Madhup Mudgal & Ragini Trio avec Lander Gyselinck, Nathan Daems, Marco Bardoscia vocal, drums, saxophone, contrabass
17.01.2014 - 20:15
Cultureel Centrum de Meent
Info / tickets
T 02 359 16 00
Mo > Fr 8:30 > 17:00, Th > 20:00, Sa 10:00 > 12:00
15€ > 10€
Organisation: ICCR, JazzLab Series, CC de Meent, Europalia International
18.01.2014 - 20:00
Cultuurcentrum De Werf
T 053 73 28 11
T 053 73 28 12
Mo > Fr 10:00 > 18:45, Sa 9:00 > 13:45
10€ > 9€
Organisation: ICCR, JazzLab Series, cc De Werf, Europalia International
Belgium Meets India
Still within the theme of encounter, this europalia.india concert will unite a grand master of Indian vocals with three accomplished jazz musicians.
Madhup Mudgal is one of the greatest Indian classical singers of his generation. He is the director of the famous Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, the oldest music school in Delhi, founded by his father and guru, Vinay Chandra Maudgalya. His family’s musical heritage spans more than five decades, and Madhup Mudgal had the privilege to study under several great gurus of Hindustani music, namely Shri Vasant Thakar, Pandit Jasraj and Kumar Gandharva.
he members of the Ragini Trio – Nathan Daems (saxophone), Lander Gyselinck (drums) and Marco Bardoscia (contrabass) – play in several jazz and world music groups. The word ragini comes from Sanskrit. As the feminine form of the word raga, it literally means colour or tone, and figuratively, beauty or melody. By extension, raga or ragini refer to the forms that enable the construction of melodies in Indian classical music. Although Madhup Mudgal is more accustomed to playing with the Indian classical music trio of tabla, tampoura and sitar, on the occasion of europalia.india, he will be accompanied by their Western counterparts: drums, contrabass and saxophone.
Organisation: ICCR, CC de Meent, CC De Werf, JazzLab Series, Europalia International