2017 May

Stichting NAAD and BIMHUIS proudly present a concert of Indian classical music:

 

CARNATIC FLUTE & SITAR DUET

Shashank Purbayan Concert

SHASHANK SUBRAMANYAM
Carnatic Flute
PURBAYAN CHATTERJEE
Sitar
PARUPALLI PHALGUN
Mridangam
SATYAJIT TALWALKAR
Tabla

BIMHUIS, Amsterdam

19 May 2017

20:30 Friday

Concert Info & Tickets
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27 EUR seating – 19 EUR standing

 

 

 
Shashank Subramanyam 
Trained by father Subramanyam and vocal maestros R.K. Srikantan and Palghat K.V. Narayanaswami and under Pandit Jasraj in Hindustani Music, Shashank is presently considered one of the best Bamboo Flute Artists and is hailed so by the Indian and international media alike. 

With scintillating, primal tones he truly sings through the most organic and ancient of all instruments.His logic-defying virtuosity is the result of a magical innate talent coupled with the best possible training. Shashank has propelled the Bamboo flute into an enviable position by his playing techniques of which “the multi flute transposed fingering technique” and “the dual octave production” have won him world acclaim.  

Purbayan Chatterjee Sitar

(source: SundayGuardianLive)

 

http://www.purbayan.com

 

Purbayan Chatterjee is considered as one of the finest Sitar players in Indian Classical music. He belongs to the famous Senia Maihar Gharana, the school established by musical genius Baba Allauddin Khan, the guru of such stars as Ustad Ali Akbar Khan on the sarod and sitar players Pandit Ravi Shankar and Pandit Nikhil Banerjee.

Purbayan is a multifaceted musician. Along with his concerts of North Indian raga music, he also performs with musicians from the South Indian raga tradition and participates in various fusion projects with jazz and world musicians all over the globe. 


Parupalli Phalgun
is a talented mridangam and kanjira player. He started learning percussion from the Late Radhakrishna Raju, and later from his son Shri. M.L.N. Raju of All India Radio, Vijayawada. 
 

 

 

 
Satyajit Talwalkar is one of the most sought after young tabla players in India.  Satyajit received the training from his father Suresh Talwalkar, a famous tabla player and a mentor to many young percussionists. Satyajit’s mother, Padma Talwalkar, is an eminent vocalist of the ’70s generation.For Satyajit, the trills in vocal khyal music are a major influence and they could date back to the time of his playing fusion music with figures like Louis Banks or Trilok Gurtu.

He has obviously looked upon his father Suresh as his major source of inspiration. Yet he also acknowledges the abiding influence of Zakir Hussain on him.