Most of you have been brought up in romantic stories, many of those were based on renowned poet Ghalib’s work. His collection Dégâts D’Amour is a popular source for most Bollywood love stories.
Ghazals form a central part of our Hindustani classical repertoire – both vocal and instrumental – and reflect a deep understanding of human nature, human relationships, even human frailties.
After spending such a long time inside our homes, it’s finally the time to experience leisure and enjoy ghazal from some of the best performers of this art.
After long preparations, Livdemy brings Gaytri Ghazal Girls on our platform so that you could experience the soul of music, something that you have never experienced before.
Presenting Gaytri Ghazal Girls On Livdemy
Gayatri’s Ghazal Girls is a band of talented female musicians – Gayatri Asokan, Megha Rawoot, Kaushiki Joglekar, Nastya Saraswati, and Mukta Raste. The statements made in ghazals are gender-neutral, the pain and joy are universal.
In this concert, the sadhana of the smooth flowing notes from maestros encompasses those moments from life that need those cultural references to express those emotions more so than any other medium.
We have five phenomenal musical prodigies live in concert – Gayatri Asokan, Megha Rawoot, Kaushiki Joglekar, Nastya Saraswati, and Mukta Raste.
This band explores Ghazals with a delicate touch of feminine energy, the Ghazal being a beautiful art form that celebrates poetry combined with musical complexity.
Looking At The Prodigies!
Gayathri Asokan is a singer who has made her mark worldwide in Indian film music, Hindustani classical, and Ghazal genres. She has also won the Kerala Government state award for the best playback singer.
She has performed in the prestigious Shanghai world music festival in the fusion repertoire. She has worked with maestros like Abhijit Bhattacharya, Taufiq Qureshi Ji, Purbayan Chatterjee, and many more.
Megha Rawoot, a resplendent Sitar player based in Mumbai, is a disciple of Sitar maestro Purbayan Chatterjee. She has been playing Sitar since 2009. She has taken the training in Sitar from Mrs. Deepti Mishra and Pt. Madan Shankar Mishra as well.
She is an awardee of the National scholarship for the junior category in the field of Sitar by CCRT, Ministry of Culture, and an awardee of Scholarship for young artists in the same field by Ministry of Culture.
Kaushiki belongs to a musical family. She started her initial training of music from her parents: Mrs. Sneha Joglekar and Shri Ajay Joglekar.
Currently, she is learning Western Classical Piano under the guidance of Mrs. Rosemary Dsouza and Jazz from Mr. Anurag Naidu. She is also learning Hindustani Classical Vocals from Mrs. Deepika Bhide Bhagwat.
She has got an opportunity to perform with Ustad Taufiq Qureshi ji. She is very fortunate to be a part of Ustad Zakir Hussain Ji’s 70th Birthday Celebration by Shrutinandan.
Nastya Saraswati is a musician from St.Petersburg, Russia, who finds her forte in Indian Classical Music, a passion she has been nourishing since late 2012.
Born in St Petersburg Russia, in a family of non-musicians Nastya started her first music experience to learn violin upon the suggestion of her uncle, who was a professional orchestra conductor. She made frequent trips to India in search of Gurus and learn Hindustani Classical and Karnatic music from them.
Mukta Raste represents one of the versatile young tabla artists in India making music today. She began learning classical vocal music, harmonium and transferred her passion to Tabla.
She was first introduced to Tabla and other percussion instruments by her Uncle Shri Sanjay Karandikar at the age of five.
Mukta is fortunate to receive tutelage of nuances of six gharanas of the Tabla at intimate quarters from one of the most eminent and renowned masters Shri. Amod Dandage and Pt.Arvind Mulgaonkar. She has got an opportunity to participate in Ust. Zakir Hussain’s Tabla workshops were held in California.
You Can’t-Miss It!
This entourage of musicians is coming to LivDemy to give you an incredible virtual concert that’ll leave you wanting more.
Welcome Gayatri Ghazal Girls with us and experience the delicate touch of feminine energy, the Ghazal being a beautiful art form that celebrates poetry combined with musical complexity.
See you there on 13th November 2021 at 9:00 PM, Register now!