Bio

Sachdev began playing the Bansuri when he was 14, and has created a rare form of instant communication with audiences through his music. Unlike many musicians, he has shied away from fusion, finding great pleasure and a sense of immense satisfaction with the rigors of infinite exploration within traditional pure classical Indian music.

Beyond his worldwide live performances, Sachdev’s music is thoroughly enjoyed in yoga studios, meditation ashrams, massage rooms, spiritual centers and homes everywhere imaginable. His music is considered an antidote to stress, fatigue and cynicism. Sachdev’s frequent world tours and recordings have won him many laurels and made him an internationally renowned legend respected by musicians and audiences in all realms of world music today.

“We are fortunate to have such a fine musician as GS Sachdev in our presence”
– George Harrison

“I admire his ability to touch the spirit of the raga he performs and also to move the listeners emotionally with his pure and classical approach”
– Ravi Shankar

“… haunting performance … the sound of his flute rings with an indescribable purity”
– New York Times

“Sachdev’s playing is the most sensitive I have ever heard. The metal flute is just not capable of the subtleties and nuances produced by the Bamboo flute. It is truly transcendental music”
– Paul Horn

“Sachdev’s natural simplicity and crystal clarity transcends all boundaries of technique and form. He caresses your mind with the sweet voice of his flute, leading you into worlds of ultimate pleasure, beauty and peace”
– Alternatives Magazine

Awarded Shiromani Sangeetkar Of 2008
By Government Of Punjab , India

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