PRESS

 

"Lakshay and Aayush have been acknowledged as one of the greatest cultural motivators and icons for the younger generation"

MILLENIUM POST, DELHI

 

"Lords of the Strings"

THE HINDU, BANGALORE

 

"The two young protégés are the first Indians to perform at The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles"

TIMES OF INDIA  May 1, 2015

 

"From a music conference in Boston to The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles--Lakshay and Aayush Mohan have come to be known as the harbingers of Indian classical music."

INDIA TODAY May1, 2016

 

"The young Lakshay Mohan and Aayush Mohan, two brothers playing sitar and sarod, hailing from the Maihar Gharana are well-known amongst the music fraternity and art connoisseurs. music fraternity and audience."

THE HINDU May 11, 2016

 

"They have been touring the US for the last month and have enthralled audiences at reputed classical music festivals in various cities with their Sitar-Sarod duets. "

The TIMES OF INDIA  May 1, 2015

 

"This dynamic duo is striving to completely change the concept of Indian Classical music in India and abroad. Their experimentation with different forms of music have made them extremely popular amongst all audiences."

SAKAAL TIMES August 2, 2016

 

“A trio comprising of Lakshay Mohan on Sitar, Aayush Mohan on Sarod and Barry Phillips on Cello””

LOS ANGELES WEEKLY

 

“They impressed with their serious musical attitude and no-nonsense approach””

THE HINDU August 3, 2012

 

"They mesmerized listeners with Raga Bihag and Zila Kafi"

ASIAN AGE< October 5, 2010

 

The bothers bring about a harmony through the collective sounds of their Sitar & Sarod"

DECCAN CHRONICLEJuly 26, 2016

 

“The brothers bring about a harmony through the collective sounds of their Sitar & Sarod”
— Deccan Chronicle, Bangalore
“A trio comprising of Lakshay Mohan on Sitar, Aayush Mohan on Sarod and Barry Phillips on Cello”
— Los Angeles Weekly
“Lakshay Mohan and Aayush Mohan are gaining popularity for their jugalbandis”
— The Hindustan Times
“They impressed with their serious musical attitude and no-nonsense approach”
— The Hindu
“Synchronised Magic”
— Times of India, Dehradun
“They have evolved their unique style of playing Jugalbandi”
— The Times of India
“It was particularly satisfying that they made no attempt to play up to the gallery by showing off unnecessary virtuosity though their “taiyari” and neat phrasing was there for all to see...”
— The Friday Review
“Sitar and Sarod Jugalbandi between Lakshay Mohan Gupta and Aayush Mohan Gupta, mesmerized the gathering of music aficionados”
— The Arunachal Front
“The Antaranga Hall of Bharat Bhawan was reverberated with a fine melange of melodious tunes of sitar and sarod. The young sitar and sarod players presented an out of the ordinary jugalbandi which captivated the audience”
— Bhopal Journal
“Treble treat on strings”
— Millenium Post
“Accompanied by Pt. Ram Kumar Mishra on the tabla, they mesmerised listeners with Raga Bihag and Raga Zila Kafi”
— The Asian Age
“In the typical maihar style they went for a systematic presentation leaning towards the Dhrupad”
— The Hindu
“They created a magical atmosphere”
— New Observer Post
“Their structural treatment in ragas belies their age”
— The Sunday Standard Magazine