WESTON, MA–Music maestro Pandit Madhup Mudgal, principal of Gandharva Mahavidyalaya in New Delhi, and his team of 32 classical musicians will bring rare and new musical forms to Boston this Saturday. In an exclusive video interview, Mudgal talks about his music and the program that also kicks off his team’s US tour.
Gandharva Choir will perform on Saturday, June 24, at Regis College in Weston, MA. Thereafter, they go on to perform in Houston and including at Kennedy Center in Washington DC.
Gāndharva Choir consists of trained classical musicians who know how to keep audiences glued for hours by unleashing an endless stream of thrilling melodic songs and compositions, in a unique style of music that is captivating for kids and the entire family.
In the exclusive video interview, Mudgal talks about Indian classical music, choir, folk songs and his team’s presentation at Regis College concert. To view the interview, please click here.
The Gāndharva Choir is led by Mudgal who is a disciple of the genius Pt. Kumar Gandharva. Madhup ji received the civilian honor Padma Shri in 2006, and is known for his imaginative compositions for several classical dance groups, and his singing has a deep emotional calling.
Learnquest Academy of Music and Meru Education Foundation are hosting the Gāndharva Choir in the Boston area.
Tickets: General $10 and Patron $100
To Reserve Seats or for more information:
Phone: +1 (508) 68-RAAGA.