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IYS presents Rhythm of Peace concert
January 14, 2016, 12:42 pm
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Indian Youth Society is organizing a musical extravaganza with Vikram Hazra, a renowned artist, writer, philosopher, media producer, and social activist. The event will be held on Saturday, 30 January at American International School Maidan Hawally from 6 pm onwards.

Vikram for the past 18 years has travelled across the world conducting musical concerts that evoke deep experiences of positivity and upliftment for all those present. He doesn't just play music - he opens up a doorway for his audiences to experience the silence within.

Vikram has also extensively studied and researched folk traditions both in India and abroad. From the simplest of Indian folk songs to the poetry of Amir Khusrau, from the philosophy of poet-saints to contemporary blues and jazz, his concerts seamlessly melt diverse styles into an organic whole.

Vikram since his first album release in 1997, has been building up his reputation as one of the foremost singers of music in the world, with packed concerts in over 40 countries. He is also credited as being the first to successfully blend the sounds of the electric guitar as well as electronic/MIDI processing with ancient sounds to create an exciting blend which has captivated audiences across cultures worldwide.

Indian Youth Society of Kuwait, fondly known as IYS is a non-profitable organization registered with Indian Embassy of Kuwait, was founded by the initiative of like-minded young Indians with the vision of celebrating the Indian social and cultural values amongst the people of Kuwait.

IYS has been successful in gaining popularity and remains a strong and fast growing organization in Kuwait led by its founder members. IYS welcomes all individuals to join and serve the community.

For further details contact: 66361912, 66367438 and 96686912
Website: www.indianyouthkuwait.com; E-mail: iyskuwait@gmail.com

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