Thursday 13 April
Five seasoned musicians bring a depth of experience in Indian classical, jazz, soul, kirtan, West African and flamenco to produce music that is unique, hypnotic and passionate.
Launching their 2nd single off their forthcoming debut album to come.
Emanuel Lieberfreund (flute/sax/percussion)
Rosie Henshaw (Sitar/voice/guitar)
Maharshi Raval (Tabla), Rucha Lange (Indian classical voice)
Byron Mark (cajon/keyboards)
Rosie Henshaw has lived and breathed music since the age of nine when she started studying sitar, voice and dance while at boarding school in India.
Emanuel Lieberfreund studied classical and jazz flute at the Sydney Conservatorium, and now plays flute, sax and percussion. Known for his contributions to jazz/world fusion, music for dance, and yogic devotional music.
Rucha Lange is a gifted Hindustani vocalist who studied singing from the age of thirteen with guru Shri Aniket Khandekar and her grandmother Smt. Malti Lange. Indian classical raags, ghazals, devotional music and fine melodies take audiences on a mystical musical adventure.
Byron Mark is a pianist, percussionist and composer who has established himself as an in-demand funk, flamenco, jazz, pop and classical performer in Australia and internationally. He trained in classical piano, and studied cajon in Spain and djembe in West Africa.
Maharshi Raval is recognised as one of Australia's most skilful and versatile tabla players. Immersed in Indian classical music since early childhood. Since migrating to Australia he has played with such Indian classical masters as Pt Debiprasad Chaterjee, as well as bringing his tabla into jazz with Sandy Evans and flamenco with Chachy Penalver