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Trilok Gurtu

Waltons World Masters Series

‘Jazz man, Indian classicist, mentor of the British-Asian underground and global fusionist….Gurtu’s vision burns clear and bright.’
– The Times


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Performance

When Tuesday, 1 April 2003
Where National Concert Hall, Dublin, Main Auditorium
Presented by Waltons New School of Music

Trilok Gurtu Group

Trilok Gurtu • Percussion
Roop Kumar • Vocals
Ravi Chary • Sitar
Jerry Lipkins • Keyboards, Sampling


‘World music without a cliché in earshot.’
The Guardian

‘What’s Trilok Gurtu’s secret? How can a tabla player trained in classical Indian percussion fill a venue to overflowing for two consecutive shows?’
Los Angeles Times

Trilok Gurtu is a five-time winner of Best Percussionist in DownBeat magazine’s critics’ poll. He has played with everyone who is anyone at the sharp edge of world fusion and modern jazz and enthralled audiences all over the world with compositions that link subtle Indian and African rhythms with elements of jazz, rock and funk. For this, the inaugural concert of the Waltons World Masters Series, he performed with a stellar group of Indian and international musicians.

Percussion Masterclass

When Wednesday, 2 April 2003
Where National Concert Hall, Dublin, John Field Room
Presented by
Waltons New School of Music
in association with National Concert Hall Education & Outreach
Supported by IRMA Trust, RTÉ lyric fm

For this open masterclass, two talented Irish percussionists learned some of the techniques of this undisputed ‘world master’.

Trilok Gurtu
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