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Ansuman Biswas and Guests – Concert

part 1

The performance was a re-imagining of some Tagore songs in a universal, trans-national context. The Bengali poetry was refracted through a lens made up of European free improvisation, Western orchestral music and Amharic song.

The ensemble comprised:
Ansuman Biswas – musical direction
Guillaume Viltard – bass
Ian Smith – trumpet
Marlies van Gengelen – oboe
Haymanot Tesfa – voice

part 2

Text

This is a collection of texts shared by the members of the Research Group

Notes from the first meeting, at Iniva, London November 2013
The Post Office by Rabindranath Tagore
Japan a Lecture by Rabindranath Tagore
Extracts from Old Letters by Rabindranath Tagore
Rabindranath Tagore and Asian Universalism, by Sugata Bose
Another Asia, by Rustom Bharucha
The Home and the World by Rabindranath Tagore
Notes from Workshop 2, Santiniketan, February 2014
Curating, Pedagogy – Some Thoughts for Santiniketan, 2014, by Andrea Phillips
Sriniketan Experiment in Rural Reconstruction by Usha Makherjee
The Idea of Santiniketan: A Personal Understanding, by Pulak Dutta
Some Aspects of National Education and the Taman Siswa Institute of Jogjkarta, by Ki Hadjar Dewantara
Notes from Workshop 3, Iniva-Tagore Centre, London March 2014.
Tagore’s Post Office NGBK’s exhibition invite
Dakghar, Notes Towards Isolation and Recognition, by Landings
Tagore in conversation with Albert Einstein
Notes from workshop 4, Berlin April 2014.
Last Passage of Rabindranath Tagore’s Speech at Berlin Friedrich Wilhelm University, Berlin 1921
The Sexologist and the Poet: On Magnus Hirschfeld, Rabindranath Tagore, and the Critique of Sexual Binarity by J. Edgar Bauer
Tagore, Pedagogy and Contemporary Visual Cultures a Collective Bibliography