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Nadaka & the Basavaraj Brother

Nadaka & the Basavaraj Brother


Nadaka, guitarist and composer of Canadian origin, has been living in India since 1974. His passion for Indian culture led him to study its music, learn different Indian instruments and vocal styles. He has conceived and built a guitar that allows him to produce sounds akin to those of the South Indian veena. While keeping his unique guitar style, inspired by Indian rhythms and Ragas, he carries us through his unique musical world that is both modern and rich in tradition.

The Basavaraj Brothers
In his time, Sudharshana Rao Basavaraj, a reputed flautist from Andhra Pradesh who had a great career playing for thousands of Indian film songs, had the wish that his children would grow up immersed in the great classical traditions of Indian music, both North Indian (Hindustani) and South Indian (Carnatic ). From birth, he chose their diverse instruments and at early ages gave them their initial musical training, later sending each of them across India to study with their respective musical gurus. Soon, their home in Chennai became a place where various musical disciplines (Gharanas) converged and met freely under one roof. And their name spread wide. As youngsters the Basavaraj brothers performed more than five thousand concerts throughout India, and with time, each became an acclaimed individual performer.

Nadaka & the Basavaraj Brother

Nadaka and The Basavaraj Brothers
Together, in concert, they offer us the fruit of their collaboration; Selections from their album "Living Colours" and other Ragas. Music, both soft and powerful, that breaks in all simplicity
the barriers between musical styles.

Nadaka & the Basavaraj Brother
 
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