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  • Samarpan – Ustads of Tomorrow to perform, on 16th November at RSI Club, near Rashtrapathi Nilayam

    Published on November 12, 2013

    Hyderabad  :  Hydourite announces its next program for this weekend. Samarpan – Ustads of Tomorrow to perform, on 16th November at 8 pm, at RSI Club, near Rashtrapathi Nilayam in city.

    SamarpanDisclosing this Mr. C.S. Manoj of Hydourite informed that the Samarpan is  a musical offering by youthful artists who have come together and immerge as a band with an intention of showing musical solidarity to the traditionally rich Indian classical music. As the name suggests ,it is an attempt to musically surrender to the great musical ethos & create every moment  musically joyful. It is music of genuine passion and ardor, he informed.

    Samarpan team comprises of Ninad Mulaokar on Flute; Manas kumar on Violin; Vishal Dhumal on Keyboard;  I D Rao on Saxophone;  Ojas Adhiya on Tabla and Gautam Sharma Percussonist.

    Ninad is a gifted artist, has extravagant talent. ‘A’ grade artist from All India Radio presently he is learning from Anand Kashikar and Vijay Sardeshmukh from Mumbai. Ninad has two solo albums to his credit. He has performed with Ust. Rashid Khan saheb, Hariharan, Pankaj Udhas, Bhupendra Mitali Singh, Talat Aziz and many others.

    Manas kumar has done M.Music from Lucknow, presently learning from Pt.Bidyut Misra. He has two solo albums to his credit. He has also performed with Pankaj Udhas, Bhupedra Mitali Singh, Talat Aziz and many others.

    Vishal played keyboard with all the top notchers with classical fusion Masters and world renowned percussionists such as Trilok Gurtu ji, Sivamani ji, Taufiq Qureshi, Fazal Qureshi, Selva Ganesh, Ustad Rashid Khan Saheb, Late Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali, Hariharan, Anup Jalota, Bhupendra Mitali Singh and many others.

    I D Rao is a versatile Saxophone player. At a very young age he has developed himself in playing Saxophone and has very good command in his instrument as he can play Carnatic style, Hindustani Style and Western style very well. Gautam is a disciple of a legendry percussion maestro Ust. Taufiq Quereshi. He has been assisting him and playing with his band MUMBAI STAMP at various festivals and events across India. He has also performed with Ranjit Barot , and many others.

    Ojas Adhiya is a child prodigy was a performing artist in Kalyanji Anandji’s  “Little Wonders” and has performed almost 500 stage shows globally. He has a rare distinction of being the youngest Tabla player of India and holds a Limca Book of Record. Ojas is fortunate enough to accompany all the stalwarts in the field of classical and ghazal music viz: Santoor Meastro Pt. Shivkumar Sharma ji, Flute Maestro Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, Ust. Rais Khan saheb, Pt. Satish Vyas, Ust. Shujaat Khan, Begum Parween Sultana ji, Ust. Rashid Khan saheb, Vikku Vinayakaram, Sivamani, George Brooks, Ghazal singer Ust. Hussain Baksh from Pakistan, Ghulam Ali, Hariharan , Anup Jalota, Talat Aziz and many others.

    Starting August 15 till date every weekend a unique event was organized as part of Hydourite which is dubbed as the only of its kind of a festival associated with the city. And is drawn parallel to that of how Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is synonymous to Mumbai; ‘Bengaluru Habba’ – the spirit of bringing Bengaluru together through the arts to Bengaluru; Sunburn, an electronic dance music festival to Goa; Rajasthan International Folk Festival (RIFF) to Jodhpur; and Konark Dance and Music Fest to Konarkm Hydourite is synonymous to Hyderabad.  All these cultural events were non-ticketed is the highlight.

    This is the penultimate event of 100Days Festival of Spirit of Hyderabad. The Festival will come to an end with a gala closing event on November 23rd in the city with a performance of great percussionists of our times, Shivamani.