In an exciting update for Nepali folk lovers, a renowned folk music event titled ‘Jamarko’ is being held at Patan Museum, Kathmandu on November 04, 2017.
The event, being organized by Project Sarangi, will host live performances by over 90 musicians and bands such as Sakchyam, Miku and Panchamrit, among others.
The show is primarily targeted at encouragement of young Nepali musicians passionate about and playing traditional folk instruments.
“The event was organized to provide a platform for upcoming musicians dabbling in different forms of Nepali ethnic music and creating music out of traditional folk instruments,” says Kiran Nepali of Project Sarangi.
“We will have traditional percussion groups, Tungna players from the mountains and the youths who have been pursuing traditional-enriched instruments, for the event,” he adds.
Project Sarangi is a group of sarangi players that works for the preservation and promotion of the Sarangi art by crafting souvenirs and professional-grade instruments to encourage the craftsmanship alive.
The organization has also been conducting various special classes for Sarangi players across the Kathmandu Valley.
Through this concert, Project Sarangi intends to bring out budding musicians who have been in the Project’s three-month long workshop that was held from March-May 2017.
The concert starts has been scheduled to begin at 2 pm and lasts till 8 PM on November 04, 2017.