Aumbience

Aumbience

~ The Science of Sacred Sounds ~ Creating Songs, Chants and Ambient Sound Scapes – workshops and uplifting performances through the focus of purity in sound.

Don’t miss this gig ~ this April 1st – 7-9pm
A rare and unique combination of Indian Classical music meeting the flamenco flavours and jazz extraordinair of guitarist Bart Stenhouse. Joined all the way from Calcatta is young Tabla wizard Surajato Roy and fusing the sounds together with the crystal slide and 22 strings of the chattarangi Shivam Rath.

This level and quality of mastery is a show of music for musicians a world music event strongly suggested for all music lovers of all experience. It will be highly charged blend of musical quality from the rich tradtions of the world, for in a unique style and setting within the Siva-Sakti temple @ serene earth sanctuary in Myocum.

Invest only $25 @ the door or $20 online ~

Tickets available at www.bartstenhouse.com

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Sangeet Mela
Thanks to Kris Anderson (Prima Materia Productions) for this little video. The long awaited performance videos of the amazing Sangeet Mela 2016 are coming soon...

Soundtrack from Sangeet Mela 2016 performance by Pt Shubhendra Rao (sitar), Smt Saskia Rao-de Haas (cello) and Sri Zuheb Ahmed Khan (tabla).
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Indian Classical Music Sesh for the Shire'Ragas are like living entities that have evolved and existed through the ages which we invoke through our experience and understanding of them; so rather than creating them we are channeling the Ragas'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Indian Classical Music Sesh for the Shire

For anyone who missed it due to flooding or spirit festivals ~ April 25th international tabla wizard Surojato Roy with myself on the crystal slide this Anzac day @ Mt Jerusalem aka Upper main arm. Traditional intimate house concert from 7pm succeeding a workshop at 4pm for people interested in building knowledge and feel in the world and intricate language of indian rhythm. Spare Tablas also available so don't be shy if you are interested. Workshop will be a precious experience from a young master about to leave back overseas but dependent only on enough people booking so good idea to share the info to make it happen!
Concert also limited numbers; so please p.m or call to confirm address. Contact number 0412079983 ~
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For anyone who missed it due to flooding or spirit festivals ~ April 25th international tabla wizard Surojato Roy with myself on the crystal slide this Anzac day @ Mt Jerusalem aka Upper main arm. Traditional intimate house concert from 7pm succeeding a workshop at 4pm for people interested in building knowledge and feel in the world and intricate language of indian rhythm. Spare Tablas also available so dont be shy if you are interested. Workshop will be a precious experience from a young master about to leave back overseas but dependent only on enough people booking so good idea to share the info to make it happen!
Concert also limited numbers; so please p.m or call to confirm address. Contact number 0412079983 ~ 
Pranams 
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Byron Bay FM 99.9 Japanese Radio Show ON AIR TOMORROW 21st March 1-2pm ! We are welcoming our wonderful guests, Mico and Shivam from Micotsuki Shivamoon in the studio for some live music and fun chats ! Tune in ! 明日21日火曜日、午後1時から2時、バイロンベイコミュニティラジオ、ベイFMにてジャパニーズショーがオンエアーとなります!素敵なカップルをゲストにお迎えして、ライブ演奏とトークをお届けします。日本からもライブストリーミングで聴けますのでぜひチューンイン!(日本時間は11時〜12時の放送です)http://bayfm.org/listen-live/ ... See MoreSee Less

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A sublime event of Indian Classical music in the Shiva-Shakti temple in Byron Bay. A big thank you for all who came to support the workshop and evening concert.
youtu.be/qrfcaDrllt0Shivam, Shen & Shyan short clips from Raga Nat Bhairav in Byron Bay Australia Dec 2016
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5 unique artists of Indian classical Music coming soon to the shire ~ Headlining Supriyo Dutta from Calcatta on Vocals Shen Flindell on Tabla Yuki Taniguchi Drupad Vocals; Shyan Kishore on Bansuri & Shivam Rath on Chattarangi Tickets from $20 concession and early bird prices available ~ $25 @ the door with package details for workshop & Concerts. A special End of year Experience!
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5 unique artists of Indian classical Music coming soon to the shire ~ Headlining Supriyo Dutta from Calcatta on Vocals Shen Flindell on Tabla Yuki Taniguchi Drupad Vocals;  Shyan Kishore on Bansuri & Shivam Rath on Chattarangi Tickets from $20 concession and early bird prices available ~ $25 @ the door with package details for workshop & Concerts. A special End of year Experience!
Follow this link for more details: https://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=246002

youtu.be/WPPGpj_lVr8Tokyo Concert based on Indian Classical in Zen studio Tokyo Japan 2016. With Shivam Rath on the Chattarangi, Maharshi Raval on Tabla & Taro and Yuriko Teraha... ... See MoreSee Less

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Rhythm, Raga & Relaxation

Rhythm, Raga & Relaxation

Jun 29, 5:00pm - Jun 29, 7:00pm

Studio 93 Byron Bay
93 Centennial Circuit
Byron Bay, NSW  2481 Map

Next sound session on Thurs 29th of June. 5 - 7pm
$15 for WS

Interactive; workshop on Indian Classical Music with Voice, rhythm & instrument. Delve into an ancient bu universal language to express music ~ Both fun & interactive; this is a intuitive & insightful way to learn music and world culture through an evolved system of sacred sound.
Next ~ Workshop on Rhythm, Raga (melody) voice
~ bring instruments for voice translations. Bookings:
& venue @ 93 centennial circuit; Studio 93 Sunrise Beach
Byron Bay
~ 0412346387
~ 0412 079 983

What is Raga?

Generally speaking the definition of Raga is colour. So imagine a broad spectrum of colours; layered in shades and contrasts.
But they are more than just colours because they involve mood, character, emotion and atmosphere. My teacher Debashish Battacharia explained to me that Raga is like an ocean and the musician is simply riding the waves momentarily; but even after the musician stops the Raga elsewhere continues....


Hence in my understanding and now experience; a Raga is like a living entity that has evolved and existed through the ages which we invoke through our experience and understanding of them; rather than creating them we are channeling the Ragas.

Each Raga is particular and unique. A scale of notes that has a maximum of 12 and a minimum of 5; varying in there ascending order and descending. However they are much more than just scales of notes and have particular features, favourite time of day/ night and rules of passage in which we must familiarise ourselves to before we can venture out into the realm of improvisational play with their colours.

That said there is claimed to be 1000’s of Ragas; some are fading out and some are being born, but of the mainstream understanding there is about a 100 well recognised Ragas. Often when new students come into study the teacher will drill only one raga into us for anywhere up to years at a time. This is quite studious and seldom happens in this present age; however this is a great way in order for us to understand the depth of just one raga and the seemingly limitless possibilities of delving into its realm.
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