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Happy Diwali 2023! Diwali is one of the most eagerly awaited festivals in India. It is popularly known as the festival of lights, symbolizing the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. Diwali is a time for family gatherings, exchanging gifts, enjoying sumptuous feasts, and, most importantly, sharing love and good wishes with one another. We’d like to share that Brooklyn Raga Massive, an adventurous musicians’ collective that creates cross-cultural understanding through the lens of South Asian classical music, brings the ensemble, Tradition to Innovation, to Tilles Center's Krasnoff Theater on Sunday, November 19 at 3 pm. The program is a perfect introduction to audiences new to the genre of Indian Classical music. The term "raga" refers to a melodic mode in Indian music. Musicians Neel Murgai, Arun Ramamurthy, Damond Banks, Aaron Shag, Mir Naqibul, and Kane Mathis will take you on a journey, beginning with pure classical ragas from India and traveling towards contemporary adaptations in America. While standing on the shoulders of giants like Ravi Shankar and John Coltrane, the ensemble will present their original visions of raga music, reflective of their experiences with communities and cultures from across the world. Tradition to Innovation is excited to bring the spectrum of classical and contemporary forms of Indian music to you, so we hope you join us for this special afternoon! #Diwali #BrooklynRagaMassive #India #IndianMusic #RaviShankar #JohnColtrane #TillesCenter #LongIsland #LIUPost #ThingsToDoOnLongIsland #HappyDiwali
Violinist Midori makes her long awaited return to Tilles Center on Saturday, November 4 at 8 pm. Accompanying the renowned musician is Switzerland's Festival Strings Lucerne, one of the most distinguished chamber orchestras in Europe. Conductor Daniel Dodds will lead Midori and the Strings on a musical journey, in a program featuring works by Beethoven, Schumann, Honegger and Dubugnon. You can find the full program at TillesCenter.org.   Midori first burst onto the classical music scene when she debuted with the New York Philharmonic in 1982, at only age 11! Last year, in fact, marked the 40th anniversary of her professional debut. Since then, she has performed across the globe, performing with the world's major orchestras and conductors. Tilles Center had the honor in 1996 of presenting Midori in recital.   Not only is Midori a visionary artist, she is also an activist and educator who explores and builds connections between music and the human experience. She is the founder of Midori & Friends, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of children across NYC through high-quality music education programs. Midori is also a Messenger of Peace for the United Nations' "Act Now" initiative, whose mission is to bring greater peace and prosperity to all people and our planet. Midori's goal as a Messenger of Peace is to inspire young people through music education, driven by the vision that music can make the world a better place.   We hope you join us for an uplifting night of classical music with Midori and Festival Strings Lucerne! See link in bio for more information and tickets. Made possible by a generous gift from Manuel H. and Claire Barron. Classical music performances are made possible, in part, by the Classical Music Fund in honor of Dr. Elliott Sroka. #midori #festivalstringslucerne #classicalmusic #thingstodolongisland #thingstodoli