Meru Education Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Lexington, MA brings unique learning programs based on the languages, arts and culture of India. We invite you to participate in our programs, which are designed to create a new level of understanding of Indian traditions and heritage.
RAAGA-RANG 2015 – SOLD OUT !!!
When: Saturday, April 18 @ 6:00 pm
Where: National Heritage Museum (Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library)
33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA 02421
For information about this event: Call Vanita Shastri – 781-862-9648
Gul~o~Gulzar: A lyrical celebration of Bollywood legend Gulzar, was held on Dec 6, 2014 at Diamond Middle School, 99 Hancock Street, Lexington, MA
Raaga Rang 2014 – Raaga-Rang, a unique confluence of Hindustani classical and Indian film music, was a successful sold-out event held on April 6th 2014 at National Heritage Museum, Lexington, MA 02421. It was an extraordinary event where New England musicians explored ragas through the popular film music genre.
Singers: Shuchita Rao, Meena Sundaram, Sowmya Sree Sandeep, Meesha Acharya, Sankar Gangaikondan, Dilip Acharya, Vijay Kumar, Shekhar Shastri
Orchestra: Chris Pereji (Keyboard), Christy Mathew (Keyboard), Sujeet Phanse (Flute), Harshal Tole (Tabla), Hiral Parikh (Rhythm Pad), Pranav Ghatraju (Tabla)
The Raaga-Rang Series: Delightful Soul of the Melody
Madhyama: The Center
It was late in the evening and as I turned on All India Radio to listen to my favorite classical music program, read more
Read an Article on Raaga Rang: “Journey to the Soul of Melody: Raaga Rang”
(Source: India New England)
Read Post Event Reviews (Raaga Rang 2014):
Raaga-Rang Brings Warm April Showers! (Source – Lokvani)
Raaga-Rang: The Melodious Dimension of Music a Success (Source – INDIA New England)
Read event review here (Source : Lokvani)