Go: Organic Orchestra & Brooklyn Raga Massive: RAGMALA

Sunday, April 24, 2022. 8:00 pm

Go: Organic Orchestra & Brooklyn Raga Massive: RAGMALA

Sunday, April 24, 2022. 8:00 pm

Go: Organic Orchestra & Brooklyn Raga Massive present RAGMALA (A Garland of Ragas) composed and spontaneously conducted by Adam Rudolph.

Brooklyn Raga Massive Performing Artists:
Jay Gandhi – bansuri
Arun Ramamurthy – violin
Trina Basu – violin
Samarth Nagarkar – vocal
Neel Murgai – rhythm sitar, overtone singing
Sameer Gupta – tabla

Go: Organic Orchestra Performing Artists:
Michel Gentile – c flute
Sylvain Leroux – tambin, c flute,
Ze Luis – c and alto flute

Avram Fefer – tenor saxophone, bass clarinet
Sara Schoenbeck – bassoon
Ivan Barenboim – b flat clarinet
Ned Rothenberg – soprano saxophone, bass clarinet, shakuhachi
Stephen Haynes – cornet, flugelhorn, didgeridoo, conch, kudu horn

Julianne Carney-Chung – violin
Sana Nagano – violin
Gwen Laster – viola
Richard Carr – violin
Stephanie Griffin – viola
Jake Charkey – cello
Leco Reis – contrabass

Mia Theodoratus – harp
Marco Cappelli – acoustic guitar
Kenny Wessel – el guitar
Alexis Marcelo – keyboards
Damon Banks – electric bass

Harris Eisenstadt – bata (iya, itotele, okonkolo), percussion
Rogerio Boccato – caxixi, mineiro, temple blocks, bells, wood box surdo and percussion

Please note: this concert will be in-person only and will not be livestreamed.

A deeply attractive, aesthetically accessible, yet extremely complex tapestry of sounds, hues, and aural sensations”
Thom Jurek, All Music Guide
 “Ragmala A Garland of Ragas is magnificent music for our times: earthy, glowing, roving and boundless in its creativity and challenging vision for a world united by music.”
Boston Concert Reviews
“a stunning journey into the unknown”
Daniel Spicer, Jazzwise ,UK
“I am deeply in love with Ragmala. It’s beautiful, expansive and majestic…an authoritative step forward in the evolution of a truly global, celestial, cosmic “world” music.
Ian Ward, UK Vibe
“…the music on this double CD is remarkable, haunting and compelling”
Jazz Journal UK

This performance of Ragmala is made possible in part through the generous support of The Universal Enlightenment & Flourishing. www.uef.org

Photo credit: Jaci Downs