Hindustani Classical – Instrumental

Sat 17 August 2019
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Kew Court House

188 High Street
Kew VIC 3101

Cost
$25
08/17/2019 7:30pm 08/17/2019 10:30pm Hindustani Classical – Instrumental This evening of Hindustani Classical music will feature sitarist Josh Feinberg accompanied by Jay Dabgar on Tabla. Josh Feinberg Raised in a musical family, Josh Feinberg was introduced to music at the age of 4. At around 12, he decided to be a professional musician and would practice up to 12 hours a day. Josh holds a Bachelor's Degree from the New England Conservatory of Music and a Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College. Feinberg received his initial sitar training from Vijaya Sundaram, Dr. Peter Row, Dr. George Ruckert and Sri Warren Senders (New England Conservatory of Music). In 2005, he initiated his training with Ust. Ali Akbar Khan. Feinberg also received training from Ali Akbar Khan-sahib’s senior disciples and sons, Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri and learned tabla with Pt. Anindo Chatterjee. He regularly tours in the US, Canada, India and Europe on performances and lectures/demonstrations. In addition to his work in classical Indian music, Josh has explored the possibilities of the sitar through collaborations outside of traditional Hindustani music. Jay Dabgar Jay Dabgar comes from a family of tabla makers in India and brings with him the legacy of the Benaras Gharaana.   He received his training for more than 25 years from renowned gurus Pandit Nandan Mehta and Pt. Pooran Maharaj - both disciples of Pt. Kishan Maharaj. He has won several accolades and performed extensively with renowned musicians in India and abroad. Dabgar has made remarkable contributions to the Australian music arena since moving here in 2006. He runs the School of Indian Percussion Music, as well as retailing and repairing Indian instruments. , City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public
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This evening of Hindustani Classical music will feature sitarist Josh Feinberg accompanied by Jay Dabgar on Tabla.

Josh Feinberg

Raised in a musical family, Josh Feinberg was introduced to music at the age of 4. At around 12, he decided to be a professional musician and would practice up to 12 hours a day. Josh holds a Bachelor's Degree from the New England Conservatory of Music and a Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College.

Feinberg received his initial sitar training from Vijaya Sundaram, Dr. Peter Row, Dr. George Ruckert and Sri Warren Senders (New England Conservatory of Music). In 2005, he initiated his training with Ust. Ali Akbar Khan. Feinberg also received training from Ali Akbar Khan-sahib’s senior disciples and sons, Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri and learned tabla with Pt. Anindo Chatterjee.

He regularly tours in the US, Canada, India and Europe on performances and lectures/demonstrations. In addition to his work in classical Indian music, Josh has explored the possibilities of the sitar through collaborations outside of traditional Hindustani music.

Jay Dabgar

Jay Dabgar comes from a family of tabla makers in India and brings with him the legacy of the Benaras Gharaana.  

He received his training for more than 25 years from renowned gurus Pandit Nandan Mehta and Pt. Pooran Maharaj - both disciples of Pt. Kishan Maharaj. He has won several accolades and performed extensively with renowned musicians in India and abroad.

Dabgar has made remarkable contributions to the Australian music arena since moving here in 2006. He runs the School of Indian Percussion Music, as well as retailing and repairing Indian instruments.

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Kew Court House
Category
Music