Time: November 19, 2014 from 7pm to 10:30pm
Location: Wood Green
Street: Karamel Restaurant, Chocolate Factory 2. 4 Coburg Road, Wood Green, N22 6UJ
Website or Map: http://karamelrestaurant.com/…
Phone: 020 8829 8962
Event Tag: carnatic, vocal, classical, music, world music
Posted By: Nancy Kofi-Sikah
Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2014
Indian Classical music is predominantly taught and performed as solo music and therefore harmonies can rarely be featured. Due to its complex rhythmic nature and raga structure, the genre has never used harmonics as a form of music composition. Kobini Ananth & Yarlinie Thanabalasingam, however, have different ideas. Together they explore harmonies as the basis to the music rather than structure and rules. Like people: some fit, some do not.
The two Carnatic vocalists have been learning South Asian classical music since the tender ages of eight, and have since achieved major accomplishments, recognitions, and awards within the sector.
The Zeroclassikal project is a radical approach to south Asian classical music. It is a platform for artists to experiment, explore and stamp their identity with new raags, new interpretations, compositions & improvisations
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