Vinod Prasanna to perform morning ragas on flute

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As part of The Indian Sun‘s lockdown series on Facebook, Melbourne’s renowned musician Vinod Prasanna will live stream Morning Ragas at 10.30 am AEDT on 5 May. Based in Dandenong hills, Vinod Prasanna is an outstanding performer of authentic traditional and contemporary Indian music. Vinod has live streamed many performances in the past from the tranquil settings in the foothills of the Dandenong. Amidst COVID-19 restrictions, Vinod aims to share his blessings to soothe our nerves and mind with his blissful music.

Vinod’s emotive melodies, exquisite improvisations and divine flute song distinguish his performance of Indian classical, world and meditation music. Hailing from Varanasi, Vinod’s late grandfather, Pandit Vishnu Prasanna, introduced him to the art of bansuri playing. His uncle, Pandit Rajendra Prasanna also taught him and further inspired his playing. Vinod has performed and toured extensively throughout India and overseas, including France, Japan, Germany and now, Australia. In 2006, Vinod won the prestigious Sahara All India Flute Recital Competition.

Living in Melbourne since 2008, Vinod is a performing and recording artist, teacher, craftsman and ambassador of the Bansuri. Vinod has more than 17 years of performing and teaching experience and continues a family legacy that celebrates more than two-and-a-half centuries of Indian music.

His latest musical collaborations include joining musical forces with world-class percussionist, David Jones, and guitarist, Evripides Evripidou, to form Brothers, an Indian Jazz fusion/ambient groove ensemble. In 2012, Vinod and Chinese guzheng player extraordinaire, Mindy Meng Wang, formed “Journey to the West” to recreate ancient Indian and Chinese cross-cultural links and to bring the music of both countries closer to western ears. In 2012, Vinod toured Australia with Tibetan nun and singer, Ani Choying, playing, amongst other venues, in the Sydney Opera House and the Melbourne Recital Hall, to ecstatic audiences.


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