Zorba The Buddha & Swaranjali Delhi


Baithak Series of Indian Classical Music

We are enchanted to welcome you all to this beautiful evening Baithak of Indian Classical Music.

The mesmerizing voice of this internationally acclaimed Indian Classical vocalist, Mrs. Ramneek Singh along with Mr. Zakir Dholpuri on Harmonium and Mr.Susamoy Mishra on Tabla, will take you eternity and beyond…

Ramneek’s unique style of rendering Shabad-Kirtan in the classical style and the presentation of Vilambit Khayal with utmost imagination and slow progression of swar elaboration is an unforgettable experience.

The soulful voice, that spans three octaves allows the Rasiks to melt the delts, to experience bliss in real time…

Facilitator’s Bio: Ramneek Singh

Ramneek Singh, an internationally acclaimed Indian Classical vocalist, originally from New Delhi, India, based between India and Canada, has created her own niche in the music world with her unique Amir Khani Khayal style of performance and teaching.

She has performed all over Canada, USA, Australia, Europe, and India.

Some noteworthy performances in India include Harivallabh Sangeet Sammellan, TansenSamaroh, and Raag Amir Indore Festival.

She has many CD’s to her credit under the labels of Bihaan Music, Mystica Music, namely “Ibaadat”, “Naad” and “Gobind Naam”.

She recently released two new albums, namely “Saanjh” and “Bandishein” which has classical based self-written and composed compositions in various Raags.

Ramneek has also given music for several programs for the Canadian TV.

She is a recipient of many noteworthy awards like the “Women’s Hero Award” for music and others.

Ramneek is an empaneled artist for the “Indian Council for Cultural Relations”.

Ramneek has sung in an Oscar-nominated Deepa Mehta movie, “The Midnight’s Children”.

Date & Time: 20 Feb 2019 (7:00 PM – 8:00 PM)

Contribution: Free Concert

Access fee: 200 INR

Contribution for Dinner: 300 INR

Contact: Priyanka

Phone: +91 9311131096

Email: vibes@zorbathebuddha.org

Please Call between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM IST

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