Pune: “Sangeet Virasat” – a memorial concert was organised by Taalvishwa on the occasion of 50th Memorial concert (Barsi) of legendary Tabla Maestro Ustad Mehboob Khan Saheb Mirajkar and 1st Barsi of his son Ustad Mohammad Hanif Khan Saheb Mirajkar in Pune recently.
The music lovers enjoyed the brilliance of music offered by the ultimate combination of ‘Master and disciple’.
The event started off with talents show-cased by senior Tabla students of Temple of Fine Arts International, from Malaysia, Singapore and Australia , it was followed by the jugalbandi between Tabla player Ustad Rashid mustafa thirakwa and his son Shariq Mustafa (Delhi), They presented themselves together for the first time in Pune. They were accompanied by Chinmay Kolhatkar on Tabla.
Next, the show had a jugalbandi between Sarod Maestro Pandit Rajan Kulkarni and his son Sarang Kulkarni. they were accompanied by Shri Nawaz Mirajkar and Ketan Bidwe on Tabla.
The musical evening ended with the Tabla jugalbandi between Padmashri Talayogi Pt.Suresh Talwalkar and his daughter Savani Talwalkar. They were accompanied by Chinmay Kolhatkar (Harmonium), Onkar Dalvi (Pakhwaj), Nagesh Adgavkar ( Vocal).
At the concert, every year,it has been a tradition to honor and felicitate one musician with the prestigious ‘Taal Vishwa Ustad Mehboob khan saheb Award’ for exemplary contribution to Indian classical music. This year, Taalvishwa presented this award to Taalyogi Pt. Suresh Talwalkar. The award was given by the Cabinet Minister Girish Bapat .The show was hosted by Siddharth Bendre.
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