Tvm: Goethe Zentrum Trivandrum is hosting one of the most popular Oriental Rock bands from Vienna and Austria in Trivandrum. The band consisting of four Austrian, one German and three Indian artists will be performing for the first time in India on April 23, 2011 at Nishagandhi.
Ashram, the unique sound of European and Indian Fusion Rock features sounds of Indian tabalas mixed with guitar riffs, mystic sitar tones and rock voices embedded in Western grooves. The band came into being when the guitarist Judy Sepan travelled to India in 2004 and met Ajayan Gopi (Takil). Fascinated by the sound they were creating during the jam sessions, they started to envision a cross-continental band. One year later, they have already toured across Europe for seven weeks, with a huge rock event as the finale.
Ashram represents the music of two different worlds, with the frictions between each view and tradition only adding to the music. Ashram’s hope is that its music will communicate this cultural experience beyond words.
For passes, please contact Goethe Zentrum Trivandrum.
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