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Amritpal Singh Rasiya


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Amritpal Singh Rasiya

Amritpal Singh Rasiya is UK's foremost representative of the Ustad Allarakha legacy. A vibrant musician whose recognition is growing fast to be one of Europe's leading Tabla players, representing the 'Punjab Gharana' school of Tabla and senior disciple of one of the world's finest Tabla players, Pandit Yogesh Samsi.

Amritpal has been actively performing in many prestigious events, namely guest artist at the BBC Dance Proms at Royal Albert Hall, television appearance as guest artist on BBC Young Dancer and recently led a four Tabla player ensemble concert at the prestigious Darbar Festival at Southbank, London.

With a diverse array of skills, known for his in depth understanding of complex rhythms as well having the ability to grasp spontaneous musical patterns on the spot. His experience ranges from performing Tabla solo as well as accompanying Dance (Contemporary, Kathak) along with Indian Classical Instrumental and Vocal styles. Able to perform with many genres of music, he has accompanied the likes of Indian Classical, Western Classical, Jazz and Fusion as well as Meditative/Spiritual music with some of the leading masters in their fields.

Keen to share his knowledge, Amritpal is also actively involved in teaching and performing lecture demonstrations around the world as well as running regular Tabla/Rhythm classes and workshops. Amritpal is a key sound therapist for StressManagement.co.uk and the Institute Of Mindfulness and Transpersonal Psychology (Alhama, Spain) hosting a number of wellbeing retreats across the world.

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