Six Strings and a Mouthful – Events in Ahmedabad

07:30 PM

Project Otenga
Ahmedabad University, Office Campus, Commerce Six Crossroads, Ahmedabad, India 380009

With tickets

2018-03-08 19:30:00 2018-03-09 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Six Strings and a Mouthful - Events in Ahmedabad

A live audio gastro experience inspired by the art movement of Romanticism. A five-course gastronomical meal, synchronized with harmonious tunes by Guitarist Aditya Gandhi.

To Participate,
Kabyashree Borgohain – 9723549105 | Leena Jain – 8866585707

Participation Cost – Rs. 2000 per head.

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The period of Romanticism is the beginning of philosophy and marks a rebellion against standardization and industrialization. Further it went on to create a fascination for individualism and a ‘humane’ approach towards life by depicting raw human emotions through art, music or literary musings.
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Aditya Gandhi

“We watched as his hands slid along the fret board, like ocean waves on a calm sunny day. The music was hauntingly beautiful, and the occasional thump on the guitar made Indian guitarist Aditya Gandhi’s performance, a thriller to watch” -The Sunday Times (2017)

Aditya Gandhi has performed across India, Sri Lanka, Scotland and United States, including venues such as Ganz Hall in Chicago, Guinness Room and Stevenson Concert Hall in Glasgow, Calcutta School of Music, and Alliance Francaise in Ahmedabad. Most recently, Aditya presented a solo concert at the Russian Centre in Colombo in January 2018, and is currently touring India with a concert series titled Prelude and Leaps, which has so far run successful shows in Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda, in its first leg. He has also performed self-conceptualised concerts titled Nocturnal, Iberian Nights (in collaboration with mezzo soprano, Ankna Arockiam) and Songe Capricorne in partnership with Alliance Francaise Ahmedabad.

Aditya is a graduate of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Bachelors of Music), and Chicago College of Performing Arts (Masters of Music) under world-renowned guitarist Denis Azabagic. Aditya’s goal is to shake up the preconceived notions modern audiences have about ‘art music’, by collaborating and curating concert experiences in a way that is more accessible and reflective of contemporary culture. 

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Kabyashree Borgohain

With a curious quench for strategizing design solutions for various issues of the world, Kabyashree is known for her meticulous, spontaneous yet systematic, cheerful attitude.

A Design strategist, a gastronomical food researcher and cook, Kabyashree is an alumnus of the prestigious National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar – Strategic Design Management (M.Des’14) and the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai – Fashion and Lifestyle Accessories (B.Des’09). With a thorough experience in Design and Design Education over the years, Kabyashree began Project Otenga with a passion for food, experience and design as a part of her Graduation Project Thesis at NID which evolved from a house café in Gandhinagar to a full-fledged space in Ahmedabad University campus, Ahmedabad. She belongs to Assam, natively.

Project Otenga
Ahmedabad University, Office Campus, Commerce Six Crossroads, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

A live audio gastro experience inspired by the art movement of Romanticism. A five-course gastronomical meal, synchronized with harmonious tunes by Guitarist Aditya Gandhi.

To Participate,
Kabyashree Borgohain – 9723549105 | Leena Jain – 8866585707

Participation Cost – Rs. 2000 per head.

____

The period of Romanticism is the beginning of philosophy and marks a rebellion against standardization and industrialization. Further it went on to create a fascination for individualism and a ‘humane’ approach towards life by depicting raw human emotions through art, music or literary musings.
___

Aditya Gandhi

“We watched as his hands slid along the fret board, like ocean waves on a calm sunny day. The music was hauntingly beautiful, and the occasional thump on the guitar made Indian guitarist Aditya Gandhi’s performance, a thriller to watch” -The Sunday Times (2017)

Aditya Gandhi has performed across India, Sri Lanka, Scotland and United States, including venues such as Ganz Hall in Chicago, Guinness Room and Stevenson Concert Hall in Glasgow, Calcutta School of Music, and Alliance Francaise in Ahmedabad. Most recently, Aditya presented a solo concert at the Russian Centre in Colombo in January 2018, and is currently touring India with a concert series titled Prelude and Leaps, which has so far run successful shows in Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat and Baroda, in its first leg. He has also performed self-conceptualised concerts titled Nocturnal, Iberian Nights (in collaboration with mezzo soprano, Ankna Arockiam) and Songe Capricorne in partnership with Alliance Francaise Ahmedabad.

Aditya is a graduate of Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (Bachelors of Music), and Chicago College of Performing Arts (Masters of Music) under world-renowned guitarist Denis Azabagic. Aditya’s goal is to shake up the preconceived notions modern audiences have about ‘art music’, by collaborating and curating concert experiences in a way that is more accessible and reflective of contemporary culture. 

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Kabyashree Borgohain

With a curious quench for strategizing design solutions for various issues of the world, Kabyashree is known for her meticulous, spontaneous yet systematic, cheerful attitude.

A Design strategist, a gastronomical food researcher and cook, Kabyashree is an alumnus of the prestigious National Institute of Design, Gandhinagar – Strategic Design Management (M.Des’14) and the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai – Fashion and Lifestyle Accessories (B.Des’09). With a thorough experience in Design and Design Education over the years, Kabyashree began Project Otenga with a passion for food, experience and design as a part of her Graduation Project Thesis at NID which evolved from a house café in Gandhinagar to a full-fledged space in Ahmedabad University campus, Ahmedabad. She belongs to Assam, natively.




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