Melodic Journey into a Realm
At Kuch Saaz K'ch Alfaaz it was the blend of Hindustani inspired lyrics and the fusion of soothing violin notes, that raised the sound of harmony in the air . How would you like to be a part of this moment? And to top it up a notch and make it even more magical, it’s in a chocolaterie!
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With 10 pieces to perform, each piece felt profound when it entwined with the sound of the violin elevating the energy, yet journeying your mind to a deeper and quite space. At a certain moment, it felt like time-travel through a portal into the Fibonacci spiral. Joining the duet was Sahana, a real-time sketch artist, creating sketches from her imagination based on the poems recited. “You will always remember the dreams that never ended,” says Sahana, after being inspired by the first piece.
Shravan Ramesh is a self-taught violinist pursuing natural sciences in St. Joseph’s College of Arts and Science. “I have been learning the violin for almost 2 years. And the brilliant poetry and the music that I play gels well with the emotions that it portrays,” says Shravan. “I’d like to perform more definitely and want to be able to converge different forms of art with my music,” he added.Anshul Nagori is an employee at Hewlett Packard. After his first encounter in 2007 with one of India’s finest notable poet, Gulzar Sahab, initiated his quest into the world of poetry. Since then, he has been writing Hindustani poems and songs bidding farewell. He is also an avid enthusiast of music and film-making. “Shravan and I got to know each other through Lahe Lahe, an open expressional space situated in Indira Nagar. After learning that he has been playing the violin for quite some time, we decided to collaborate and put forth our ideas and dreams,” says Anshul.
Archana is a friend of Shravan’s pursuing her degree in the same college. “The music kept me engaged instilling different emotions with each lyric and tune,” says Archana. “The third piece was my personal favourite as it spoke about the duality of night and day and how it exists in every element of nature. The tinge of authenticity in the music made me enjoy his violin compositions,” she added.
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