Mohit Dubey's Sophomore Recital
Mohit Dubey gave a tremendously successful full-length solo recital last year, his freshman year at Oberlin, and he was dubious about being able to do it again the very next year. But he came through, in spades, with another highly impressive, varied and again, incredibly successful full-length solo recital. He played selections from Scarlatti, Giuliani, Moreno-Torroba and Domeniconi, and ended with an intensely personal reading of the Shankar Raga for flute and guitar (with Karisma Palmore), to which he added an excellent tabla player for the full effect (Birsa Chatterjee). The audience went crazy. Here are some shots of the performance; the program follows.