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 About the Artiste

Anupriya Deotale,Delhi

Maestro Anupriya is acknowledged as one of the most outstanding classical North Indian Violin artist of today. She has a unique style of her own, on the lines of fusion in which she blends the elements of "Gayaki" i.e. vocal rendering and "Tantarakari" i.e. instrumental rhythmic patterns, a manner in which not many are found playing the Violin in the entire sub continent. She has been described by the critics as having "A keen aesthetic sense with a flawless bowing technique". Further, her music combines the traditions of the Sarangi and Violin and is particularly well known for the subtle nuances that she infuses with a great deal of imagination in to her work. Her style of playing Violin is clearly distinguished by sweetness of emotional depth of her music.

A disciple of legendary Sarangi maestro Pandit Ramnarayan, Anupriya has also received guidance from the great Sitar maestro Ustad Shahid Parvez, Sarod Maestros Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and Pandit Mukesh Sharma.

Anupriya has created an enviable niche for herself in the field of fusion music and have worked with the musicians from France, Germany, Spain and Reunion Island. She also performed a very significant duet with Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan, a very well known vocalist of Pakistan
She has received a senior fellowship from the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. She has become the first Indian musician to receive the prestigious Ustad Salamat Ali and Nazakat Ali Khan award at Lahore (PAKISTAN) in December 2004. Anupriya is the first Indian classical female musician to be recorded for a programme by the Pakistan Television.

Anupriya has performed creditably at various major concerts in India, Spain, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, France, Slovenia, Hungary, UK, Canada, Reunion Island, Russia, Latvia, Singapore, Japan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Mauritius, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman and Pakistan.

In August 2008, she performed through Indian Council Of Cultural Relations, in Tunisia, Malta, Egypt and Israel.

Anupriya has a large number of CD recordings to her credit, which include India Calling and Call of Horizons released in Germany and Holland.

She has founded Ameer Khusro Centre For Music to promote the awareness, the knowledge and the cultural value of Indian Classical Music among the youth of India.

email: anupriyaviolin@yahoo.co.in