Thu. Dec 2nd, 2021

Tritha from North India

Tritha from North India to perform at AMF 2013 Sarawak

Miri will resonate with the sound of music as the inaugural Asia Music Festival takes place at the Eastwood Valley Golf & Country Club on the 4 & 5 October 2013.

13 Asian bands from the Philippines, Korea, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei have confirmed to perform at this festival. Among them will be the talented Tritha from India that will make her first-ever performance at the Asia Music Festival in Sarawak.

Tritha was born in Kolkata. She started training in North Indian classical music at the age of five and never stopped. She has forged her own unique, inclusive sound and has already gained critical and popular acclaim for her songs.

Tritha’s dusky tones and throbbing intensity, vibrating and moving emotional commitment, thrills her audience and leaves the public spellbound.

For the past four years, Tritha has also toured in Europe, including performances in famous venues such as Lieu Unique (Nantes), Il Posto (Verona), La Bellevilloise, Cabaret Sauvage, Bus Palladium, Satellit Café and St Eustache Church (Paris). She is a truly global artist, always eager to discover new cultures and sounds.

As a woman, Tritha has suffered her share of harassment and discrimination in her country. She feels that her live performances and her recent success as an original musician in India give confidence to other women to assert themselves and follow their dreams. She is an ardent supporter of women’s rights in the country.

She includes her ideas in her songs with “Lyrics that deal with women’s liberation, social oppression and sexual exploitation” (Hindustan Times). In June 2012, she was featured on a full page in Marie Claire India as one among the ten most interesting young Indian women and that same month in Tehelka Magazine.

Tritha’s picture has been travelled wide in 2011 and 2012 with the exhibition Women Changing India, organized by the Magnum Photo Agency and BNP Paribas.

Conclusion

Asia Music Festival Tickets are still available at Visitor’s Information Centres in Miri (085-434180). For enquiries, contact Sarawak Tourism Board at 082-423600 or log on to www.asiamusicfestival.net and www.facebook.com/VisitSarawak for more updates.

You can also view a list of the other Music Festivals in Sarawak as they take place throughout the year in various cities here.

By David

David Hogan Jr, a Malaysian travel writer, photographer and amateur film-maker since 1998. Semi-retired and manages award-winning travel blog Malaysia-Asia and Bird Watching Asia. Now active in bird watching and relaxing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *