A musical treat for NCR audience at this three-day long festival

In a three-day lengthy mega competition, held from April 13-15, simultaneously in Delhi (Kamani Auditorium), Noida (Shiv Nadar School) and Gurgaon (Shiv Nadar School), the artists gained an awesome response from the target market. During the course of these 3 days, over five,000 aficionados of classical track witnessed an ensemble representing a wide range of track genres, including fusion, semi-classical and natural classical track Jugalbandis. Some of the best classical musicians like Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, Shri Vikku Vinayakram, Ustad Rashid Khan and Rahul Sharma, amongst others performed throughout the competition.

Pandit Hariprasad and Rakesh Chaurasia enthralling the target market with a flute jugalbandi


On the general day of the competition, in Noida, Ustad Rashid Khan began the night with a spellbinding performance, which was once followed by means of a panoramic Carnatic percussion act by means of Grammy winner Shri Vikku Vinayakram and his son and common percussionist Selvaganesh.


In Gurgaon, sons of Pandit Rajan Mishra, Ritesh and Rajnish Mishra delivered a soothing vocal jugalbandi followed by means of Pandit Hariprasad and Rakesh Chaurasia enthralling the target market with a flute jugalbandi. In Delhi, Santoor maestro Rahul Sharma, together with his fusion ensemble, enthralled a packed Kamani Auditorium.

A musical treat for Noida target market at this three-day lengthy competition
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A musical treat for NCR audience at this three-day long festival A musical treat for NCR audience at this three-day long festival Reviewed by kailash soni on April 17, 2018 Rating: 5
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