G.S. Sachdev Concert in SF. September 30th

Sept. 30, 2017 – Sivananda SF Fundraiser

G. S. Sachdev Concert in SF

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Intimate Performance with Bansuri Master G.S. Sachdev,
joined by Nikhil Pandya on Tabla.

Proceeds will go toward replacing the roof of the Krishna Temple and building the new healing Dhanwanthari Temple at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm, Grass Valley, CA


TICKETS

– Online Via PayPal: sivanandasf.org/course/6564
– By phone: 415-681-2731
– In person at the Center 

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center
1185 Vicente Street
San Francisco, CA 94116

DOORS 7PM
CONCERT 7:30-9PM

* Limited Seating in an intimate setting with only 100 person capacity.
* It is highly recommended to purchase tickets in advance.

 

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Upcoming Concert: Asian Art Museum, San Francisco

Diwali celebration with Maestros G S Sachdev and Swapan Chaudhuri

Sunday October 13, 2013 at Asian Art Museum
Afternoon concert at 2pm
Sam Sung Hall
200 Larkin St San Francisco, Ca 94102
Presented by SACHI Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India
Tickets for priority seating include museum admission
$45 SACHI and/or AAM members; $50 non-members
$35 SACHI and/or AAM members; $40 non-members
For priority tickets email info@sachi.org or call 650-349-1247

For general tickets, $15 AAM members, $20 plus museum admission,
non-AAM members, purchase online, http://www.asianart.org/

Other Minds Festival 18

Sachdev will be joining the Other Minds Festival this year, performing the 2nd half of the concert on Feb. 28th at the Jewish Community Center in SF.

 

Click on the logo above to visit the Other Minds website for information.

The program is as follows:

Thursday, February 28, 2013
7 PM Panel Discussion / 8 PM Concert

The opening night of Other Minds 18 features traditional music from the outer edges of Scandinavia to the heart of North India. The genre-busting folk music trio Gáman will perform the U.S. premiere of Accvire by Sunleif Rasmussen, Other Minds’ first ever invited composer from the Faroe Islands, alongside traditional music from this untouched region. Gáman’s set includes the world premiere of Danish composer Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen’s Together or Not, commissioned by Other Minds for this concert. The music then turns to India and features the ultra-long bansuri, a tender low register sounding instrument, in the hands of the great Hindustani classical music master G.S. Sachdev. He will be joined on stage by the tabla virtuoso Swapan Chaudhuri in a performance of two ragas.

Gáman (Denmark)

Bolette Roed, Recorder
Andreas Borregaard, Accordion
Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen, Violin

Brestiskvædi, Traditional from the Faroe Islands
Accvire (2008, U.S. Premiere) by Sunlief Rasmussen
Ormurin Langi, Traditional from the Faroe Islands
Regin Smidur, Traditional from the Faroe Islands
Two Polonesses, Traditional from Denmark
Together or Not (2013, World Premiere) by Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen
Two drum songs, Traditional from Greenland
Stenselepolskan, Traditional from Sweden

—INTERMISSION—

G.S. Sachdev (India/USA)
Raga Shyam Kalyan
Raga Bahar
G.S. Sachdev, Bansuri
Swapan Chaudhuri, Tabla