Sacred Music from Nepal
Manish Shrestha Vivartana (Kathmandu) Composer, arranger and multi -instrumentalist, was born in Kathmandu (Nepal). He graduated in Ethnomusicology at the University of Kathmandu. During the race, he studied various world music and classical music of this. He specialised in the sarod, the main instrument of classical music of Nepal and northern India with Suresh Raj Bajracharya, and voice Prabhu Raj Dhakal, renowned musicians from Nepal. It started in 2002 search and interest in spirituality and discovered yoga Yoga in Hansada Asram in Nepal. There he learned Vishuddha Stato-Dynamic Yoga and meditation with the disciples of Swami Satchitananda Visuddhadev. Keep practising yoga and meditation daily and combines music with spirituality in their concerts, trying to get the public to reach a state of relaxation and peace. In his concerts combines the deep and thoughtful sound of the sarod with the oldest instrument, the voice.