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Stellar Gandharva Veda concert series continues in MERU, Holland: Final live webcast 17 July
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16 July 2011
The final event in a special series of three Maharishi Gandharva Veda concerts will be performed by maestros of Indian classical music in MERU, Holland on the evening of 17 July 2011.
The concert, which begins at 8:00pm Central Europe Time (CET)—1:00pm US Central Time—will also be webcast live globally.*
The three concerts have been presenting 'a spectacular display of melodies, rhythms, and beats' of instrumental Indian classical music, performed by renowned artists from India':
Nandkishor Muley, Santoor
Utsav Lal, Piano
Ranajit Sengupta, Sarod
Shirin Sengupta, Vocal
Pankaj Mishra, Sarangi
Sandip Battacharya, Tabla
Surajit Das, Sitar
Sugato Bhaduri, Mandolin
The series of concerts is being held as part of the annual celebration of Guru Purnima in MERU and around the world. The concert announcement invites everyone to 'experience unforgettable bliss and harmony, and share the music for world peace with musicians performing live on a floating stage between fountains, in front of the Maharishi Peace Palace in MERU.'
For those who will not be able to watch the live concert performance, it will be archived (along with the two previous concerts on 15 and 16 July) to allow viewing in one's own time.
* Register here to view the concert live online or in the archive.
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