Instrumental | Instrumental Ensemble
- Abhisek Lahiri Hideaki Tsuji
Abhisek Lahiri has risen to prominence as an Indian Classical Sarod Player of India today. An ‘ A- Grade'Sarod artist of All India Radio and National Television, Abhisek has won the hearts of discerning audiences worldwide with his maturity, depth & perfection.
Abhisek was initiated in Sarod at an early age of 5 (five) & trained under the tutelage of his father as well as Guru,eminent Sarod artist Pt. Alok Lahiri, becoming one of his premier disciples. Abhisek's sarod recital has a blending of different styles of gharanas likeShahajanpur, Maihar & Seni Beenkar. Abhisek's playing reflects the subtlety, aestheticism & nostalgic spirituality while combining it with resonant power and intensity to captivate the listener with the beauty & originality of his playing.
Abhisek has been holding center stage in many major classical music festivals in India and touring extensively in USA , Canada, U.K. , Europe , South East Asiagiving concerts, conducting Lecture demonstrations and attending seminars in the Universities and music schools. Abhisek's major international performances includesMusee Guimet (Asian Museum)- Paris, The World Kinder Festival- Holland, World Music Day Festivalin Cannes- France, FIMU Festival - France, India Festival in Strasbourg- France, Indian Night in Stuttgart- Germany, TSS Multicultural Festival in Toronto- Canada, TMG Concerts & Lecture demonstrations in Hamilton- Canada etc.Born in Japan, he began his training in classical guitar at the age of 15 years and continued his musical studies in France; including Paris and Strasbourg Conservatory he successfully completes the class of Pablo Márquez. In parallel, he began studying with Shamisen master Toshinori Kyogoku.
In 2002, he created the group Iônah along with Indian Classical Sarod virtuosos Pt. Alok Lahiri & Abhisek Lahiri, for which he composed a major portion of the compositions.
Currently, he teaches guitar at the conservatory in Strasbourg and performed as a soloist in several contemporary music ensembles at the Louvre museum in Paris, Philharmonie of Luxembourg, Muzikgebouwaan’t IJ in Amsterdam, Carmelo Bernaola festival in Spain... (with Contrechamps, Nieuw Ensemble, Ensemble Linea) and participates in various projects of Traditional Music and performed at the Opera in Lyon, festival Tres Culturas in Spain, quai Branly museum in Paris, Japan Exispo in Paris...etc.
Type : Audio CD
Item(s) : 1
Coupling No. : CD-BMC-269
Released : January-2010
Pkg Type : Hard Bound 2-Folder
Net Wt. : 56 gms