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Crosscurrents: Zakir Hussain and Dave Holland

Hosted by a member of the Dallas Arts & Culture Group
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Took place 4 weeks 2 days ago
Wed 25 Oct 19:30 - 20:00

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A classical tabla virtuoso of the highest order, Zakir Hussain is well-known for his constant explorations of music from around the world. His latest ensemble, CrossCurrents, attempts to portray all directions of inspiration between the idioms of jazz and Indian music.

The great bassist Dave Holland, a player with one of the most distinguished careers in jazz, brings his singular vision to the group. The ensemble pays tribute to pioneering musicians and composers on opposite sides of the world who built a bridge which could be traversed in both directions.

Hussain says of CrossCurrents: “The influence of Indian classical music on jazz is widely known. Less known, however, is the influence of jazz on the popular music of India. Jazz first came to India by way of the Hollywood musicals of the Protected content and’ 40s and quickly influenced the music of India’s burgeoning film industry. The improvisational nature of jazz was familiar to Indian composers and musicians, who found a way to incorporate jazz harmonies and chord progressions into their work. As a few decades passed, and as the West was enjoying the inspiration of Indian classical music, certain musicians came to influence popular music in India in a big way. Among these are jazz pianist Louiz Banks, jazz guitarist Sanjay Divecha, and superstar composer/vocalist Shankar Mahadevan.”

CrossCurrents is:
Zakir Hussain, tabla
Dave Holland, bass
Chris Potter, saxophone
Ganesh Rajagopalan, violin/vocals
Louiz Banks, keyboards
Sanjay Divecha, guitar
Gino Banks, drums

Please note this is an outdoor event. Prohibited items include outside food, drinks, coolers, pets, strollers, weapons, umbrellas and laser pointers. Patrons with tickets in the lawn may bring blankets and chairs with less than a four-inch rise. Concessions will be available for purchase.

Lawn Tickets at $ Protected content higher for reserved seats. Online additional handling fee of $ Protected content there is $ Protected content Free Parking after 6:00 on ROSS / San Jacinto or Lot on Ross is $8.00

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