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Anirban Bhattacharyya is an exceptional singer-ethnomusicologist-music director, balancing between traditional and cross-over music.Anirban has created an unique space for himself
This is the 6th episode of the DesiYUP Radio Program. Since a few months we are promoting more fusion and crossover music at Stanvaste Radio. Our program is sponsored by restaurant The Pepper Trail. Our next radio program is Wednesday 17th of April between 19.00 and...
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This romantic song ‘Tumse Milke’ brings together two very talented artists: singer-songwriter Vasuda Sharma collaborated with Dutch stand-up comedian Rayen Panday.
One doesn’t need to be surrounded by incense or regular trips to temples to be near to God. Spirituality is a way of life. The spirit is inside to do good karma, doing one’s deed sincerely is in itself a worship to the almighty. The Supreme being, the creator of all, who we call God, Allah, Jesus, Krishna or Ram, that resides in us.
‘Midnight Longing’ is connecting musicians based in three different continents together. Raag Bageshri, a popular late night Raga, inflicts emotions of desire, longing and romance awaiting for One’s beloved. The aesthetic form of this Raag enables the mind to catch a glimpse of the deeper spiritual beauty through Filter Coffee’s “Ethnotronic” music style anchored by Prewien’s earthy vocals and Anuj’s hypnotic spoken word.
Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia talks in this vlog with DesiYUP founder Mahesvari about his concert with Pandit Shivkumar Sharma.
The two icons of North-Indian classical music are sharing the stage in Holland for the first time on the 25th of June in Zuiderstrandtheater in The Hague. Panditji tells why this concert is so unique.
On a cold winter night, allow yourself to get carried away by this melodious and enchanting composition in Raag Bageshri inflicting emotions of longing and romance from the point of view of a lady awaiting her loved one. The aesthetic form of this Raag enables the mind to catch a glimpse of the deeper spiritual beauty of this music style.
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.
As a student of Indian Classical Music, I have been to Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia’s Vrindavan Gurukul (school) in the past for many- a- times, just to listen to his music and to imbibe whatever I can from his divine playing. But this time my purpose to visit Vrindavan Gurukul was different! I was interviewing a musician for the first time ever and that too of Panditji’s calibre!
Nirali Kartik publishes her latest song: Abhang – Bolava Vitthala.
In Marathi Language “Vithh” means a brick – the one who stood on a brick came to be known as “Vitthala”.
Nirali Kartik was interviewed on the national TV program VPRO Vrije geluiden on the 26th of April 2015.
Recorded in London
Musicians / Instruments:
Shammi Pithia – Bansuri
Michael Goodey – Piano
Suroj Sureshbabu – Guitar
Preetha Narayanan – Violin
Alice Barron – Violin
Tara Franks – Cello
Poem Without Words by Shammi PithiaPerformed in Amsterdam after doing an in house concert for distinguished guest like the mayor of Amsterdam.
“Its nice to say things without words, or to express a sentiment with an action because there are no words. This is a sweet song about the nicer things in life, expressed with melody.” ~ Shammi Pithia
Sweet Nothings, a music video produced by DesiYUP of Shammi Pithia.
DesiYUP has produced another music video with Shammi Pithia named Pause.
Sangeeta Bhageloe went to London for the preperation of the concert Creation of Something Meaningful. She met with Shammi and Suroj and they recorded this song while jamming together. Have a listen.
Cover by Sangeeta Bhageloe Guitar Suroj Sureshbabu Recording studio: Three Hand Studio, Room 1 Original song: “Aaja Re O Mere Dilbar Aa Ja” lyrics written by Jan Nisar Akhtar sang by Lata Mangeshkar and Nitin Mukesh from the...