Tabla Maestro Zakir Hussein He says his feelings for India are indescribable because India holds a very special place in his heart.
“It’s an inexplicable feeling. India is a very special country to me. It’s like a musical symphony that, despite the different constituents of music, can make a unified projection of great creativity.” It’s something,” Hussein said at a press conference held on Saturday.
“I was born there, I grew up there, I studied art there, I was educated there, I’ve lived in America for over 40 years and still have an Indian passport,” he added.
Hussein here for a concert on the eve of India independence 75 yearsIndian music grew to represent the country before the business house became one of the world’s economic powerhouses.
During the 1960s and 70s, the world turned its attention to India, appreciating what India had to offer, including yoga, meditation, music, and cuisine.
“When people talk about India, they talk about the culture and its music. And you can’t leave the country out of that culture,” Hussain said.
The country is loved, respected, revered and revered because of its culture and not just because of its abundant reserves, added the maestro of the table.
He said legendary musicians Ravi Shankar, Bismillah Khan and many of the country’s great artists have traveled around the world to entertain audiences and draw attention to India’s cultural creativity.
“For that, I thank these great maestro for all the effort put in. And it is still being done. The platform was created by the great maestro, so people like me can A concert by the Singapore Institute of Indian Arts (SIFAS), which is supported by the High Commission of India, will be staged on Sunday to mark the closing. cultural connection Between Singapore and India.
Hussein, the world-renowned master of the table, will be joined by Indian maestro Kala Ramnath on violin and Jayanti Kumaresh on Veena.
India’s High Commissioner, Mr P Kumaran, welcomed the maestro to Singapore and said, “India is globally proud of the talent of the artists here today.” “They are an international phenomenon and national treasures of India and this year gives us the opportunity to celebrate the great art and the enormous contributions of our artists,” he added.
Cultural ties between India and Singapore span thousands of years, he said, adding, “It is very impressive to see the continuity of cultural ties between India and Singapore and the passionate support for Indian arts and artists here. I am encouraged by
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