Sangit Chamber Ensemble. BETWEEN THE TWO WORLDS

The ensemble made its debut in December 2008 with the first audition in Romania of Gloria in Excelsis Deo by G. Fr. Händel. The term Sangit means „music” in Sanskrit language. Albeit most of the people can’t imagine a relation between European chamber music and Indian spirituality, there is, actually, a very strong one: music is inspired by Spirit (Atma in Sanskrit), and the Spirit has a universal dimension. Sangit Chamber Ensemble is practicing the musical art not only for its aesthetic value, but, first of all, for the spiritual one. The repertoire consisted, initially, by classical and early music works, but due to the knowledge and experience that the soloists have in Indian classical music, the concerts include now also this ancient art. www.facebook.com/Sangit.Chamber.Ensemble

 

The ensemble is not playing music for an aesthetic purpose, but for its spiritual goal: obtaining Self Realization through Sahaja Yoga method created by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi and experimenting the vibrations of music.

 

 Members

 


Member of Romanian Radio Chamber Orchestra, Anne-Marie Ene graduated National Music University from Bucharest (1995), and also Trinity College London and Gandharva Mahavidyalaya from New Delhi. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, recommended her to study Indian classical music. In India, Anne Marie studied with Prof. Joy Shrivastav, violinist of All India Radio and Dr. Swarna Khuntia. She was invited as concert-maestro to Delhi Symphony Orchestra (2002-2003) and she is collaborating with the best Romanian orchestras. Her solo career includes chamber music recitals, solo recitals and Indian classical music concerts.

Cleopatra David (soprano) graduated the National Music University from Bucharest in 2004, pursued the Master in Choir conducting and obtained the PHD in musicology in 2010. She attended master classes with: Prof. Claudia Eder (Hochschule für Musik der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz), Prof. George Emil Crăsnaru (Robert Schumann Hochschule Düsseldorf), Sabin Pautza (New Jersey Philharmonic), Mariana Nicolesco, Laurie Reviol (HfMDK, Frankfurt am Main.), mezzosoprano Viorica Cortez, the director Vincenzo Liotta and the conductor Christian Badea. Her performances include chamber music concerts, solo recitals and gala concerts.

Pianist Ieronim Buga graduated both piano and conducting sections of Music Academy in Bucharest. He has been performing since 1994 as singer and pianist in various cultural institutions in Bucharest and abroad, such as "George Enescu" Philharmonic, National Radio Orchestra, or "Madrigal" Choir, etc. He participated in many international tours in Spain, Germany, Denmark, and Switzerland. His solo activity is mostly as accompanying pianist and as member in various chamber ensembles.

Avadhut Kasinadhuni is a tabla performer who, despite his very young age, acquired a very good musical level. He started to study tabla in New Delhi with Maestro Kamal Kant. He is currently studying in Bucharest violin and piano and also continues the tabla classes in New Delhi

Guests artist: Valentin Năstasă, Natalia Pancec, Monica Vlad, Mircea Lazăr, Mihai Zamfir, Sorin Lupașcu, Cornelia Petroiu, Magdalena Serafim, Bogdan Popa, Alexandra Pascaru, Dominic Nedelcu, Dinu Petrache,  Dragoş Şerbănescu,  Ieronim Buga, Cătălin Ene, Dan Stoenescu, Cristina Popescu Stănești, Mihail Vârtosu, Dan Huides, 

 

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