Wednesday, 27 August 2014

An evening of North Indian Classical music
It gives me great pleasure to invite you to an evening of North Indian Classical music featuring Vinod Prassana on Bansuri (Bamboo Flute) and Bobby Singh on Tabla. Vinod belongs to a great family lineage of Bansuri players from the holy city of Benares in India. He currently resides in Melbourne and tours all over the world performing and teaching the intricacies of Indian music. This is a great opportunity to enjoy this beautiful music in a intimate setting similar to the traditional Baithak (Musical soirée) in India.

We will be presenting this concert at a wonderful new space in Crows Nest called Tian He Tea House, As seating is limited to only 35 people please reply to this email if you want to make a booking with how many tickets you require. Please note turning up on the day does not guarantee a space so please book in advance. We look forward to your presence.

Namaste

WHEN Sunday 21st of September
WHERE Tian He Healing Arts 58a Willoughby Rd,Crows Nest
TIME Doors open at 6pm concert starts at 630pm till 830pm
TICKETS $25/30 by booking only.Concert and special Chinese tea prepared by Tian He Tea House

Wednesday, 20 August 2014


Cost : $25 

The Indian Musical Concepts will be explained in terms of Western Musical Terminology and how they may be applied in today's musical landscape In this workshop the subjects covered will include:

- Indian Singing 
- Bansuri Flute
- Tabla
- Harmonium
- How these instruments relate to each other

This workshop is led by Vinod Prasanna (bansuri flute and singing) and Afroz Koya (singing, tabla and harmonium). Between them they share a depth of practical and theoretical knowledge with over 55 years combined experience performing both nationally and internationally and have been teaching music for over 30 years.

Introductory ideas and concepts presented will Include:

- The inter-relationship between the Indian Sargam and Western Musical Scales
- Indian Raga System
- Subtle differences between Western and Indian musical ornamentation
- Indian Tala (rhythm) System

For further information or to register your place please email info@kindredstudios.com.au
212a Whitehall Street, Yarraville, Victoria, Australia 3013




Monday, 28 July 2014


5 WEEK TOUR IN WA /

Amanaska will be touring in Western Australia with Musica Viva in Schools in August, with 65 shows in 32 days! Looking forward to seeing the south west and being back in Perth again.