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3 July 2019
Washington DC

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Classical Movements presents 'The Human Journey: Music, Migration and Identity'

5 July 2019
Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
57th Street and Seventh Avenue

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Indian classical music, bansuri flutist Nash Naubert will be joined by Aditya Kalyanpur on tabla

Nash Naubert, Bansuri, will perform an Indian classical flute recital on Friday, July 5, 2019, 8pm at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, located at 57th Street and Seventh Avenue in Manhattan. Naubert, an American citizen who has been living in India for the last 20 years, will be joined on Tabla by Aditya Kalyanpur, and by dancer Gaysil Naubert.

Tickets are $30-40 and are available at

Nash Naubert has pursued the art of Indian classical music to a high level of virtuosity which, along with his touring and volunteer work, speaks to his passion for Indian classical music. Nash will be accompanied on tabla by Aditya Kalyanpur, a virtuoso of the younger generation of players worldwide. Together they will present traditional ragas that date back centuries. The concert will end with ‘Hamsa,’ a fusion piece originally composed by Nash Naubert. The piece reflects the sound of birds, and will be interpreted by Gaysil Naubert through an original Peacock dance (a ballet with Indian classical hand movements).

Program will include:
Raga Bageshree
Raga Kedar

A raga or raag (literally means "coloring, tingeing, dyeing”) is a melodic framework for improvisation in Indian classical music. The raga is an old tradition, and every performer expresses the raga in their own way. All of the music in the performance is completely improvised and composed by Naubert Naubert.

Nash Naubert has had the good fortune to learn the Bansuri (bamboo flute) from the living Legend, Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia. He transforms simple breath into the soothing and introspective sound that flows through his Bansuri. Naubert's company 'Music of Now' is focused on promoting Indian classical music world-wide. Says Naubert, "Our goal is to see Indian Classical Music thrive on an International stage with a global audience, hand-in-hand with Western Classical music and Jazz." Making Indian Classical Music accessible to a wider audience naturally leads to a greater awareness, which in turn leads to a better understanding and appreciation of this complex yet immensely rewarding art form. He has performed at the 35th Kesarbai Kerkar Sangeet Samaroh, Goa, 31st Konark Dance and Music Festival, Orissa, 63rd Ambabai Sangeet Mahotsav, Miraj just to name a few as well as multiple tours world-wide.
Naubert strongly believes that, "the arts have the power to not only change the world but to make it a better place" and "Indian Classical music is truly one of the highest art forms that exist". As a result of this ethos, he continues to actively promote Indian Classical Music to audiences all over the world through social media, lecture/demonstrations, teaching workshops and through concerts. Naubert's company 'Music of Now' is in collaboration with the Swami Vivekananda chapter of Mumbai, and teaches music to young aspiring musicians on a voluntary basis who want to learn music and pursue music as a career. Nash Elliott Naubert was raised as an only child, born in Gig Harbor (a small Bay side town on the Puget Sound in Northwest Washington State.) Music is the heart of Naubert’s inner compass, his constant companion and his worthy foundation. Since his youth, he has been a dedicated disciple of music and he continues expanding his passions into his own depth of understandings and artful expressions of the subtle and soulful complexities of Indian Classical music.

With his trademark blend of technical brilliance, creative improvisations and high-octane showpersonship, award-winning tabla virtuoso Aditya Kalyanpur’s performances instantly connect with, and captivate audiences worldwide. For the child prodigy who could replicate intricate rhythmic patterns on his first tabla at 3 years, there was no going back, once his training began, from none other than the late Ustad Allah Rakha and later, his son, Ustad Zakir Hussain. At the same time, Aditya’s performances reflect his versatility and keenness to break through conventional ‘borders’. He has, uniquely, gone on to acquire in-depth knowledge across different gharanas and schools of playing. Further, Aditya is in his element when adapting masterfully to any musical context, be it complementing a sitar or jazz guitar, and collaborating with artists across genres, from jazz to pop, rap to rock. His Indian fans still remember him in the ‘Wah Taj!’ TV commercial, (1990), as the talented youngster, cherry picked by Ustad Allah Rakha Khan for his cheeky ability to keep pace, when playing alongside Ustad Zakir Hussain.

A versatile dancer, innovative choreographer, singer, and model, Gaysil Naubert is one of the most sought-after performers in the Bollywood entertainment industry in India and has performed at many prestigious events worldwide, exemplifying her talents and beauty. She is the Artistic Director of Gaysil Dance Company and Brand Ambassador of Anwar Khatri Designs.

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