Bombay In Morning Light
Hear soulful Hindustani singing and sarangi violin reminiscent of old Bombay, when the music rooms were filled with exhilarating Hindustani sounds until the first blaze of morning light.
|Fri, Dec 27||9:30AM||Folklorica|
The Worldly Violin: India. Romania
In this concert the mood is upbeat, and at times, hypnotic. From the fulsome sounds of the 38 stringed Indian sarangi violin to the fancy, dance-y, wild gypsy violins playing music from Romania to Russia.
|Sat, Dec 28||10:00AM||Folklorica|
Melodic Beauty of Indian Ragas
Outstanding melodious vocalist, Sunita Tikare and 8th generation sarangi player, Sangeet Mishra, continue on the pathways defined by the old masters of the rich Hindustani Indian classical music tradition through the moods and emotions within the raag.
|Sun, Dec 29||3:45PM||Folklorica|
Indian Music Under the Stars
Enjoy a glorious evening under the stars listening to intricate and graceful classical Indian Hindustani singing accompanied fearlessly on the sarangi and tabla.
|Mon, Dec 30||7:00PM||Folklorica Outdoor Stage|
Indian Sunset Concert
Enjoy the last sunset of 2019 with music following the Indian tradition of enhancing the evening hours with ragas for spreading the serenity of the late afternoon into twilight. Featuring classical singer Sunita Tikare with sarangi master Sangeet Mishra.
|Tue, Dec 31||5:30PM||Hilltop|
Sarangi: Colours of the Soul
|Tue, Dec 31||9:45PM||Folklorica|
Hilltop Sunrise Ceremony
Experience the first sunrise of 2020 at the spectacular Hilltop venue, accompanied by chanting from the Monks of Tibet, along with Tenzin Choegyal and guest musicians. This is the 20th anniversary of this ceremony.
|Wed, Jan 01||4:15AM||Hilltop|
Raags: Serene to the Ecstatic
The raga is considered the mystical expressive force at the heart of Indian classical music. When played in this early evening time, it builds and spreads its final ecstatic flourish into this, the last night of the festival.
|Wed, Jan 01||6:00PM||Folklorica Outdoor Stage|