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The Harmonium Gets a Makeover ...Finally! by RADHIKA SETH
It may have been long forgotten in the west but it is still the lifeline of Sikh, Punjabi and Indian music.
A Full Circle by SARBPREET SINGH
My eyes are closed ... The room is awash in the rich strains of the taus. The crisp sound of the jorrhi bounces off the walls.
In Search of Intoxication by SARBPRREET SINGH
Hi name - 'Almast' - itself is intriguing! It hints at an irreverent, radical intoxication. Rebellion. Immersion.
An Unexpected Find:
Vajjan Taal Mridang Rababa
by SARBPREET SINGH
Were my ears deceiving me or did I just hear 'Nanak'?
Talvin Singh's Electronic Brilliance CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Here's another dude kicking the heck out of notions of what "world music" is.
Snatam Kaur's Shabad in New Hollywood Film by HARGOBIND SINGH
This is the first time Snatam Kaur's music has been featured in a major Hollywood film.
Soulful Music: Ramneek Kaur Singh by ASHEESH MAMGAIN
Coming from the rich Sikh tradition of classical music, she sings shabads strictly in the classical ragas prescribed in the Guru Granth.
The Enchantress: Snatam Kaur by ALAN DI PERNA
It's a voice that could wrest tears from a stone gargoyle - crystalline and radiant, redolent of the simple yet powerful truth of the heart.
Ode to Spring by DHARAM SINGH & HARNAM SINGH
In Spring, the season of union, the Ode impresses upon Man to submit to the true Guru to achieve union with the Divine.
Music & Kirtan Camp
Tanti Saaj - Stringed Instruments
Bhai Kuljit Singh, the instructor, is an accomplished exponent of the Saranda and the Rebab.