Complete strangers can stand silent next to each other in an elevator and not even look each other in the eye. But at a concert, those same strangers could find themselves dancing and singing together like best friends. That's the power of music.

INDIAN MUSIC + INDIAN FUSION MUSIC

BHAKTI, KIRTAN, MANTRA

 

INSTRUMENTAL FUSION

INSTRUMENTAL CLASSICAL

SANTOOR AND TABLA / SITAR

CELEBRATION - DANCE

 

ghazal/sufi

DIWALI, NAVRATRI MUSIC

MUSIC COMBINED WITH INDIAN DANCES LIVE

CHANTING AND MANTRAS FROM OTHER TRADITIONS LIKE BHUDDIST MANTRAS

There's nothing better than live music.

It's raw energy, and raw energy feeds the soul.
 

Manish Vyas playing Santoor and Swarmandal St. Gallen

MUSIC IS A SYNONYM OF ATMOSPHERE.

WHO PUTS THE WRONG LIVE MUSIC, GETS THE WRONG AMBIENT.

 

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Manish is highly experienced in live presentations. Though Manish lives in Switzerland, his main band is in UK and they travel together to different events around the world. 

Manish Vyas and his band from India | Zen Concert Ahmdabad

“Music, once admitted to the soul,

becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies.”

Mantra Practice doesn't work if not well approached

when it comes to representing another tradition,

intention is not enough,

it needs proper training, skills and

mastering of the tradition's language and character.