Khan has long been the unofficial brand ambassador for Rajasthan’s folk music. And now, he is all set to wow Mumbai with his music. According to the release, he “will present an experience, which will bring alive the forgotten sounds of folk instruments and songs”, come January 25, 2019.
Happy to introduce you to ShowCase Events’ new production Sounds From The Desert – a beautifully curated 90mins journey of the true soul of Rajasthani Folk music- LIVE!!
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Conceived and executed by ShowCase Events, ‘Sounds From The Desert’ premiered to an awestruck Mumbai audience at the Royal Opera House in January and now makes its way to Delhi at the Sirifort Auditorium on..
Renowned artists of the Rajasthani folk tradition, particularly the Manganiyars, are flagbearers of traditional music in the country. As director and curator Atul Churamani says, “People”..
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Mumbai 27th January’ 19: ShowCase events curated an unforgettable musical evening and lifetime experience by taking the audience through a journey of the true soul of Rajasthani Folk music.
ShowCase events curated an unforgettable musical evening and lifetime experience by taking the audience through a journey of the true soul of Rajasthani Folk music.
Radio and Music
MUMBAI: ShowCase events curated an unforgettable musical evening and lifetime experience by taking the audience through a journey of the true soul of Rajasthani Folk music.
Each country has their own folk music but here, in India, each State has its own. And so it was quite a revelation when the “Sounds Of The Desert” arrived in Mumbai on January 25, 2019 at the Royal Opera House, under the aegis of ShowCase Events’ Nanni Singh.
Mumbai News Network
The true ambassador of Rajasthani folk music – Kutle Khan brought alive the different colours of Rajasthani folk music from the desert. The show began with the Desi nagada’s creating the feel and environment of Folk culture from the land of love followed by the sweet melody of the Khamaycha and sarangi.
The energy at the Royal Opera House was infectious. Many in the audience were stunned by instruments like the wooden clapper khartal, the bowed kamaicha and the double flute algoza. In their bright ghaghras, two ghoomar dancers added to the magic.
Sounds From The Desert is a true treat of the real Rajasthan. A show where you will get to hear the sounds of the beautiful instruments of Rajasthan, we will also showcase the Ghoomar, our traditional dance. The songs you will get to hear will be a mix of traditional and those traditional ones which are very popular.
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