Indian classical music with Samvad in Pelion

The Samvad ensemble will play Indian classical music at the 33rd Summer Festival of Aggelini-Hatzinikos Foundation on Saturday 2 September at 21:00 at the open-air theater of Hortos in Southern Pelion.

 Igino Brunoni, bansuri, saxophone
Virginia Nicoli, bansuri & silver ute, vocals
Giannis Zannis, tabla (Indian percussion)
Samvad’s music is a dynamic expression of Indian classical music tradition, a meditative journey in melodies and rhythms, accompanied by percussion.
Samvad’s original compositions and improvisations are founded on the most rigorous traditions of Indian Classical music, Dhrupad. Their music is less of a fusion and more of a dynamic expression of these traditional principles. Samvad means to ‘speak together’ or ‘accord’ in Sanskrit.

The exceptional quality of Samvad’s music derives from their attention to sound quality, to micro-tonal detail and to the mysterious dialog between the two. East and West, ancient music and contemporary sounds meet in a new interpretation of tradition and modernity.