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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