Musica Medicina – A Tribal Meditative Concert (Folk Traditions Presented in Contemporary Form)
The concert is a Tribal meditative experience bringing together folk traditions from around the world and presenting them in a contemporary form. The music is created in and for the moment with organic, raw and harmonious sounds.
Stringed instruments from the Middle East and China and percussions from Indonesia with our voices inspired by tribal and intuitive cultures; Mongolian throat songs, diaphonic songs, Inuit songs, Indonesian tribal sounds. Amazonian lullabies
Facilitator Bio: Vishesh Kalimero & Rahul Jigyasu
Vishesh Kalimero has been travelling around the globe for the last 7 years in India, Nepal, the Middle East, Europe, and Latin America sharing healing sounds. He plays the long Turkish bowed lute, Yaylitambur, Persian setar, the oldest Indian string instrument, RudraVeena, the Afghani Rabab and does throat singing of different styles.
Rahul Jigyasu has studied tabla as his principal instrument. Currently living in Indonesia, exploring, creating and building instruments. He has the heart of a contemporary musician with roots based on ancient spiritual traditions. He plays the Tabla, Udu, Kacapi from Indonesia and Didgeridoo and sings Indian classical.
Date and Timings: 7 Dec (8:30 PM – 10:00 PM)
Contribution: Free event
Access fee to ZTB: 200 INR
A Hat will be offered to raise funds for the artists
Phone: +91 9250361909
Please Call between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM IST