This week’s World Music at Madhu’s Café pays tribute to the life and music of the legendary Ravi Shankar, who died last week. We will explore classical Indian music in both the Hindustani (north India) and Carnatic (south India) styles,
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Ravi Shankar and Classical Indian Traditions, Monday 6–8:30 PM SLT (US Pacific Time)

in Radio Riel Main, Weekly Programme

by rieladmin on Monday, 17 December, 2012

Ravi Shankar and Classical Indian Traditions, Monday 6–8:30 PM SLT (US Pacific Time)

This week’s World Music at Madhu’s Café pays tribute to the life and music of the legendary Ravi Shankar, who died last week.

We will explore classical Indian music in both the Hindustani (north India) and Carnatic (south India) styles, as well as a little bit of fusion — jazz and electronic music incorporating elements from classical Indian traditions.  And of course, we’ll hear some of the contributions of Ravi Shankar himself.

So get ready for a meditative and interesting ride, as we explore the complex, fascinating, and improvisational musical styles of Ravi Shankar and classical Indian music.  You can join Carter in Second Life at Madhu’s Café Indien, or listen in on Radio Riel Main, wherever you are.  Hope you will join us!

This evening’s program is presented by Carter Denja. To listen, click here to start your player. If you are in the United States, please use the following link: http://loudcity.com/stations/radio-riel/tune_in

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