Milun is ‘a meeting of two musical traditions’…four musicians come together in a joyous, energetic and colourful statement of unity. Through a series of performances, School and Community workshops this project looks at the cultural sensitivities around preserving the traditional arts of the South Asian and Irish Communities living in West Yorkshire. This aims to generate conversation and interest about cultures and traditions evoking an appreciation and value of diversity, ultimately encouraging social cohesion.
Surmeet Singh is a talented young Sitarist from a musical family born and brought up in England. He began learning Sitar at the age of six from his father, Ustad Dharambir Singh.
Chris O’Malley learned his music in the vibrant Irish scene in Leeds and on regular trips to his parents’ home counties of Mayo and Donegal. Although widely known for his piano playing, Chris is also accomplished on the accordion and guitar.
Upneet Singh is a gifted, young Tabla player who began learning at the tender age of 5. He is from a musical family and was born and brought up in England.
Sam Proctor is originally from Nottingham but moved to the South East five years ago and has since become an established fixture on the thriving traditional Irish session scene in London. Sam released his debut solo album ‘Natural Progression’ and received great critical acclaim.
North Indian Instrumentation, Western Instrumentation, Sitar
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