South Central Zone Cultural Centre (SCZCC) will commence its popular morning music baithak programme Brahmanaad from November 10 at 6.30 am with two artists. Master Ved Vinay Dhok, 15-year-old will present Tabla solo. Ved has bagged first prize in Tabla in the All India Global Cultural Olympiad, held at Pune. He has also made an appearance on Door Darshan. He has been selected to present his Tabla recital in Thailand.
The second artist is Pt Vijay Chandra, who will present Hindusthani Classical ragas on Synthesizer. He has arranged music for films like Bedardi and Marathi film â€œAndolanâ€. He is disciple of Ustad Mannu Khan, Jinderpal Singh and Kamla Bose. The programme will be held in the SCZCC premises.
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