Event 

Title:
INDIAN SITAR CONCERT- KALYANJIT DAS (SITAR) & FLORIAN SCHIERTZ (TABLA)
When:
28.05.2023  at  19.00 h
Style:
Indian classical sitar
Price:
15€ (10€ for students under 26 and jobseekers)
Reservation:
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INDIAN SITAR CONCERT- KALYANJIT DAS (SITAR) & FLORIAN SCHIERTZ (TABLA)

Description

Born in a highly enriched musical family of Kolkata, Kalyanjit is one of the brightest young sitarists in the field of Indian Classical Music. His music primarily signifies the ‘Senia Maihar Gharana’ style of playing. Maintaining the true heritage of Hindustani Classical Music, his aesthetical approach along with resonant power and delicate intricacies with the rhythm naturally captivate the listener.
Kalyanjit started learning the sitar at the age of three under the guidance of his father Pt. Kushal Das, and continues his rigorous and intensive talim under him. Kalyanjit also receives training in advance sitar techniques and art of music-making from Pt. Sanjoy Bandopadhyay. His mother Smt. Sujata Das initiated him in vocal training at a young age and now he also receives guidance from Ud. Rashid Khan as well. He is cared about the different Talas, Layas & their variations by Sri Biplab Bhattacharya, Pt. Subhankar Banerjee & also attended workshops of the famous Tabla Wizard Pt. Shankar Ghosh.

Born in 1973 in Singen Florian Schiertz comes from an artistic background, as both his parents are active in the field of fine arts. He received piano lessons at the age of seven and at fourteen he started learning drums. In 1988 he was attracted to the tabla through seeing Trilok Gurtu who notated a composition ("Dha te te Dha te te Dha Dha te te Dha ge tu na ka ta") for him after a concert. This first poignant experience of the sound world and playing technique of the tabla led Florian in 1993 to take lessons in tabla playing in Freiburg and Basel. Two of the major influences have been Bela Bartok and Ali Akbar Khan.
At the age of twenty-one Florian decided to specialise in tabla playing and became a resident student of Udai Mazumdar (himself a pupil of Ashutosh Bhattacharya and Ravi Shankar) in both Basel and Delhi.

https://youtu.be/NCWH_Z9VeWo
https://youtu.be/btizXhDELWM
https://youtu.be/s1RPOQZ-brg
https://youtu.be/G0_LQt8XhJg

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