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Live Online from Holland: Special concert of Indian classical music and dance - 8 January 2012
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11 December 2011
Indian Classical Music and Dance
8 January 2012 at 8:00pm Holland Time
(Central Europe Time)
Live from the TheaterHotel de Orangerie
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Everyone is invited to explore and enjoy the inner spiritual depths of Indian classical music and dance, featuring the finest gems from the Netherlands and India:
Lenneke van Staalen: Lenneke is a virtuoso in Indian classical music on violin. She is renowned for her lyrical music in masterful performances that warm every heart in the audience.
She will be accompanied on tabla by Heiko Dijker. His playing is marked by the depth of his knowledge and mastery over rhythmic poetry of percussions.
Also accompanying will be Lenneke's father, Marien van Staalen, on cello, bringing the beauty of the western classical music in harmony with the warm sounds of Indian classical music. He is the principal cellist of the Rotterdam Philharmoic Orchestra and a renowned Dutch conductor.
This show will also feature Anurekha Ghosh, a BBC award-winning Indian classical dancer, choreographer and educator known for enthralling audiences all over the world with her spectacular Kathak dance performances, full of grace and exceptional skills. She will also be accompanied by other Kathak dancers.
Experience the music that fills listeners with inner peace, harmony and bliss—music and dance that promises to truly unite one with the eternal harmony in nature.
Those who cannot attend in person are invited to enjoy this unique concert live online. Those who sign up will also be registered to view the archives of the concert.
Enjoy a sample of Lenneke's music here.
See the entire programme here.
Click here to register and watch the concert online
Global Good News will feature more about the musicians in this special upcoming concert in the coming days.
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