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Harvard Tamil Chair - New England - Indosoul - Karthick Iyer Live At Boston

Bamiela Venkat
09/14/2017

Harvard Tamil Chair - New England - Indosoul - Karthick Iyer
Live at Boston

Harvard Tamil Chair is a non-profit organization aiming to bring the Chair for the oldest and richest Tamil Language in the prestigious Harvard University. This is the greatest opportunity for every Tamil in this New England Area.

What is it about “good” music that strikes such a deep chord with us - no matter where it comes from? Is it the genre, the beat, the instruments, the notes, the voice or something else? Exploring answers to this question has been a rewarding 20+year journey for Karthick Iyer, culminating in the creation of his own unique style of music called IndoSoul

An electric violin, a mridangam, an acoustic guitar, bass and drums along with vocals form the core of the band, Karthick Iyer Live. Often seen collaborating with diverse musicians, the band breaks down superficial barriers between genres, instruments, cultures, languages to bring out the deep commonalities that define Indosoul. 

“The Indian civilization has stood the test of time, welcoming and absorbing numerous cultures along the way - reinventing itself with every addition, but never losing its depth. In a similar vein, IndoSoul goes beyond the confines of genre, seeks out and welcomes other musical influences - while retaining its core identity of Indianness” - Karthick Iyer.

Karthick & Team has agreed to do the concert for the Harvard Tamil Chair Fundraiser soulfully. Please make yourself available for this noble cause on Sep 30th Saturday at Sanborn Middle School, Concord - MA between 5:30 and 8:30 pm. Seating begins at 5:00 pm.

Let us join the lovely band for the great indian fusion music on the Vijayadasami/Dussehra Evening.



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