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Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2012


 
 

Have a look at some of the performances of Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2012 here

Moa Danielson Grimstad producer, Stockholm Sangeet Conference

 
Supported by Stockholm Stad

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Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2012

Södra Teatern
September 01, 2012

Program Schedule

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Stockholm Sangeet Festival Photos


Performers

Artists for Stockholm Sangeet

K. Sridhar

K. Sridhar started touring out of India in 1982 and has given hundreds of concerts worldwide. During the 1980's in Europe he often performed in the more traditional Dhrupad manner with pakhawaj player Arjun Shejwal. Starting in 1987 he toured internationally numerous times under the auspices of W.O.M.A.D., often as part of a jugalbandhi (duet) with Carnatic violinist K. Shivakumar along with tabla and mridangam accompaniment. Two of these jugalbhandhi concerts are featured on a CD entitled "Shringar" which was released by Peter Gabriel's RealWorld label.

Sanjay Guha

Sanjay Guha is the leader of London Sitar Ensemble and a disciple of Sitar masters Ravi Shankar and Deepak Choudhary

Debashish Mukherjee

Debasish comes from a family of tabla traditions and music has been part of his upbringing. He started receving his talim from his father. The renowned tabla exponent Pandit Kanai Mukherjee of Benares gharana. Debasish was also priviledged to be trained under the able guidance of his grand Guru, the great tabla maestro Late Pandit Nanku Maharaj. He has also been under the tutelage of his other grandguru, Pandit Kishen Maharaj, the doyen of tabla.

Suranjana Gosh

Quincy Kendall Charles

Quincy is the Director of the “Black Diamond Dance Company” which sole aim is to promote good quality Indian classical dance through performance opportunities and founder of the “Black Diamond Kathak Parampara” which aims to pass the ancient tradition of Kathak to the next generation teaching in the tradition of Guru Shishya Parampara (From master to disciple tradition).

Hanna Manilla

Hanna Mannila is a kathak artist based in Helsinki. She was first trained in ballet and jazz dance in Finland, and later in Indian classical kathak dance at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in London.

Usha Balasudaram

Ulrika Larsen

Veronica Tjerned

Stian Grimstad

KG Westman

Hugo Widén

Partners

  • Farhang Förening
  • Den Asiatiska Dansakademin
  • Stockholms Stads Kulturförvaltning
  • Statens Kulturråd
  • Mångkulturkonsulenten i Stockholms Län

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