Monday, December 14, 2015

notloB Music and Villa Giuliana-Atelier Present THE MIRASI COLLECTIVE in Concert

notloB Music and Villa Giuliana-Atelier


Happy Holidays from notloB Music!

Our concert season was to have ended last week but SURPRISE, just like Rushad Eggleston once did, calling on a Thursday proposing we do a concert the following Tuesday, notloB Music will be presenting a bonus season of at least one and possibly two additional new concerts! As we send out a mailing at most once per month watch our website and/or Facebook page for information about additional concerts.
As has been our tradition since 2008, presenting unique artists in unique spaces, these concerts will be in a beautiful artist studio near Porter Square. An added dimension will be the fact that they will be in the presence of fine art.
After 30 years living in this country, multi-media artist Alessandra Mariano is returning to her native Italy to take care of her mother. For this reason, she is selling from her studio an abundance of magnificent fine art, designer clothing, jewelry and collectables. This conjunction of art and music will be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

Sunday, December 20, 2015
Private studio show for concert guests – 6pm
Concert – 7pm
Suggested donation $5-10, cash.
The Mirasi Collective is a Boston-base group that swings hard- exploring the boundaries of South Asian music while preserving its beautiful traditions.
Sonny Lalchandani 
Is a recent graduate of the New England Conservatory and performs both Sitar and Sarod in his band SkiM and in solo formats.
Sarvesh Varma
Is a Tabla player, trained under his guru Pandit Kiran Deshpande, and Ustad Zakir Hussain, and has performed in India, Canada and USA.
Michael Dwan Singh
Is a multifaceted artist, audio engineer and a producer who excels at playing Sarangi; learning under the lineage of the late Ustad Sultan Khan.Is a multifaceted artist, audio engineer and a producer who excels at playing Sarangi; learning under the lineage of the late Ustad Sultan Khan.

Miller Street Artist Studios
11 Miller Street, Somerville (near Porter Square).
By foot – From Porter Square T, walk down Somerville Ave to Beacon Street. Miller Street will be on your left.
By wheeled transport – Miller Street is off Beacon. As both concerts are on Sundays, park in any legal space on Miller or Beacon, but please avoid the nearby Star Market lot and the caterer’s lot.

·       Admission is by free-will donation. Cash at the door. 100% of the donations go to the musicians.
·       As everything in the studio, including furniture, is for sale, there is no guarantee there will be sofas or chairs, so please bring seating / floor pillows / yoga mats. On the other side of the coin, this means there will be more space for dancing on the beautiful wood floors.
·       BYO food and beverages.

·       Due to limited space, reservations via Eventbrite are being taken until Sunday 5pm. Anyone arriving at the studio without a reservation will be seated only if in the mind of the studio owner there is sufficient space.

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