs the soul deeply. 

Break 

3. Dr. Mysore Manjunath - Carnatic Violin

     Sumanth Manjunath - Carnatic Violin (Son of Dr. Mysore Manjunath)

      Neyveli Venkatesh - Mridangam  

This father-son duet of Carnatic Violin is an experience that makes one lose all sense of time and self. 

On the Mridangam is extraordinary percussionist Neyveli Venkatesh: his rhythms make the earth shake!

The Press:

Orissa Post: ‘Ustad Sabir Khan played wonders...’

Times of India: ‘Sabir Khan enthralled the audience’

Times of India: ‘Heiko Dijker is a global ambassador of classical Indian music’

The Hindu: ‘Heiko Dijker is a T abla player whose fingers can do a magic and who plays on the marks of Enthusiasm and Energy’

The Los Angeles Times - “…Brilliant Classical Violinist from India ..”

The Statesman  -  “….Mysore Manjunath, Undoubtedly one of the foremost Violinists in Carnatic style, mesmerized the audience at Indian International Centre at New Delhi. Whether it is an elongated phrase or a staccato one, there will be precision –and a pinpoint one at that. His handling of the instruments is based on aesthetics, the sound emanating from their bowing, having a velvety instrumental sheen; such is the perfection…”

Deccan Herald - " Sumanth Manjunath strives to expand the boundaries of his instrument and has been wowing audiences with his performances, winning several prizes and accolades in the process."

Indian Express - "one day, he (Neyveli Venkatesh) took his mridangam to a nearby temple and started playing while many musicians, small and big, kept singing for him non-stop for 28 hours. He began the concert at 6 pm and ended at 10 pm the next day."

Sarangi & Tabla:

https://youtu.be/w7C-P6wfvuw?si=Lo6LeYw5RSxtoPbG

Violin Duet father & son:

https://youtu.be/9drclNNfkzM?si=aRJDNuZwEM053APd

Mridangam maestro Neyveli:

https://youtu.be/0hQHRCNwzBc?si=_cHUNWgaf74k1anC

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    Warm welcome dear guest, we welcome you to enjoy the Sacred Sounds of India.

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