INDIAN CLASSICAL RAGAS W/ MANISH PINGLE, GURDAIN RAYATT & JACK JENNINGS

INDIAN CLASSICAL RAGAS W/ MANISH PINGLE, GURDAIN RAYATT & JACK JENNINGS at The Cube Microplex Wed 6 February 2019 from 8pm

INDIAN CLASSICAL RAGAS W/ MANISH PINGLE, GURDAIN RAYATT & JACK JENNINGS

Manish Pingle is one of the world’s leading Mohan Veena players - Indian slide guitar. He is a disciple of Ustad Shahid Parvez the renowned sitar maestro.


Gurdain Rayatt is a disciple of Pandit Shankar Ghosh and is one of the UK’s leading tabla players. He has accompanied many of India’s most prestigious artists.


Jack Jennings studied the sitar with Donough Sanfay, a disciple of Amarnath Mishra. Jack has been pioneering an approach to adapt Indian classical music to the electric guitar.

 

This Trio takes the audience on a dynamic and exciting journey through the world of Indian Classical Music. The spontaneous interaction and passion felt when they play together is truly compelling. The music they play is essentially very pure and in keeping with tradition, but the inclusion of the electric guitar creates a sense of openness to embrace new timbres and melodic nuances without compromising the original spirit and intensity of the music. This is a rare combination of instruments and Musicians from different backgrounds, embracing the music that brought them together. 

www.manishpingle.com

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www.gurdain.com

https://www.facebook.com/gurdaintabla/

www.indianguitar.net

https://www.facebook.com/PlayLeadGuitar/

Raag Charukeshi Vilambit Ghat by Manish Pingle, Gurdain Rayatt, Jack Jennings

Indian slide guitar by Manish Pingle

Gurdain Singh Rayatt / Tabla solo / Teental (16 beats)  

Jack Jennings - Making a Guitar for Indian Classical Music 

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Tickets: £13.25  

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