This quartet was formed especially for the Gharana Music Festival 2017. Nepali Quartet comprises of Salil Subedi, a didgeridoo player, who was also the one who brought the group together. Other than him, other key persons in this formation are Nepali Tabla maestro and composer Navaraj Gurung, Bansuri player Umesh Pandit, and youngest member of the group Ashesh Rai, who plays multiple instruments such as Khanjira, Guitar and Cajon.
The ongoing third Gharana Music Festival 2017 has brought together many national and international artists in Nepal under a single platform and has associated many known names for the festival. The festival is a celebration of music and talent that these artists have. MY CITY’s Nasana Bajracharya caught up with two Nepali bands that have collaborated with Gharana Music Foundation this year and talked about their experience and expectations from the Festival.
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KATHMANDU, Oct 31: It is said “We are what we eat”, may be that is why we Nepalis prefer hot and spicy food. Kathmandu is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions that bring along various cuisines from each corner of the country and abroad. With Newar population in majority, spicy choila and sour aalu tama are some relished snacks here.