The experience of attending a live concert of Indian classical music cannot be compared with any other musical experience. The accolades, the loud Wah Wahs, shouts of Kya Baat Hai may alarm a westerner who is attending an Indian concert for the first time. What lack of etiquette and shameful behavior of the audience, he may think. The travel to India guide book was true after all. Indians are really a noisy and uneducated bunch of natives. Disturbing or interrupting an artist’s live performance (of classical nature) may not seem to be a proper thing to a western eye. But classical music of India thrives on such ‘noise’. No Wah Wahs, no Kya Baat Hai, and the concert may be safely termed as a flop show. This is especially true if the performer is a vocalist. Enjoy the live concerts posted below.
All the concert recordings are good but Kaushiki, my alltime favourite is
the best of corse, Arti’s recording is defective. There is lot of blasting in it.
However you deserve praise again for the service you are doing to the promotion of melodious in the Hindustani classical music. God bless you.
hey i dunno about u guys wrkin on dis site …but d collection is simply outstanding….neways i was lookin for pt.bhimsen joshi’s rare collection esp.raga maarwah …i gt d latest 1 but i want d oldest 1 ..plz make available on dis site if its possible…great job 1ce again…