Date/Day: 8th JulyTime: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
2 Cotall Street
London ,E14 6TL
Telephone: 020 3039 3333
Saudha – ‘one of the prominent Indian classical music promoters in the country‘ (BBC Radio) – offers a ‘hypnotic‘ (Fringe Review) and ‘breath-taking’ (Rhapsody of Soul, Guardian) presentation of Indian classical music. Spend an evening with the mystic melodies of the East’s first Nobel Laureate in Literature, Rabindranath Tagore, discovering his unique post-modern and philosophical redefinition of both love and loneliness.
The evening will showcase a solo recital of Tagore’s compositions by one of the finest Tagore vocalists and exponents, Dr Imtiaz Ahmed, accompanied by vocalist Eric Schleander, esraj player Tirthankar Roy, tabla player Yousuf Ali Khan, saxophonist George Sleightholme, violinist Alice Baron and keyboardist Amith Dey, offering their own musical interpretation of Tagore’s work.
Saudha is dedicated to developing a true postmodern presentation of Indian classical music through intertwining with other profoundly related art forms, e.g. poetry, Western Classical, Kathak, Gamelan, painting, theatrical presentation of music, etc. It campaigns to create new audience of serious art forms from around the globe by organising ‘remedial and therapeutic performances‘ (Wimbledon Guardian), ‘hypnotic musical concerts‘ (Yorkshire Evening Post) and music festivals involving leading performers of each genre.
Praise for Saudha
“One of the prominent promoters of Indian classical music of his country.” BBC Radio, Eastern Eye, Bangla Mirror