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Deepak Ram Edit Info
Producer, Composer, Instrument Player

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SAMA AWARD 2000 Best Instrumental Album (Searching For Satyam) SAMA AWARD 1999 Nominated Best Artist and Best Instrumental Album ARTS and HUMANITIES AWARD 2007 (Indo-American Chamber of Commerce)
Senior disciple of world-renowned bansuri maestro Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia Best Instrumental Album, South African Music Awards, 2000 Nominated Best Male Artist & Best Instrumental Album, South African Music Awards, 1999 Deepak Ram's first love is north Indian classical music. Indeed, he is an accomplished soloist.... More Senior disciple of world-renowned bansuri maestro Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia Best Instrumental Album, South African Music Awards, 2000 Nominated Best Male Artist & Best Instrumental Album, South African Music Awards, 1999 Deepak Ram's first love is north Indian classical music. Indeed, he is an accomplished soloist. He is a delightful and captivating performer, combining technical mastery with personal charm. He has performed in the United States of America (where he is currently based), South Africa, India, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Taiwan ,Austria, Germany, Lebanon, Turkey and Holland and had the honor of accompanying his teacher, Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, in Geneva, London and Paris. Deepak began his formal training in bansuri and tabla under Sri Jeram Bhana in South Africa in 1975. Two years later he was off to Mumbai, India to study flute under the late Sri Suryakant Limaye (India's master flute maker); he simultaneously spent a short time under flautist, Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao. It was in 1981 that his dream was realized when he became the disciple of the celebrated flautist, Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia . During this period he also studied tabla under Sri Yashwant Padhye and music theory and voice under Pandit Rajaram Shukla. Deepak earned a Masters degree in Music (MMus) from Rhodes University, South Africa, in 1996 for his thesis, “Exploring Syncretism Between Indian and Western Music Through Composition”. On January 1 2000, Deepak performed with South African musicians like Sibongile Khumalo and the Rwandan diva, Cecile, on Robben Island in South Africa's millennium concert hosted by presidents Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki. Deepak has eleven solo albums to his credit and as a session musician can be heard on over sixty albums. His bansuri can also be heard on movie soundtracks, such as “The Fast And The Furious”, “Matrix Revolutions”, “India, Kingdom of the Tiger”, “Stealth” and “Before The Rains”. Edit
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