Sri Swamiji's concerts are named after the classical Indian music system 'Raga Ragini Vidya'. The Sanskrit terms used for this are very common in India. Each concert has its own name, for example 'Mauna Dhyana Raga Sagara' means silence and meditation in an ocean of melodies. Based on a raga, a fixed tone sequence, a melody is created. This forms the structure that also gives the musicians room to improvise. In addition to quiet, contemplative passages, the concerts are very virtuoso and lively. Sri Swamiji is accompanied by four top-class musicians: Jaitra Varanasi (violin), Shankar Ramesh (Mrdangam), Mani Tadepalli (keyboard) and Mahesh Bhatt (tabla). As special guest, world famous Violinist Dr. L. Subramaniam will also accompany Sri Swamiji.
„Don’t analyse. Listen with your heart and not with your intellect.“
- Sri Swamiji
The Indian musician and yoga master Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji has been researching the effect of music on all living things for over three decades. Since 1987 he has been realizing his findings in worldwide concerts. His music fascinates with its topicality, although it is rooted in the millennia-old music system of India. The laws of this music are timeless and unfold their refreshing power when you engage in listening to them.
Sri Swamiji himself repeatedly calls for not analyzing his music, but to experience it. Only then could it fully unfold its unique effect. The proceeds of the concert will benefit the various social facilities of the Datta Peethams in Mysore, India All are cordially invited to see, hear and experience their music on July 27, 2019 at 7:30 pm in the Congress Center (Kongresszentrum), Davos, Switzerland.