Houston presents 2014 Spring Arts Festival
April 8, 2014 by Sarah
Chitravina N. Ravikiran has collaborated with the BBC Philharmonic artists to create the award-winning Melharmony concept in Houston, which is a significant part of the fast-approaching 2014 Spring Arts Festival. Melharmony brings diverse strategies and synergy together from the west and vertical dimensions. Indian classical music is very different than the systems used in the west.
The Classical Arts Society of Houston presents the annual spring festival. With vibrant presentations that explore classical music originating in India, crowds are attracted to the event.
The schedule will include a panel discussion with panelists Mena Mark Hanna, Snehasish Mozumder, and Ravikiran. Robert Morris will moderate. The discussion is free and the public is welcome to attend.
The Jugalbandhi Concert will follow this, starring Ravikiran again along with Rohan Krishnamurthy, Snehasish Mozumder, and Gouri Shankar Karmakar. Concert tickets are required.
Ravikiran has been dubbed the ‘Mozart of Indian Music’, entering the world of music at two years of age. He embodies Indian music and the culture associated with it. As the innovator of Melharmony music, Ravikiran is a virtuoso, composer and vocalist, as well as an orator and author.
Poster printing is a common process for communicating upcoming festivals and events. Posters are typically seen mounted on flat surfaces throughout a region.
The festival will take place April 12 at the Asia Society Texas Center. More information about the 2014 Spring Arts Festival can be found via the website.