World Music Institute is a not-for-profit concert organization founded in and dedicated to the research, presentation and documentation of the finest in traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world. WMI presents a full season of concerts each year in New York City, and arranges national tours by visiting musicians from abroad, as well as US-based artists. WMI works closely with culturally specific organizations to promote its events. Many concerts are presented as thematic series. WMI has brought many musical, dance and ritual traditions to the New York stage for the first time, including Laotian sung poetry, folk music of Khorason and Bushehr Iran , songs of the Yemenite Jews, Bardic divas of Central Asia, trance ceremonies from Morocco, music from Madagascar, and Theyyams masked dances of Kerala, South India. Many artists have been given their U. Description Description World Music Institute is a not-for-profit concert organization founded in and dedicated to the research, presentation and documentation of the finest in traditional and contemporary music and dance from around the world.
WMI Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Concert Series
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See full schedule, with venue, artist, and ticketing info below. In keeping with WMI's tradition of often being first to introduce NYC audiences to up-and-coming global music talents, we're excited to present five NYC debut concerts. The ORIGINS series highlights artists who delve into the folklore and roots of their respective culture's music to tell the story of their origins, preserving and affirming cultural identities and legacies. This series exposes these artists to wider audiences while celebrating the diversity of our city. Born into a musical family, Saraswathi Ranganathan is an Indian Classical veena artist and cross-cultural musical ambassador. The veena is a precursor to the sitar used in Southern Indian or Carnatic music, known for its mellow bass tone. Saraswathi is passionate about bringing the sounds of the veena to audiences through concerts, cross-genre collaborations, lecture-demonstrations, and educational outlets including her non-profit school Ensemble of Ragas.
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