Maharishi Gandharva Veda Concert: Saturday, March 23, 2019 at 8 pm in Dalby Hall and LIVE STREAMED
Reshma’s concerts are a rare opportunity to hear traditional Indian music in all its perfection. —JB
World-famous sitarist Reshma Srivastava will be coming to Fairfield from India to offer a CONCERT FOR WORLD PEACE AND PERFECT HEALTH: Saturday evening, March 23 at 8:00 in Dalby Hall and online. Reshma will perform this concert with the theme to generate blissful and health-creating Maharishi Gandharva Veda music for the individual and for the world.
THIS CONCERT WILL BE LIVE STREAMED and will be available to view afterwards for up to 14 days. These are evening ragas to be viewed in the evening. If you are viewing the live stream, you should be located in North or South America. Otherwise, you can view the video at the appropriate time for your location. (Links and passwords will be emailed to you when you buy tickets.)
Tickets are $20, or $35 for reserved seating in the first three rows (center section). Discounted tickets are available for $15 for full-time students, MUM and Maharishi School Staff and Faculty, Full-Time Governors, IAA grant recipients, and anyone who is retired and cannot otherwise afford the concert. Tickets are available online below or at the door.
“Gandharva music is universal.
It is at home with every land, with every man, with every society.
It is the language of bliss, the science and art of bliss, the song of Nature.”
– Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Reshma Srivastava is one of the most remarkable sitar players—next to Ravi Shankar! Listening to her play is transformational–a sound like no other. –DD
Reshma’s concert was amazing! The music of her sitar filled the hall like an entire orchestra. Beautiful! —ML
Reshma’s talent is astonishing. Her concert was superb! —JT
Reshma is a world-class sitartist and has recently been honored by the Government of India with the prestigious title, Sangeet Shiromani Saman which means “A leading contributor the to field of Music”. She also holds the titles of “Surmani”, and “Prayag Gaurav”, translated as “the pride of the confluence of the three holy rivers.” Reshma is considered one of the top female sitarists in the world and has performed all over Europe and North America, as well as India. She has also performed for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on numerous occasions.
Will I get a printed ticket?
Your ticket(s) will be in the email receipt that you get when you purchase them. You can print them out or you can show it on your cellphone, or you can give your name at the door and we will look up your information and give you printed tickets.
How do I view the live stream?
A link and password will be sent to you when you buy tickets. The livestream will be saved online afterwards for two weeks. These are evening ragas, so you will want to view them in the evening. All of North and South America can view them as a livestream. Others will need to wait until the appropriate times.
Do I qualify for the discounted rate?
The discounted rate is for MUM and Maharishi School students/staff/faculty and IAA grant recipients, as well as full-time Governors. Also, anyone who is retired and cannot otherwise attend the concert can choose the discounted rate.
What is the refund policy?
A full refund is available for any cancellations made before the concert begins. Please email email@example.com to request a refund.
How can I contact the organizer of the event?
This event is organized by MUM Continuing Education. Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 641-919-0045.
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