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CARNATIC SUNDAYS: FALU Falu is internationally recognized for her rare ability to seamlessly blend a signature modern inventive style with a formidable Indian classically-shaped vocal talent. In her early years in Bombay, singer Falu (aka Falguni Shah) was trained rigorously in the Jaipur musical tradition and in the Benares style of Thumrie, honing her talent for up to 16 hours a day. She later continued studying under the late sarangi/vocal master Ustad Sultan Khan, and continues to study with the legendary Smt. Kishori Amonkar (Jaipur style). Falu moved to the States in 2000 and was appointed as a visiting lecturer at Tufts University where she taught Indian Classical Music for 2 years. Falu's subsequent career in the States had led to a series of brilliant and high profile collaborations with Yo-Yo Ma, Wyclef jean, Philip Glass, Ricky Martin, Blues Traveler and A. R. Rahman amongst others. She was appointed Carnegie Hall's ambassador of Indian Music in 2006, where her shows at Zankel Hall have been consistently sold out (as part of the Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute series). One of Falu's most astonishing recent performances occurred alongside A.R. Rahman for President Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House for their First State dinner in Nov 2009. "Ethereal and Transcendent" - Billboard Magazine p> "Bridging cultural gaps with music...It's East and West, ancient and modern" - New York Times no cover $10 minimum
Neighborhood Concert: Falu Hailing from the Jaipur musical tradition, Falu’s genre-defining “Indie-Hindi” vocal style has been called “ethereal and transcendent” by Billboard magazine. With a mix of original songs in English flavored with classic Indian ragas and Bollywood numbers, Falu is widely recognized for seamlessly blending her signature modern rock style with an impressive vocal talent.