Hindustani Classical – Vocal and Violin

Sat 23 February 2019
7:30pm - 10:30pm
Kew Court House

188 High Street
Kew VIC 3101

Cost
$20
02/23/2019 7:30pm 02/23/2019 10:30pm Hindustani Classical – Vocal and Violin Join us for an evening showcasing two of the most talented and experienced artists in Melbourne--vocals with Ustad Aminul Haque followed by instrumental (Sarod) with Adrian McNeil.  Ustad Aminul Haque Ustad Aminul Haque is a reputed music teacher, performer and musician. His qualifications include a Bachelor and Masters Degree in Music from the Maharaja Syajirao University of Baroda, an associate of Music (Tabla) Diploma from the University of Bombay, and a Diploma in Music Teaching. He has studied different styles of Indian classic music from Shri Laxmikant Bapat (a disciple of  Pt Bhimsen Joshi of Kirana Style), Shri Dwarkanath Bhonsle, Prof. Basant Rao Ranade, Padmabhushan Smt. Kishori Amonkar, Ustad Phool Mohammad and other Gurus of Bhindi Bazar style of Ustad Aman Ali Khan.   Adrian McNeil ​Adrian is an ethnomusicologist specialising in Hindustani music as  a scholar and as a performer on the sarod. Alongside this he has wide ranging interests and journal publications in improvisation, the political economy of music, cultural history, aesthetics and the globalisation of music. His research on the political and cultural history of Hindustani music, and his book on the sarod tradition is well known in the field.  He is now as a senior lecturer in ethnomusicology at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, and is committed to building a vibrant and engaging program of ethnomusicology. He is also the coordinator of the music post graduate research program. , VIC City of Boroondara [email protected] Australia/Melbourne public
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Join us for an evening showcasing two of the most talented and experienced artists in Melbourne--vocals with Ustad Aminul Haque followed by instrumental (Sarod) with Adrian McNeil

Ustad Aminul Haque
Ustad Aminul Haque is a reputed music teacher, performer and musician. His qualifications include a Bachelor and Masters Degree in Music from the Maharaja Syajirao University of Baroda, an associate of Music (Tabla) Diploma from the University of Bombay, and a Diploma in Music Teaching.


He has studied different styles of Indian classic music from Shri Laxmikant Bapat (a disciple of  Pt Bhimsen Joshi of Kirana Style), Shri Dwarkanath Bhonsle, Prof. Basant Rao Ranade, Padmabhushan Smt. Kishori Amonkar, Ustad Phool Mohammad and other Gurus of Bhindi Bazar style of Ustad Aman Ali Khan.
 

Adrian McNeil

​Adrian is an ethnomusicologist specialising in Hindustani music as  a scholar and as a performer on the sarod. Alongside this he has wide ranging interests and journal publications in improvisation, the political economy of music, cultural history, aesthetics and the globalisation of music. His research on the political and cultural history of Hindustani music, and his book on the sarod tradition is well known in the field. 

He is now as a senior lecturer in ethnomusicology at the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music, and is committed to building a vibrant and engaging program of ethnomusicology. He is also the coordinator of the music post graduate research program.

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Kew Court House
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Music
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