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Anoushka Shankar "Land of Gold”

Anoushka Shankar "Land of Gold”

  • Date(s)
    2018.3.22(thu)
  • Time
    8pm
  • Price
    R 100,000 S 80,000 A 60,000 B 40,000
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  • FEATURING
    Anoushka Shankar, Sitar

    Manu Delago, Hang & Electronic Drums 

    Sanjeev Shankar, Shehnai

    Tom Farmer, Double Bass & Keyboards

     

    “Movement of music across nations and time” NPR

    “She’s making her own unique mark on the world.” Harper’s Bazaar

     

    The greatest sitar player who has become the icon of world music

    Based on her firm roots in Indian traditional music, Anoushka Shankar has endlessly expanded the horizon of world music through various musical endeavors. This concert will be a precious opportunity to meet her musical world that has continuously evolved between tradition and innovation for the past 20 years. 

    Since the age of seven, Shankar learned music and sitar playing from her father Ravi Shankar, a legendary sitar player. She began her solo career with the album <Anoushka> in 1998 and with her live album <Live at Carnegie Hall> released in 2003, she became the youngest-ever and the first Indian woman to be nominated for Grammy Awards in the World Music section. In 2013, she released the album <Trace of You> through Deutsche Grammophon, which topped the Billboard World Music chart. The participation of Norah Jones—Shankar’s stepsister—in the album also attracted heated attention. By presenting collaborative stages with world-class musicians and conductors including George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Sting, Philip Glass, Joshua Bell, Zubin Mehta, and Kristjan Järvi, Shankar contributed heavily to the popularization of world music.

    The performance at LG Art Center will be centered around her latest album <Land of Gold>(2016). This album is a journey to the peaceful and safe land everyone dreams of, the golden land. At the same time, the album embodies Shankar’s message of hope, yearning for human dignity and love for mankind. The mystic sound of the sitar will be accompanied by percussion, bass, and Shehnai—a traditional Indian instrument similar to the Korean Taepyeongso. Shankar and her band will leap beyond the chasm of time and space, leading you to a pleasant state of peace at times, and at others, to the pure joy of life.

     

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