"Param Vir, born in India, is among the most gifted of contemporary composers for whom the example of the 20th-Century modernist masters remains a valid source of creative expression and renewal.  In particular, his operas are acknowledged to be fruitful contributions to the direction of music-theatre of the last two decades, as compelling in their theatricality as in their commitment to compassion and self-discovery." (Nicholas Williams) read more >


Stephen Burns conducted the American Premiere of RAGA FIELDS

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Charlotte Riedijk as West-Wind-Rising, in a keynote aria from the opera Black Feather Rising. Video by Hans Hijmering.

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20 December 2014

EMBRACING OTHERNESS - Creating a World for Raga Fields

In order to endow a new work with value, it is not necessary to call... more

12 November 2013

AN EAST-WEST FULCRUM POINT - Towards a Sarod Concerto

Conductor Stephen Burns with Soumik Datta and Param Vir Fulcrum Point Chicago... more

02 November 2013

CRITICAL ACCLAIM for Cave of Luminous Mind - Read a small selection of reviews

The performance of Cave of Luminous Mind at the BBC Proms on 21st August generated a... more


08 May 2015

The Royal Academy of Music - Percussion Ensemble plays THE DRUMS OF COURAGE

Duke's Hall Percussion Ensemble conducted by Neil Percy 1.05 p.m. Admisson... more

23 May 2015

Austrian Premiere of RAGA FIELDS

Klangforum Wien  conducted by Enno Poppe at the Wiener Konzerhaus, Vienna... more

06 June 2015

Netherlands Premiere of RAGA FIELDS

For 25 hours the Muziekgebouw aan ’t IJ will be changed into an utopic city... more

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