Shreya Devnath and Praveen Sparsh
Shreya Devnath violin
Praveen Sparsh mridangam
Aavaam | we two
A violin – mridangam duet
Friday 13 March
Doors 7:30pm | Performance 8pm.
Limited premium seats
Experience a musical journey through Indian classical and folk cultures at St George’s Bristol with artistes from India, Shreya Devnath and Praveen Sparsh.
Bringing you songs of traditional Indian music – songs of freedom, love, joy and self-belief, the cultural diversity of India will be exemplified through a seamless blend of composed and improvised music. The lyrical and musical ideas of different composers from across the country will be explored.
A primarily instrumental concert, the pieces will be interpreted through the violin, vocals, multi-percussion and spoken word.
Shreya Devnath, a vocalist and well-established solo violinist, has earned much appreciation for her distinctive music. A student of the legendary Carnatic musician, Sri Lalgudi Jayaraman, Shreya strives to be a worthy representative of this prestigious school. The recipient of a number of awards and titles, her accolades include the highly acclaimed Bharat Ratna Dr. MS Subbulakshmi Fellowship and Outstanding Woman Achiever.
Praveen Sparsh, multi percussionist and music producer, is one of the most sought after mridangam exponents in the field of Carnatic music. Praveen regularly performs with acclaimed Carnatic musicians. His recent solo percussion album, UNRESERVED, received critical acclaim from the music and entertainment fraternity at large.
Both artistes have toured internationally.
Presented by Asian Arts Agency
Details to follow.