Rasik baithak showcases upcoming talent in Hindustani gayaki: 7th May 2016

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follow url IMG_9328 IMG_9325 IMG_9329 Not yet 30 years old, Ramakant’s youth belies his tremendous talent and dedication to his art form. This was evident as he vowed the audience with his gayaki. Accompanied by renowned tabla artist Shiv Shankar Ray as well as Paromita Banerjee on the harmonium, Ramakant presented a range of items including vilambit in Raag Yaman, thumriMein bhej piya pachhtayi’ in Raag Mishra Bageshri, and bhajan ‘sadho rachna ran banai’, finishing with the popular bandish ‘ka karun sajnaa aaye na baalam’.

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here Baithaks such as this one are held regularly by Rasik Performing Arts in an attempt to popularize Indian classical music and dance among contemporary audiences that are more attuned to commercial forms of entertainment. Founders Jayashree Acharya and Shiv Shankar Ray have worked hard at nurturing a passionate group of those who enjoy and appreciate the classical arts through regular kathak classes, workshops and baithaks in Gurgaon. The aim is to offer the opportunity for young people to have meaningful and intense artistic engagements while also preserving these important aspects of Indian culture.

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