Zeroclassikal / Zeroclassikal Artists

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GIULIANO MODARELLI

Originally from Italy, Giuliano Modarelli is a London based guitarist, composer and producer with a unique voice.Having studied Jazz at University, he went on to develop through the Indian classical tradition studying under UK renowned sitarist Dharambir Singh, Indian classical maestro Buddhadev Dasgupta and his
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WILLIAM REES HOFMANN

William Rees Hofmann is a multi-instrumentalist specialising in both the Indian Sarod and the Afghan Rubab. Representing the musical lineages of the Maihar Gharana as well as that of Ustad Nabi Gol of Kabul, he has been studying sarod for the past twelve years under
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PRAVEEN PRATHAPAN

Praveen Prathapan has been described as one of the most versatile flute players in the world. Raised in the UK by a family of Bharatanatyam dancers, Praveen was introduced to the instrument by his father, has received advanced training from the late Dr. N Ramani,
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DEEPA NAIR RASIYA

London-born vocalist and composer Deepa Nair Rasiya has been making waves on the World Music platform internationally and is being increasingly recognized as a pioneering and innovative composer with a deeply soul-stirring vocal style. She is the first British Asian artiste to have won the
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JONATHAN MAYER

JONATHAN MAYER is the son of the late Kolkata composer John Mayer, Jonathan studied both sitar and composition at the Birmingham Conservatoire B.Mus (Hons). His works have been performed and commissioned by The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra, Docklands Sinfonia, Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic Orchestra,
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MADHUSOODANAN SATCHITHANANDAN

Madhusoodanan is a flutist based in London, who specialises in Indian Classical and film music. Madhusoodanan is the first student of "Venuganamani" P. Gnanavarathan and started learning from him in London. He has also learnt from S. Shashank and "Sikkil" Mala Chandrashekar during his brief