Marianne Svašek – Dhrupad singing workshop

  • Workshop
18. March 2023, 13:00
18. March 2023, 13:00
Workshop fee: 40€
ACUD CLUB RAUM
Veteranenstrasse 21
10119 Berlin

Marianne Svašek, born in the Netherlands, studied Indian classical singing at the Rotterdam Conservatory with Ustad Zia Mohiuddin Dagar and Uday Bhawalkar.

Since 1994 she was taught in India by Ustad Zia Fariduddin Dagar. After his demise in 2013 she is continuing her study of Dhrupad with Pt.Nirmalya Dey.

She has been awarded with a gold medal at the Dhrupad Mela in Varanasi in 2014.

She graduated cum laude in both disciplines at the Rotterdam Conservatory where she is presently teaching. Marianne gives workshops and concerts in Europe, the US, India and Pakistan.

Nathanaël van Zuilen, pakhawaj,
Dutch pakhawaj player Nathanaël van Zuilen started his Indian drumming career with Manik Munde. Later he developed his technique with Austrian pakhawaj player Helmut Waibl and Pandit Sanjay Agle in Mumbai. But the accompaniment sessions with vocalists Ustad Fariduddin Dagar and Pandit Nirmalya Dey were perhaps most revealing in discovering the secrets of balancing tala and raga in the art of dhrupad.

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