Sound in Unison: A Concert of Dhrupad Music


Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall, B001


Sound in Unison: A Concert of Dhrupad Music

Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha are the leading exponents of the Dhrupad style of music, which is the most ancient form of Hindustani classical music that still survives in its original form. As well as being an integral part ofall of India’s prestigious music festivals, the Gundecha Brothers have performed and conducted workshops atmany important international music festivals and institutions in about twenty-five countries including U.S.A, Australia, Japan, Egypt, Singapore, Bangladesh,  U.A.E,  Hong Kong and in Europe.  With the saxophone and silver flute, the concert will feature a unique unison of Indian and western sounds. General Admission: $10, AICMS Members and ND/SMC faculty: $5, Students: FREE

For further information, contact: Prof. Amitava Dutt (2730928)

Sponsored by the Liu Institute and the Asian Indian Classical Music Society