In het Schielandshuis gaf ik gisteren een presentatie over mezelf aan de juryleden voor de categorie Zakenvrouw Zonder Personeel van de Rotterdamse Zakenvrouw van het Jaar verkiezing 2019.read more
Read the review that INDIANA – the first Indian Maagazine in The Netherlands – has posted online of the Hindi Cinema Classics III concert of 7 October 2018.read more
Last year DesiYUP collaborated with Darbar, Sandeep Virdee and curated an Indian concert with Debasmita Bhattacharya (sarod) and Gurdain Singh Rayatt (tabla) for the annual Holland-India music festival in de Nieuwe Kerk in Den Haag. Thank you Henk Scholten for...read more
DesiYUP was featured on the TV Channel Open Rotterdam. In this program DesiYUP founder Mahesvari Autar tells the audience what motivates her in her mission to bring meaningful music to the masses in The Netherlands. A special thanks goes to Farzana and Aino from OPEN...read more
DesiYUP founder Mahesvari Autar recently wrote an article that was published in the national Dutch Newspaper Trouw. The subject matter was about cultural diversity within the Dutch theaters. This article was also featured on the Trouw website and can be read in the...read more
The Dutch national music platform “Vrije Geluiden” has higlighted the concert Soul to Soul in which Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia will perform on the 25th of June.
To read the newsletter with also a lot more information about music in the Netherlands. Click on the image.read more
DesiYUP founder Mahesvari Autar was interviewed by the multicultural Dutch online newsplatform NieuwWij. In this interview she talks about her ambitions and her highlights of DesiYUP projects. Read the interview in Dutch here.read more
DesiYUP Founder Mahesvari Autar had a feature article in the Dutch media and news paper Dreamz World. Click on the image for more information about Dreamz World and the article.read more
An interview of Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia with presentator Kries Bandhoe, Amor FM. Was broadcast on Dutch radio on Friday the 20th of May.
PanditJi talked about his love for the bansuri, his life path and how he struggled to start his journey into Indian Classical music.