The 4th DesiYUP concert is now a reality! On the 24th of October we’re organising a very special concert for those who appreciate the elegance of Indian Classical Fusion music.Read More
In this interview we spoke to the talented creative composer and producer Shammi Pithia. Shammi is building a solid name for himself. He is walking in the shadow of great artists such as Nitin Sawhney, Talvin Singh and Niraj Chag. Enjoying the busiest time in his career so far,...Read More
Join the Movement!
After a very successful “masterful” masterclass and because of high demand Shammi and his band will be giving another masterclass one day before the concert. This time in the Dr. Anton Philips Hall in The Hague.
Shammi will be performing on October 24th 2014 in the city of The Hague at De Nieuwe Kerk. With his band and Dutch-Hindustani vocalist Sangeeta Bhageloe people are guaranteed to taste the Creation of Something Meaningful.
This website was created trough my inner aspirations and the support and guidance of my friends. A long cherished dream of mine to create a website that focusses on world music has finally become a reality. This site is intended for music lovers that have fallen in love with fusion (cross-over) music. Fusion is a music genre where different styles of music meet.
The feeling of the concert ‘Creation of Something Meaningful’ is still lingering in the minds of many people who attended the concert of the one and only Shammi Pithia and his band. The melodious harmony still resonates in the hearts of people we talk to.
It was a night that will be remembered for a long time. The peace and tranquility together with the intense flow of musical melodies created a mix of joy and awe for all that came to the DesiYUP concert the Creation of Something Meaningful. With special guest of honour, Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia and an amazing audience, this was an exceptional experience.
This is Sangeeta Bhageloe’s first official music video. This song is based on the raag kaushik dhwani, thaught and sung within the Kirana Gharana, stylistic school of Khyal (Indian Classical).