In this grand celebration of Indian classical music, Padmashri Gundecha Brothers - Pandits Umakant (vocal), Ramakant (vocal) and Akhilesh Gundecha (pakhawaj) will present a full length Dhrupad music vocal performance. Dhrupad is the oldest and most serene form of Indian classical.|
Dhrupad concerts explore ragas in depth, providing elaborate alaps (improvisations) in four different speeds, followed by compositions rendered to the rhythm of the accompanying pakhawaj, and further improvisations in rhythm. Gundecha Brothers perform Dhrupad concerts in the jugalbandi style - singing together, and going back and forth. This provides additional beauty and interest as their voices and ideas merge and separate.
Gundecha Brothers are world renowned teachers and masters of Dhrupad. For detailed biographies of the Gundecha Brothers, and more information about Dhrupad, please visit dhrupad.org.
Day of show - in person: (based on availability)
Students, with ID: $20
Seniors, 62+: $20
This concert is not part of the Passport to the Arts Program.
The Playhouse at Seattle Center
201 Mercer St.
Seattle, WA 98109
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|