India Habitat Centre,New Delhi
28-09-2015 7:00 pm-
Gunijan Sabha brings alive an ancient Indian tradition to organize enriching interactions with people having extraordinary skills.It is a practice of spending time and learning from people who have achieved excellence in their work.
In ancient and medieval periods, Gunijan Sabha was a popular self-enriching sessions where pupils learnt from masters. It was a platform to encourage and patronize various forms of art.
Sessions are organized in smaller group where Gunijan (artist) displays and teaches intricacies of their art . Such Sabhas are usually intense and rich in experience.
IGNCA and Üstad Imamuddin Khan Dagar Indian Music Art & Culture Society in collaboration are making efforts to revive this tradition which is open for people from all streams.
Pt. Salil Bhatt and Ankit Bhatt (sitar)
(Creator of Satvik Veena)
28th September, 7:00 PM onwards.
Indian Habitat Centre.
Lodhi Road, Near Airforce Bal Bharati School, New Delhi, Delhi 110003.
The Artist Profile
Creator of the Satvik Veena and heir to a 500-year musical legacy, Salil Bhatt represents the dynamic face of the new age, Indian musician. Being hailed as the 'Global Indian Musician', Salil has done it all. From Solo Concerts and International Collaboration to Exotic Jugalbandis and Global Fusions, Salil has not only managed to marvel audiences in India, bit also has a big fan base in Canada, Germany, Australia, America, Taiwan, England, Switzerland, Iceland, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Singapore, Spain, Finland, Austria, and Italy (in total 40 countries). That too, in just a span of his trailblazing 25-year career!
Having received a Pre-Grammy Award nomination which speaks volumes of his highly successful international collaborations, Salil is the harbinger of rare honors for India as he is the first ever musician to perform inside the Parliament of Germany. He is also the first ever Indian musician to perform in Iceland and the first Indian musician to be invited by the Taiwanese Government for artist residency of one month.
Salil Bhatt represents the tenth generation of the famous Bhatt lineage, where music has been flowing for more than five hundered years. Salil is the son of the legendary Mohan Veena maestro and India's GRAMMY AWARD winner Padmashree Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt.
Salil reflects the dynamic style of rendering the classical nuances on the Sativk Veena in his concerts. His style incorporates the authentic and systematic exposition of Classical Indian Ragas and the embellishments of the World Music as well.
Salil's baaz [style] assimilates the 'gayaki' [vocal] and 'tantrakari' [instrumental] representations which makes his playing complete with innumerable variations. Salil specializes in playing high-speed taans demonstrating his great skill on the Satik Veena.
Trained by his Guru Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Salil follows the Classical Indian Raga authenticity to its strictest norms and creates the purest picture of every Raga he plays.
Satvik Veena exponent Salil Bhatt has been conferred the prestigious Maharana Mewar Foundation Award for his outstanding achievements and his meritorious services rendered in the field of Indian classical music.
New Delhi, Delhi
28-09-2015 7:00 pm - 30-11--0001 12:00 am