This is a love or hate performance composed by Param Vir who brings the voices of Veena Sahasrabuddhe & Patricia Rozario, uniting khayal & soprano in a piece inspired by Raag Chayanat, bringing out the core magic of oneness in music.
Veena Sahasrabuddhe (1948-2016) was an esteemed Hindustani classical vocalist. Her unique style drew from the Kirana and Jaipur gharanas as well as her university degree in ‘Literature & Vocal Performance’ and was showcased on over 40 albums throughout her lifetime. She found ample time to teach despite a successful performance career, demonstrating Indian music to schoolchildren and serious students alike.
Patricia Rozario is a Mumbai-born soprano, who has forged a successful career as an operatic soloist in Britain and around the world. She has produced a wide range of Western classical recordings, notably including the works of John Tavener. She is currently a Vocal Faculty professor at the Royal College of Music in London.
An award-winning composer of opera and instrumental works, Param Vir's music fuses Western tradition and Eastern aesthetics
Veena Sahasrabuddhe (khayal)
Patricia Rozario (saprano)
Sanju Sahai (tabla)
Kokila Gillet (violin)
Paul Silverthorne (viola)
Rohan de Saram (cello)