The New & Avant-garde Music Store
DAME’s Annual Happy Holidays Sale!50%30%15% discount Click to see

Ganesh Anandan More from the Blog

New Release for Wiens

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Nouveautés

In 1991, Rainer Wiens found himself inside Burma as the Karen Rebel Army were fighting to overthrow the military dictatorship, which still rules the country today. Free Burma is an idiosyncratic mix of rhythmic complexity and textural variety, old and new, north and south. The album is dedicated to the people of Burma and all proceeds will go towards helping that cause.

News from Ganesh Anandan

Tuesday, May 20, 2008 Général

After several solo concerts, residencies and collaborations in Italy, Austria, Czech Republic and Germany, percussionist, improviser, instrument builder Ganesh Anandan is back in Montréal until mid-June. He is presently mixing a CD he did in Wuppertal (Germany) with daxophonist Hans Reichel. The CD entitled Self Made focuses on two instruments builders and their respective instrument, namely the Daxophone and Shruti Stick. Afterwards, Ganesh Anandan will return to Prague, his home base in Europe for the summer, with concerts and collaborations in various places.

March 12, 2005: New East-West Meeting with Anandan, Tétreault, Wiens…

Friday, March 4, 2005 En concert

MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) presents inspiring East-West meetings on March 11 and 12, 2005 by bringing together talented musicians with an unusual variety of instruments in a never-before-experienced improvisational combo. Ganesh Anandan (percussions and voice), Ziya Tabassian (percussions), Martin Tétreault (turntables), Rainer Wiens (prepared guitar) and Kiya Tabassian (setar) each will draw from the strong tradition of musical improvisation within their culture to create a new and unusual sound.

East-West Meeting with Anandan, Tétreault, Goldstein, Wiens…

Monday, November 29, 2004 En concert

MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels) presents inspiring East-West meetings on December 10 — 11, 2004, by bringing together talented musicians with an unusual variety of instruments in a never-before-experienced improvisational combo. Ganesh Anandan, Ziya Tabassian, Martin Tétreault, Malcolm Goldstein, Rainer Wiens, Kiya Tabassian and , each will draw from the strong tradition of musical improvisation within their culture to create a new and unusual sound.

By continuing browsing our site, you agree to the use of cookies, which allow audience analytics.