Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji
Nada Dhyana Raga Sagara
Music for Meditation
Saturday, 30.06.2018, 7.30 pm
University of the Arts, Berlin
The concerts of Sri Swamiji were named after Sanskrit terms of the ancient classical Indian music system:
Nada - Sound
Dhyana - Meditation
Raga - Musical Scale
Sagara - Ocean
Thus today’s concert is a meditation on the ocean of sounds and melodies. Based on a Raga – a specific musical scale – the musicians improvise according to particular rules.
„Don’t analyse. Listen with your heart and not with your intellect.“
- Sri Swamiji
Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji is an Indian musician and yoga master. He has explored the impact of music on all kinds of living beings for over three decades. Since 1987 He shares His discoveries and knowledge in worldwide concerts. Sri Swamiji's music is grounded in the ancient music system of India – which is thousands of years old – and yet its actuality fascinates the listeners around the world. The rules this music follows are timeless and unfold their refreshing power when the listener is able to get himself/herself into it. Sri Swamiji continuously invites people not to analyse but to experience the music – only then His music can evolve its full potential and results. The proceeds of the concert will support different social projects originated by Sri Swamiji.
All are welcome to see, to listen to and to experience Sri Swamiji and His musicians Jaitra Varanasi, Shankar Ramesh, Mani Tadepalli and Mahesh Bhatt on June, 30th 2018 at 7.30 pm in the concert hall of the University of the Arts in Berlin.