Steve Gorn met his guru, Sri Gour Goswami in 1971. He remembers the gifted young disciple, Gopal Roy, who became Eric Fraser’s guru 25 years later. Together, Steve and Eric deeply embody the gayaki vocal way of their gurus, who are descendants of the lineage of the legendary Pannalal Ghosh. Together their jugalbandi of two flutes seamlessly evokes the emotion of rasa, space and essence of raga.
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Steve Gorn’s bansuri is featured on the 2011 Grammy winning recording, Miho – Journey to the Mountain, with Dhruba Ghosh and the Paul Winter Consort, as well as the Academy Award winning documentary film, Born into Brothels. He has performed Indian Classical Music and new American Music on the bansuri bamboo flute in concerts and festivals throughout the world.
Eric Fraser is a multi-instrumentalist, educator, composer, and music therapist (MA, MT-BC). He is also a senior disciple of a living master of Indian classical music, bansuri flute artist Pandit Gopal Roy. Eric has studied and performed with renowned maestros of Indian music including Pandit Krishna Bhatt, Pandit Ramesh Mishra, Steve Gorn and Bollywood composer A.R Rahman at Carnegie Hall.
7pm: Doors Open / 8pm: Concert Begins
Sunday September 2nd
Barnspace at Race Brook Lodge
864 South Undermountain road ( AKA Rt 41 ) Sheffield, MA
Ticket Price: $15 Advance (plus booking fee) / $22 day of show
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Race Brook Lodge is a hidden gem in The Berkshires, at the foot of Mt. Race and a short hike from the Appalachian trail. The yoga & event barn at Race Brook is simultaneously rustic and sublime, steeped in hundreds of years of New England history. The Stagecoach Tavern is unpretentious fine dining, exquisite farm-to-table cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Much of the food is sourced from Race Farm, right on the property!