Die lange Nacht der Musik 2016

Sa. 30. April

Sahaja Yoga Center München

Lilienberg 2a (Am Gasteig)

Unser Programm:

20:00 – 22:00 Abhay Sopori (Santoor) & Sachin Sharma (Tabla)

Jüngster Maestro des Kashmir-Hackbretts, spielt, singt, dirigiert

schlägt Brücken der Harmonie in Sufi-Tradition

22:30 – 00:30 Olga Petruhina & Caroline Dassel

2 spirituelle Tanz-Stile aus Nord & Süd, Kathak & Bharata Natyam

2 Tänzerinnen seit Jahrzehnten, voll Ausdruck, Rythmik & Tiefe

01:00 – 03:00 Music of Joy (Devotional Bhajans)

Die Künstler des Abends

Abhay Rustum Sopori – Santur Maestro, Composer & Conductor

Versatile is one word that describes Abhay Rustum Sopori, for he is the youngest Santoor maestro, youngest classical musician to compose and conduct orchestras and folk & Sufi ensembles, and has also been the youngest recipient of all the awards that he has received including the prestigious Sangeet Natak Akademi‟s first „Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar‟, 2006 and „J&K State Award‟ (the highest Civilian Award of the State of Jammu & Kashmir, 2011) in recognition of his outstanding contribution and achievements in the field of music. Sein Profil

Sachin Sharma - Tabla

Sachin Sharma is a brilliant young Tabla player of India. Hailing from Jhansi (Madhya Pradesh), he had his training in Tabla from Sh. Krishan Kant Jha. He has done his Masters in Music from Prayag Sangeet Samiti (Allahabad) besides having a Bachelors Degree in Arts and Music. He has been honoured with the “Tabla Shree Award” for his exceptional talent. His style is characterized by liveliness, excellent control over Laya (rhythm) and keen sense of balance and modulation of sounds on the Tabla. He has performed in various prestigious music festivals of India. Besides his performances both as a Soloist and an accompanist, Sachin is also teaching the art of playing Tabla to a number of students in a music school in Delhi. Sachin talent was recognized by the Great Music Legend Pandit Bhajan Sopori who patronized Sachin in reached new heights. He has been accompanying Pandit Bhajan Sopori and Music Maestro Abhay Rustum Sopori for over 5 years now. More

Olga Petruhina - Bharata Natyam Dance-Style

Bharata Natyam is a form of Indian Classical dance that originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu, India. It is known for its grace, elegance, purity, tenderness, expression and sculpturesque poses. Lord Shiva in His Nataraja Form is considered the God of this dance. After being graduated in Business Administration in Tallinn, in 2008 she went to India and was studying dance in Chennai, in Kalakshetra College of fine arts. Later continued studying in Lucknow, Bhatkhande Music University, Lucknow. From 2009 she was studying privately from renowned dancer and guru – Gyanendra Dutt Bajpai. Gyanendra Dutt Bajpai is Bharatanatyam exponent, and a lecturer in the field of Bharatanatyam in Bhatkhande Deemed Institute, Lucknow. He is disciple of Pad/music#carolin_dassel_cv2016.pdfmashri Guru Saroja Vaidyanathan (director of Ganesha Natyalaya Dance school,Delhi). Olga has given her debut solo performance Arangetram at 27th of November of 2010. More

Caroline Dassel - Kathak Dance-Style

Carolin Dassel saw a dance performance of Kathak Dance in Italy and immediately knew, that she wanted to learn this dance form. Only two months later in October 1995 she started to learn Kathak Dance from Amrit Stein, a former disciple of Guru Rohini Bhate in Munich. One year later she was also accepted at Munich Film Academy to study film directing. Within her course of film studies she felt the urge to make a film about Guru Rohini Bhate and to study dance under her guidance.Therefore in 1999 she travelled to Pune to shoot a documentary film on Late Guru Rohini Bhate and to commence to learn from her. Whilst the film with the title KAL AUR AVAKASH (Time and Space) was completed in 2002 and broadcasted on national Television (BR), Carolin Dassel continuously received exclusive training from Guru Rohini Bhate till her demise in 2008. In 2008 Rohini Bhate introduced Mrs. Dassel to Guru Rajendra Gangani, who started teaching Carolin Dassel and her students in his style of Jaipur Gharana in regular workshops in Germany till date, whilst Carolin Dassel further keeps the tradition of Rohini Bhates style by studying with senior disciple Smt Neelima Adhye in Pune. More

Performance links

Abhay Rustum Sopori

Olga Petruhina

Caroline Dassel

Abhay Sopori Europe & Russia Tour 2016

You are cordially invited to the Santoor rehearsal of one of the best classical musicians of India! During the months of April, May and June of 2016, Maestro Sopori will visit 13 countries: Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Spain, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Austria, Sweden. Details