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Star Pravah presents Anubhuti

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MUMBAI: STAR PRAVAH, the leading GEC in Maharashtra, has always has been at the forefront of providing innovative, original and entertaining content to its viewers. ANUBHUTI is a series of music events which will aim at presenting the today’s youth with a unique confluence of World Music with popular Marathi Music. The show will be telecast on October 27th at 7 pm exclusively on Star Pravah.



Mr. Jayesh Patil, Programming Head – Star Pravah, speaking about ANUBHUTI said, “Indian Classical music is at an important juncture today. The young exponents are experimenting with the music to create something new. ANUBHUTI is our attempt to take this experimental music to the aficionados and weare sure that they too will enjoy it.”



ANUBHUTI’s first offering is a tribute to Padmashree Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki, one of the greatest legends, performer, prolific composer & scholar of Indian classical, semi-classical, and devotional music. Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki was possibly a pioneer in introducing Western music forms like the Jazz to Marathi Music and his progressive new age work balanced both the taste of the younger generations as well as the music purists of his time. This tribute to Panditji will bring alive his philosophy to bring newness to music and will showcase a fusion of music appealing to the younger generation as well as the purists of his time.



Theartists performing in the show, a combination of young and old stalwartsled by Panditji’s son Shaunak Abhisheki, Rahul Deshpande, Abhijit Pohankar, Sumedha Desai, Raghunandan Panshikar, Gauri Pathare and Mrudula Tambe. The artists, in an attempt to recreate the ABHISHEKIYUG, will present the tunes of the maestro in a new avatar.



The show, a mix of songs, AV clips of Panditji's contemporary's talking about his life and times will be hosted by noted film actor Subodh Bhave. Subodh himself has been an avid follower of Panditji’s music and considers him as his Guru. The forthcoming shows in ANUBHUTI shall treat the viewers to many more similar experiments of fusing popular Marathi music with world music by leading music exponents.

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