Veena Chandrais & Devesh Chandra – UpLift Commission Series

The TSBMH and WEXT present the UpLift Commissioned Series. This series, curated by Sophia Subbayya Vastek and Sam Torres, of Organ Colossal, features musicians commissioned by the Hall to create one new song that reflects their emotions and experiences during the last year. Each song was performed and filmed on the Music Hall stage. The resulting videos will be premiered on YouTube and Facebook, and will be followed by an online discussion with the artist. The audience will be able to ask questions of the artists and interact with one another.

This event is free and open to the public, no ticket required! Links to the online event will be released closer to the performance.

Sitarist Veena Chandrais an internationally renowned musician, composer, and choreographer. Known for her skill and sensitivity as a performer, Chandra has been praised for her ability to communicate the beauty and complexity of North Indian classical music to the western listener. She is the founder and director of the Dance and Music School of India in Latham, NY where she teaches Indian classical music. She has been a faculty member at Skidmore College since 1990, teaching sitar in the Music Department. She is also the Artist Associate in Sitar at Williams College.

Devesh Chandra has been learning the Tabla since the age of 3. He has learned Northern Indian Classical Music by accompanying his mother, Veena Chandra. Devesh is a sought after tabla player and educator. In addition to tabla solos and playing with Indian Classical Music, he has collaborated and worked with musicians across a broad range of musical genres from Western Folk and Western Classical to Flamenco and Jazz as well as Latin Music and Japanese Taiko.

The series continues with:
Taína Asili & Gaetano Vaccaro
Friday, May 21, 7 PM

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The event is finished.

Date

May 07 2021
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Time

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location

online
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