Exploiting the full range of subtleties of sarod to the hilt in more than three
octaves, exhibited commendable mastery in technique and content.|
Hindu, April 8, 1994
superb tonal flavor of the sarod was well sustained all through the evenings’s
recital. It was a rich-toned and highly proficient musicianship.. There were series
of hauntingly released melodic strains by Mukesh with his deft handing of Sarod.
statesman, June 24, 1996
Sharma seems to enjoy a prodigious command over the technique of the sarod. He
gave evidence of an impeccable tune and toyed playfully with the laya and tala.
Mukesh’s gamak phrases and brisk movement are alluring.
Hindu, January 2, 1998.
homage paid to maestro Octavio Paz would have been incomplete were it not for
your musical expertise on the sarod. The pleasing sensation of the music that
rippled through the air last night, did indeed lend a special touch the whole
excellency Mr. Edmundo Font,
The Ambassador of Mexico May 4, 2001.
found in Mukesh, a Great sarodist in the making. The manner in which he was able
to harness the turbulent sarod of Pathan orgin and bring out even intimate nuances,
statesman, September 21, 2001
was balance, harmony and excellence of technique in the handling of the instrument.
Hindustan Times, September 2002
displayed a phenomenal control over his instrument..With extraordinary fluency
and fineness he was able to release many a reach toned melodic variations, specially
with bold Gamaks.
Gulf Times, May 2003
well-know musician Mukesh Sharma recently visited Karachi's and offered a delightful
evening for music aficionados.Karachi's Classical Music Society arranged a recital
by Sharma,a sarod maestro from India.It was a great pleasure to listen to an artist,
with his complete mastery of the instrument, his submerged involvement in his
work which reflected his obvious love for the instrument. His audience appeal
is based not only upon his artistry, but also upon his radiant personality and
his ability to spread happiness among his listeners as he plays, flashing smiles
in every direction.
Friday Times July 2, 2010.