MTV India Music Summit 2017 Singing Concert

The MTV India has come back with new Singing Concert MTV India Summit. This show is the celebration of music were over 40 musicians part of this show here is the list of all Artist. Ajay Prasanna, He is the flawless skills as a flutist. Bibi Ashupreet Kaur, Clinton George is the international musician George Brooks, Girija Devi, Jasbir Jassi, Nagaland Conservatory of Music Choir, Kaushiki Chakraborty, Lesle Lewis Pandit Chhannulal Mishra, Pandit Jasraj, Radhika Chopra, Shadow and Light, Sunanda Sharma, TM Krishna, Ustad Rashid Khan, Ustad Shujaat Khan, Vasundhara Vee.

The MTV India Music Summit is the one of the biggest show in India. For see this concert live at The Fairmont Hotel Jaipur the concert starts from 27 October and fished till 29 October to see live the concert book the tickets on https://in.bookmyshow.com.

MTV India Music Summit 2017 Singing Concert Schedule

DAY 1: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2017
SESSIONS APPROX. TIMINGS DESCRIPTION
Summit Inauguration 4.00 pm The Summit Anthem
4.30 pm Inaugural
4.45 pm Legends – Pt Jasraj with Girija Devi in conversation With Prasoon Joshi followed by joint performance
THE SUMMIT OPENING 7.30 pm Large format open-air concert (‘Sound n Light’) on the poolside lawns against the façade of the hotel. Vocalists: Hariharan, Kaushiki Chakraborty; Fusion / Instruments: Ustaad Shujaat Khan Sitar, George Brooks- Saxophone, Amit Chaubey Tabla, Ajay Prasanna – Flute., Arunangshu Chaudhury –Tabla & more. Produced by Leslie Lewis
Spirit of Music 10.30 pm Jazz on the poolside lawns with Vasundhara Vee & her quartet
Baithak 11.00 pm thumris by kaushiki chakraborty
DAY 2: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2017
SESSIONS APPROX. TIMINGS DESCRIPTION
Early morning Meditation WITH Music at the green open ar ‘Saheliyon ki Baadi’ 7:00 a.m Flute recital by Ajay Prasanna
8:00 a.m. Gurbani by Bibi Ashupreet Kaur and Sisters
First day opening Performance 10.00 am Nagaland Conservatory of Music Choir recital
Keynote Address 12.00 pm Noted Carnatic vocalist and outstanding innovator TM Krishna shares his thoughts and vision for Music.
Lunch time Performance 1.00 pm Performance by ‘Shadow and Light’- a Hindustani classical, jazz and electronica fusion band.
Workshops, Talks, Panels 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm ‘Living with a Legend’ – Ustaad Shujaat Khan on his father Ustad Vilayat Khan
Women in Music: Panel Discussion with Kaushiki Chakraborty and others
Expressive art & music therapy – Pavitra Chari, Shadow & Light
Lecture-demonstration by George Brooks, LA based Saxophonist, Composer
Importance of Sound – Samir Kriplani, Sound Engineer and Owner, Room Tone
Making of an instrument – with traditional artists.
The Classical Series 4.30 pm-6.00 pm Ustaad Rashid Khan live in concert
The Summit Concert – Folk Jam 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm A unique amalgamation of Folk and Folk inspired – high energy, melodious and foot thumping! In Concert: Clinton Cerejo & his 7 member band, Jasbir Jassi (Folk and Pop), Sunanda Sharma (Benaras Gharana) and other folk artists. Produced by: Clinton Cerejo
The Jazz Collective 10.45 pm For the first time ever – a collaboration with Vasundhra Vee and the LA based George Brooks.
Ragas @ Night 11.30 pm Noted Carnatic vocalist and innovator, winner of the Ramon Magsaysay award – TM Krishna
Late night nostalgia – Aap Ki Yaad Aati Rahi Raat Bhar Midnight onwards Informal groups in fun sing-song of old filmi music moderated
DAY 3: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2017
SESSIONS APPROX. TIMINGS DESCRIPTION
Early morning Divinity music at the green open ar ‘Saheliyon ki Baadi’ 8:00 AM Sitar- Flute Jugalbandi: Ustaad Shujaat Khan & Ajay Prasanna
9:00 AM Divinity by Pandit Chhannulal Mishra
Seminar Series – Workshops & Talks 10.00 am Music We Wrote’ – Let’s Get Lyrical
11.00 -11.45 am Panel on Autotuners
Music & Branding’ – Workshop by Rajeev Raja
Vocals & You’ – breaking the myths of singing: Vasundhara Vee
Summit Tribute – The Ghazal 12.00 to 1.30 pm Conversation and Performance Dr. Radhika Chopra
Lunch 1.30 pm
The EndNote The Pipers
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