A collaborative concert by ‘The Terra Rosa Gypsies’
The Terra Rosa Gypsies are all set to unleash a feast of music and dance in a collaboration with Indian and international artistes, at a concert titled ‘Jamgarh’, which will be held on January 23 and 24, 2019 in Mandrem. The extravaganza includes performances by the Terra Rosa Gypsies; Rock & Blues legend Bernie Marsden; Spanish Flamenco by Las Tablas; poetry by Bollywood lyricist & poet, Shellee; and performances by danseuse from ColombiaAn experience, a spectacle of music and dance is what one will get to see at ‘JAMGARH’- a collaborative concert tour by ‘The Terra Rosa Gypsies’, that’s coming to Goa.
The Terra Rosa Gypsies are all set to unleash a feast of music and dance in a collaboration with Indian and international artistes, over a multi-city extravaganza titled “Jamgarh”. The event includes performances by the Terra Rosa Gypsies; Rock & Blues legend Bernie Marsden; Spanish Flamenco by Las Tablas; poetry by Bollywood lyricist & poet, Shellee; and performances by danseuse from Colombia. While the Terra Rosa Gypsies band are a powerful new sound in Indian independent Sufi and Rock Fusion music, guitarist Bernie Marsden is no stranger to rock music fans. In a dazzling career spanning several decades, he has produced a copious body of work with a slew of bands as well as a soloist. He is perhaps best known for his hits with the legendary rock band ‘Whitesnake’, such as ‘Here I Go Again’ and ‘Ain’tNo Love’. The Madrid based, Las Tablasare the world’s foremost exponents of the Spanish Flamenco. The concert series kicked off on January 16, 2019 at the Sri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi, and end with a two-day event on January 23 & 24 at the Riva Beach Resort in Goa. This is an exceptional, truly distinctive, multi-city concert tour - Delhi, Dehradun, DLF/Gurgaon, Chandigarh with the grand finale in Goa - in perhaps a never-before format. Not just one act but a medley of dazzling performances of music, dance and poetry. Featuring over 20 highly acclaimed International and Indian artists, each concert promises to be a fiesta of scintillating music, dance and poetry. . Not just one act, but a medley of riveting performances, all in one evening, tied up into a sizzling multi-city concert tour – 5 fantastic venues; 6 magical nights. For the two day festival in Goa, there will additionally be a travelling musicians performance and an EDM set. These collaborative projects come together as Jamgarh Music Festival Concert Tour, a live continuance of a musical journey blending true rock, blues and Indian fusion with Spanish and Latin dance rhythms. Jamgarh will see Bernie Marsden performing his chart-topping hits; Terra Rosa Gypsies perform some of their best songs, ranging from soulful, uplifting melodies, to high-tempo rock beats belted out by some incredibly talented musicians and Las Tablas showcasing the passion of Spanish Flamenco. Vineet Sharma, Curator of the Jamgarh Music Festival & Concert Tour had this to say on the collaboration: “Great entertainment is the core of our event. We have curated this whole set to bring together the beauty of different styles of music, and enhance it further by adding a parallel dimension of flamenco dance. Our aim has been to create a show that offers something for everyone in the audience.” He describes the Terra Rosa Gypsies asa group of wanderers and performers, closely connected to earth and nature, who believe that they bring that earthy magic to theirmusic as well. “The collaboration with Bernie Marsden came from our combined love for music, but we never expected the result to be so good. Now we’re excited to share it with the audience.” Sanjay Malik, the Festival director, adds: “Indian audiences are evolving and want music that has a global appeal. Jamgarh is more than just a music event. It brings together both international and Indian artistes who are breaking the boundaries within their genres across various performing arts. Jamgarh is about pushing the envelope and exploring the beauty of music and movement in its many different ways. This is just the first in a series of events from ‘Bodhisatva’, where we aim to create properties that will engage audiences through fresh, mixed-performance formats.”
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