Sunday, November 21, 2010

CONCERTS! Sunday November 21

Chhandayan Center for Indian Music presents a Sitar concert with Maestro:
Pt. Nayan Ghosh.

Pandit Nayan Ghosh is an Indian Tabla & Sitar player. Nayan Ghosh was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra to the legendary Tabla Maestro Padmabhushan Pandit Nikhil Ghosh, the founder of Sangeet Mahabharati. He was trained by his father, and practiced under the watchful eye of Ustad Ahmedjan Thirakwa, who lived with them for many years towards the end of his life in Mumbai. Nayan Ghosh is regarded by many as the greatest performer of the traditional tabla repertoire of the Farrukhabad style. He has accompanied many of the all-time greats, such as Pandit Ravi Shankar, Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Ustad Vilayat Khan and Pandit Buddhadev Das Gupta. Presently he is also working as guest music professor in Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, where he teaches tabla, sitar and vocal music.

Accompanied by Samir Chatterjee - tabla

Chhandayan Center for Indian Music
4 West 43 Street # 618 (5/6 Ave), New York, NY
Tickets: $20, $16 (students and seniors with valid ID)   

  • SUNDAY NOVEMBER 21 @ 8:00 PM

    "Conversations in Taal"  is a world music project lead by sitarist GARGI SHINDE
    featuring noted international guest artists as pianists Rod Williams, Adam Klipple, drummer Mark Johnson, Flamenco danseuse La Conja and Indian classical dancer, Aditi Bhagwat. The project uses rhythmic percussion cycles or "Taal" to bridge the tradition of Indian classical music with jazz. With exciting original compositions, visual and rhythmic confluence of dance and music, and improvisational moments among musicians on stage, "Conversations in Taal" is a unique collaboration among veteran and future NYC jazz & world music artists that brings together artists and audiences across cultures and musical tastes.
    Guest artist Gwen Laster on Violin
    the dazzling Kathak danseuse Aditi Bhagwat on foot percussion - she is not to be missed!
    Featuring Bassist & Composer Masataka Odaka.

    Tenri Japanese Institute

    43 West 13 Street
    New York, NY!

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