Imagine the pressure of following in the footsteps of your father and musical guru, the most famous and respected sitarist in the world, Ravi Shankar. But Anoushka Shankar has handled stratospheric expectations with grace and developed her own grandiloquent skills on her family’s main instrument. A composer steeped in Indian classical music (of course), Shankar began studying with her pop at age 7 and even began playing tamboura onstage with him at age 10. With such a rigorous apprenticeship, it’s not surprising she developed into a world-class musician. Her technique is marked by a calligraphic dexterity and profound emotional heft that showcase ragas’ innate, immortal psychedelic properties. Anoushka is advancing the Shankar legacy formidably into the future.
by Dave Segal
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