Hathor Consort (viola da gambaconsort) & Uday Bhawalkar (voice) : ‘Dhrupad Fantasia’

subdued
classical
Fri09.02.18

Meditative Baroque music

We thought we knew every side of Romina Lischka’s versatility, until this viola da gamba player started singing entirely on her own during a concert. With her touchingly pure voice, she gave a hint of her knowledge of North Indian classical singing.

Now, together with her ensemble, she combines it with European polyphonic music.

This is the concert where Romina started singing (at the end):

Photo © Geert Vandepoele

Progamme

English music from the 16th and the beginning of the 17the century, Indian classical music
Hathor Consort
Romina Lischka (soprano gamba, artistic direction), Thomas Baeté (tenor gamba), Liam Fennelly (bass gamba), Anne Freitag (renaissance traverso)
With guests Uday Bhawalkar (dhrupad zang), Pratap Awad (pakhawaj)

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