SurBandhan, (est 2011) is an arts organisation with the aims and objectives of enabling South Asian arts, by curating rich events and workshops where musicians, vocalist, dancers, thinkers, all get-together in individual and collective expressions of their unique art.
Upholding tenets of Indian classical music, SurBandhan engages innovations and collaborations with global contemporary arts. Providing themed events, workshops and talks that are carefully packed with educational content, offers growth to artists and audiences alike. SurBandhan, (bond of melody), provides a platform for the finest musicians in the world and for the emerging artists in order keep going a history of thousands of years.
These are some of our current projects. Feel free to read our educational materials and chackout our archive & Gallery. Please get in touch if you want to be a collaborator or partner with us – we are always open to new ideas!
Performers & students of Indian classical music Piya Mayenin, Shahdhat Hussain Masum, Yasmeen Rahman & Asma Matin.
Classical music is an acquired taste in all cultures and related to the region that it is from. The reason why it is acquired taste is because it did not develop from the local and masses of people. Although the flavour of Indian classical music is related to the region that it is has emanated from, the aesthetics and principles of North Indian and South Indian classical music are formed from thousands of years of history, philosophy and from trial and error.
Bade Ghulam Ali Khan Saheb