Stockholm Sangeet Conference 15 - 17 October 2016
10 years jubilee!
2016 we celebrate the 10th Stockholm Sangeet Conference with three days of festival, the special jubilee project Stockholm Sangeet Allstars, the Childrens Sangeet Conference, an Open Stage day at Stallet and a lot of extraordinary indian classical music and dance at Musikaliskas main stage on the 16th of October!
Already we can reveal that the remarkable Akkarai Sisters, famous for their virtuosity on violin and vocal as well, will be performing a recital of pure carnatic music and vocalist Sawani Shende will mesmerize the audience with her crystal clear diction of khyal at SSC 2016! More artists will be released soon...
Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2016 is organized by Stockholm Sangeet in cooperation with Länsmusiken i Stockholm/Musikaliska, Farhang Förening, Movement in Exile, Stallet Folk & Världsmusik and Search Indie with support from Stockholms Stads Kulturförvaltning, Statens Musikverk, Kulturrådet and Indian Embassy of Sweden and Latvia.
Some moments from Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2015.
Artists for Stockholm Sangeet Conference 2016
Akkarai SistersAkkarai Sisters, S Subhalakshmi and S Sornalatha, are among India’s most distinguished musicians today. Hailing from a family with a rich musical background and having learnt under illustrious gurus, they are sought after worldwide for their violin and vocal duets, as well as for their violin accompaniment for many an eminent artiste.
Sawani ShendeNorth indian khyal vocalist Sawani Shende, based in Pune, is one of the most respected artists of the younger generation today. She made her first debut at the age of 10 and is today winner of multiple awards and touring extensively over the world. Sawani’s music is a beautiful soul searching journey where she mesmerizes audiences with pure yet aesthetical rendering of the Raga. Sawani’s confidence and mastery in khyals, her crystal clear diction and overall sensitivity in presentation takes every performance to a very high aesthetic level.
Sarita MishraSarita Mishra from Bhubaneswar started to dance the east indian temple dance odissi at the tender age of four. Her mesmerizing stage performances is lyrical and a pleasure for the eye of the connoisseur of indian classical dance. Sarita Mishra takes her audience for a journey to the origin of odissi in the temple of the maharin. Sarika is a sought after dancer not only in India but all over the world and when she is not touring she creates her own dance productions and teaches odissi in Bangalore where she is based. For the first time Sweden will get the opportunity to experience the dance of Sarita Mishra.