We presented two concerts with esteemed Carnatic musicians Shreya Devnath & Praveen Sparsh in March 2020 at the Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury and the Glass Studio, St George’s Bristol.
The artists presented their project AAVAM, a musical journey through Indian classical and folk cultures.
THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS OF GLASTONBURY
The first concert took place at the Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury. The audience reaction was superb:
“This was deeply moving, inspiring an nourishing for the soul. I’m very grateful to have experienced this.”
“Special music and great venue”.
Watch the encore below:
— Asian Arts Agency (@AsianArtsAgency) March 14, 2020
THE GLASS STUDIO, ST GEORGE’S BRISTOL
The concert in the new Glass Studio at St George’s Bristol was part of a new series curated by Asian Arts Agency, inviting the audience to explore and learn more about Indian music in an intimate setting.
The inspiring performance was followed by an inquisitive questions and answers session with the musicians. The session encouraged the audience to get to know Carnatic music and the instruments, particularly the traditional mrdangam.
Watch an overview of the two concerts below:
Short snippet of our two wonderful concerts over the weekend with outstanding #Carnatic musicians Shreya Devnath & Praveen Sparsh, who presented their beautiful creation AAVAM (we two) 🎶🎻@stgeorgesbris #Glastonbury #IndianClassical pic.twitter.com/q1Ic1Vp1d1
— Asian Arts Agency (@AsianArtsAgency) March 15, 2020