A concert of Indian classical music is coming to the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
SciArtsRUs will present an interactive journey exploring Carnatic Classical Music with a Violin and Keyboard Duo Concert on Thursday, August 18, 2022 at 7 p.m. at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center. The performance will be Vid. Mullaivasal Dr. G Chandramouli on violin, Rishabh Kaushik on keyboard, Leonice Shinneman on tabla and Vid. Srinivasan Govindarajan on Mridangam. Tickets are $22 for adults and $20 for seniors, students and children and can be purchased online at www.simi-arts.org under the Concert page or by calling the box office at 805-583-7900.
SciArtsRUs is a California-based 501©3 non-profit organization founded by Dr. Ranjini Kaushik, on the twin pillars of inclusion and diversity. Their mission is to promote and make accessible science, arts and music and all that is at the interface. They also provide a global visual and performing arts platform for artists with disabilities, offer cross-cultural concerts and dances, and organize programs at the interface of arts and sciences.
In a career spanning more than two decades, award-winning violinist Mullaivasal Dr. G. Chandramouli accompanies widely the great pillars of Carnatic music and gives solo violin concerts on many continents. Rishabh Kaushik, 13-year-old Carnatic keyboardist, played the Carnatic keyboard and vocal girl at the age of 9 at the prestigious Marghazhi Season festival in Chennai, India. Since then, he has performed in numerous live and online venues around the world. Leonice Shinneman is recognized as the greatest American disciple of the legendary North Indian master Tabla and pakhawaj Pandit Raranath Rao. Leonice has given Tabla solos in the United States, India, Mexico and Europe. Mridangist Vid. Srinivasan Govindarajan performs regularly for music festivals and Los Angeles-based musicians.
Tickets for this special concert are $22 for adults and $20 for seniors, students and children and can be purchased online at www.simi-arts.org or by calling the box office at 805-583-7900 . For more information, visit www.simi-arts.org or call (805) 583-7900.