Global Music and Dance Festival
Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony (TACH) a non-profit organization from Reno, Nevada presents Global Music and Dance festival in July, 2014.
A four day concert will present an unprecednted collaboration of Indo-American artists performing an Indian Dance, Indian Classical music along with Jazz, Fusion, Saxophone, Flute, Harp and many more. Top artists performing presenting the events on July 12th, 25th, 26th & 27th are:
Adam Levy (Los Angeles), whose playing has been featured on recordings by major label artist such as Norah Jones (her first three albums), Tracey Chapman (New Beginning) and Amos Lee (Amos Lee). His solo on Norah Jones “Come Away with Me” is more understand – a simple, earnest plea echoing the sentiment of the song.
Sushmita Srikanth (India / USA), Bharatnatyam, has performed for the last fourteen years and has participated in many productions and cultural events including Panchadasa Natya Samaroh.
Jimmy Robinson (New Orleans), who appeared in a concert with Bella Feck, Jeff Beck, John Fahey, Steven Stills, John McLaughlin and the Mahavishnu Orchestra. According to “The Huffington Post”: “Robinson is nothing short of Brilliant……..”.
Dallas Smith (Reno), who easily moves between the melodic quality of the flute to the sensual richness of the saxophone and clarinet and on the magic of the electric wind instrument.
Susan Mazer (Reno), who effort to set a new standard for excellence and artistry as a harpist in the contemporary instrumental jazz and pop music genres, Susan ventured into technological realm of amplification.
Chakrapani Singh (Reno), who is truly a rare instrumentalist with an unique repertoire ranging from traditional, classical compositions on the slide guitar to his innovative, renditions on the Kachappi Veena.
TACH (Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony) works on Global Artist Management, Cultural Exchange Program, Music Education, Fusion Music Collaboration & Development, Education, organizing an annual music festival.
TACH provides a cultural exchange program and promote cross cultural fusion music collaborations which contribute to developing harmony and understanding between eastern and western culture. It also recognize the artists of USA and beyond with “Award of Excellence”, to recognize artists having an extra ordinary ability in the field of music.
To find more about TACH, please visit: www.tach.info