Event 

Title:
FABRICE DE GRAEF & CARLO STRAZZANTE
When:
03.10.2010  at  18.00 h
Style:
Indian bansuri, traditional flute
Price:
12.5€ (reduced 7€ students and jobless)
Reservation:
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FABRICE DE GRAEF & CARLO STRAZZANTE

Description

Fabrice De Graef is one of the rare European musicians specalized in the
basuri, the Indian bamboo flute.
He started his musical interest with the bombarde, a traditional
instrument in Bretagne, then finished the Valenciennes
Conservatory with hobo. After this a long voyage started in traditional
music, with Irish, Breton and Indian experiences.
He stayed with Indian music after having received a state bursary to study
with Hariprasad Chaurasia and L. Subramamiam.
He lived for 8 years in India. Fabrice De Graef played with groups as
'Future Man'( Bela Fleck, Black Mozart),
Soig Siberil( his own group), and in 'Nashaceltic' with Alain Genty and
Jacques Pellen.


Carlo Strazzante studied percussion with several teachers from India and
oriental percussion with iranian master Madjid Khaladj.
Over the years, he played with musicians belonging to the classical indian
music tradition amongst whom
Asad Qizilbash (sarod), Gopal Krishnan (sitar), Sandip Chatterjee
(santoor) and Sandip Gosh (tabla).
At this concert he will be playing a combination of the Indian tabla and the
African udu, a terra cotta base drum from Nigeria.

Listen to sample :

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