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The Meditative Dhrupad Music of India Spans The Globe

Dhrupad Music Institute of America

Sunday, November 24, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:45 PM (PST)

The Meditative Dhrupad Music of India Spans The Globe

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Concert admission - Child ticket Ended $5.00 $0.00
Vegetarian pizza with artists following the concert Ended $7.00 $0.00
Pizza - Child ticket Ended $3.00 $0.00
Additional donation to DMIA Ended

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Please join us for a Dhrupad vocal concert by Shri Branan Dubh of Australia and Shri Inoue Sou of Japan, accompanied Shri Dnyaneshwar Deshmukh of India on the Pakhawaj.  All artists have been trained by Padmashri Gundecha Brothers at Gurukul, Dhrupad Sansthan, Bhopal.

Please also join us for a (vegetarian) pizza meet and greet with the artists after the concert. Advanced ticket purchase is required for pizza, so we can order the right quantity.

For biographical information about the artists, please see - The Meditative Dhrupad Music Of India Spans The Globe

 

Have questions about The Meditative Dhrupad Music of India Spans The Globe? Contact Dhrupad Music Institute of America

When & Where


Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall, (also known as Ballard-Alki Lodge #170)
1706 Northwest Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107

Sunday, November 24, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:45 PM (PST)


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Dhrupad Music Institute of America

Dhrupad Music Institute of America aims to promote, propagate and teach Dhrupad, both vocal and instrumental (on the pakhawaj, veena, surbahar, and other instruments), as well as to propagate Indian classical music in general.

Dhrupad is an ancient style of Indian classical music. The nature of Dhrupad is spiritual; seeking not to entertain, but to induce feelings of peace and contemplation in the listener. The word Dhrupad is derived from "Dhruva", the steadfast North Star (Polaris) and "pada" meaning poetry. It is a form of music that traces its origin to chanting of the ancient text of Sama Veda. From this early chanting, millennia ago, Dhrupad evolved into the sophisticated classical form of music, that it is today.

Dhrupad has waxed and waned in popularity over the centuries, and is currently gaining a strong following. Its steadfast, precise, unhurried and improvisational nature is attracting audiences all over the world.

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