PT Diary/ Day 04/ Udayswar – Dhrupad Vocal (Day 1216)

By 9 November, 2017Uncategorized

Udayswar is a rare and truly unique acoustic experience of Indian Classical Music in the manner it was originally designed, for an intimate baithak without microphones and amplifiers. Based on the 8 Prahars (time spans) of the day, this Indian Classical Music concert features morning ragas of the second Prahar performed by Pelva Naik and various artists.

9.ii. Pelva Naik

Born in 1986, Ahmedabad, Naik was brought up in a family of artists, art lovers and connoisseurs; where she was nurtured amid affluent virtues of Indian culture, literature, art and music. She has been trained in the Ancient Indian classical music form- ‘Dhrupad’ under the eminent Dagar Gharana of Indian Classical Music. She is a disciple of legendary Dhrupad maestro Ustad Zia Fariduddin Dagar and has also received proficient guidance from Rudraveena maestro Ustad Mohi Bahauddin Dagar.

Pelva Naik is India’s foremost young Dhrupad vocalist of International stature and performed at most of the prestigious music festival all over the world.

To be continued…