Tuesday, October 8, 2013

THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 @ 8:00 PM! An evening of Sarod and Vocal Concerts to celebrate INDIA MUSIC WEEK in NY!



HarmoNYom and Brooklyn Raga Massive
Celebrating "India Music Week" at Tea Lounge!


8PM: Arnab Chakrabarty (Shahjahanpur Gharana) - Sarod, from UK
Sameer Gupta on Tabla (www.sameergupta.com)

9:30PM: Sandip Bhattacharjee (Kirana Gharana) - Vocal, from India
Nitin Mitta on Tabla (www.nitinmitta.com)

Arnab Chakrabarty is one of the most skilled sarode players in the world and as a classical purist on his instrument, has few equals. A relentlessly self-improving student of music, a teacher of extraordinary ability, an instrument designer, restorer and maker of considerable skill, Arnab Chakrabarty is the complete sarode musician of his generation. Arnab received his initial training from maestros Brij Narayan and Buddhadev Dasgupta, and has supplemented his musical education with vocal training from Pandit Yashwantbuwa Joshi and sitar music from Vinayak Chittar, an inimitable sitar maestro. Trained by the late Kalyan Mukherjea, a disciple of Radhika Mohan Maitra, the legendary custodian of the Shahjahanpur tradition of sarode music, Arnab is described by his teacher as “the best representative today, of the musical values I had inherited from Pandit Maitra”. www.arnabchakrabarty.com

Sandip Bhattacharjee (Kirana Gharana) is a residential scholar at the ITC Sangeet Research Academy Under the Guidance of Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan & Ustad Mubarak Ali Khan, the guru of Kirana Gharana from May 2002. He secured the second position at All India Radio Music Competition (1999) in Khayal besides standing First at the West Bengal State Music Competition 2001 in Bhajan. He was also a recipient National Talent Search Scholarship, Govt. Of India in 2001. An "A" Grade Performer of All India Radio, Doordarshan & ITC Sangeet Research Academy, Tollygunge ,Kolkata. Sandip is also teaching Vocal classes in NY as a Guru of the AAICM. www.sandipbhattacharjee.com - www.aaicm.org

Tea Lounge, 837 Union Street, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY (Subway: 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza)

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3 comments:

  1. Arnab Chakrabarty is one of the most skilled sarode players in the world.

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