Gandharva Concert of Indian classical music
in the Maharishi Dome
Concert Sat 27th Apr; Workshops Thur 25 & Fri 26 Apr
from £12
Cost: from £12
Start date: Concert Sat 27 Apr 8pm ; Workshops Thur 25 & Fri 26 Apr 2:00 - 4:30 pm
Length of course: Afternoon workshops. Evening concert

“Gandharva music…sets forth those very natural melodies which match with the process of evolution. It provides a powerful harmonizing influence in the whole atmosphere to balance imbalances in nature.”

“The goal of Gandharva-Veda concerts is the elimination of pollution, elimination of imbalances, elimination of negative tendencies, elimination of crime, quarrels, elimination of imbalance in the physiology, imbalance in the behavior. So, all betterment in every way. Better quality of life, better behavior, better health.” – Maharishi


Sugato Bhaduri, Mandolin Gandharva – one of the most sought after Mandolinists in India today

Gandharva mandolin musician Sugato Bhadri will play in the Dome on Saturday April 27th at 8:00 pm.

Gandharva singing Workshop with Sugato on April 25th and 26th.

The workshop will consist of 4 sessions of one hour each. Two on Thurs 25th (2pm till 4:30 pm) and Fri 26th (2pm till 4:30 pm).

Gandharva Veda is a part of the Vedas and is called the Upa (subsidiary) Veda of Sama Veda and includes the treatise on music and the performing arts.
The Gandharva Veda is based on melodies called ragas. Each raga has its own structure, combining fixed elements with infinite variations. This allows the musician to express all the subtleties of the vibration prevailing at that particular time of day.

Tickets for the concert will be £12 which can be paid online with button below, or in cash at the door.

Please show your email receipt as proof of payment upon arrival.

Guests not practicing Transcendental Meditation are most welcome.

Sugato Bhaduri

The salient feature of his music, speaks of his rare caliber of blending 

the Gayaki-ang with Tantrakari in an aesthetically rich manner.His crystal clear variegated ekhara taans and rhythmic intricacy is worthy to 

note. Profound emotionalism, vast intellectual approach towards the raga and sound technique are the basic components of his music.

Deep resonant tone of his instrument, evoking shades of Veena, Rabab, Sarod and Sitar has helped his music to tap the earliest sources of indian Classical Music and bring it forth with a new sound.


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Concert starts at 8pm in the Dome
Concert starts at 8pm in the Dome. Workshops 2-4:30pm Thur & Fri
Workshops 2-4:30pm Thur & Fri
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