UNDER CONSTRUCTION - Final version and all links will be posted at the beginning of India Music Week Oct 6-13, 2013 and will remain posted indefinitely.
Pandita Tripti Mukherjee sings Indian Classical (Hindustani) Music at Hunter College's Ida Lang Auditorium, E.69th and Lexington, NYC; Saturday October 12 at 2 pm; $25, $40 - Organized by Pandit Jasraj Institute for Music Research, Artistry and Appreciation - the Mewati Gurukulgo to event
Concert. Oct 11, 8pm. Washington DC. Sarod with Craig Phillips on sitar and Sebu Nayak, tabla. Soumya is a disciple of Radhika Mohan Maitra. He and Debu are no new faces to BloomBars. They have been performing together for many years and have mesmerized audiences in the DC area and other major cities. Craig is an accomplished sitarist and the trio is coming together for the first time for this special concert. This concert is presented as part of the worldwide celebrations of India Music Weekgo to event
Learnquest Academy in Framingham, MA on 12 October; first part is vocal Hindustani/Carnatic jugalbandi (duet) with Aparna Balaji; Pushkar Lele, Hindustani vocal; then Satish Vyas, santoor. Sponsored by Pradeep Shukla, on the Board of DMIA.
India: Phil Scarff (saxophone, in database), two concerts, place not yet specified, with "senior disciple of Bismillah Khan", the greatest shehnai player ever!
Oct 12, 2pm. NYC. Ms. Mukherjee sings Indian Classical (Hindustani) Music at Hunter College's Ida Lang Auditorium, E.69th and Lexington, NYC; $25, $40 - Organized by Pandit Jasraj Institute for Music Research.go to presenting org site
Oct 6, Sunday, 7pm. Baruch Performing Arts Center (BPAC) 55 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10010 (646) 312-5073go to presenting org site
Oct 12, 7:30pm - NYC. Hindustani vocalist, upholder of Kotali Gharana, at Chhandayan center for Indian Music, NYC.watch LIVE stream for fee go to presenting org site
Oct 13, Sunday, 3pm. Nordic Watercolor Museum in Skärhamn, Tjörn, Sweden. Jerry Johansson, Dan Fröberg and Alexandra E. Lindh will perform an exclusive concert. Circles expands and changes, the spaces inbetween vibrates and the room reflects and memorizes. Just like in dreamsleep, various themes revolves around the epicentres of their own orbits. Entwines, mixes together, melts, resounds. The sounds of glass instruments, swarmandala, shruti boxes and lights, played by Dan Fröberg and Alexandra E. Lindh, challenges the master sitar player Jerry Johansson, trained in the classical Indian tradition. The music performed is ancient, but also wholly contemporary, in where the instruments are allowed to meet and communicate in the everpresent now. The concentration is totally absorbing, and the thin lines between composition and improvisation remains a secret of exactly what is what... They all intertwine, the calm surface soon enough reveals a much more complex and irregular nervous system."go to presenting org site concert + artist info
7pm. Carnatic vocalist Siva with RK Shriramkumar + J Vaidhyanathan. Presented by Raga-Mala, Royal Albert Museum, Edmonton, Canada.
A weekly Singing class with Vocalist teacher Sandip Bhattacharjee (Kirana Gharana), discipile of Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan, in New York!
Born in 1980, Sandip Bhattacharjee initiated his training under his mother Smt.Krishna Bhattacharjee at the age of four and continued his talim under Smt. Amita Dasgupta. He became residential scholar at the ITC Sangeet Research Academy Under the able 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.
Also available for solo class, group class, workshop and concerts. Contact the AAICM: 718-509-5734
Manhattan venue: 4 West 43rd Street, Room 618. New York, NY 10036. Admission: $25/Class
Brooklyn venue: 102 Eagle Street #1R, Greenpoint, 11222.
Admission: $20/Class Subways are G to Greenpoint Avenue (5 minute walk) and the 7 to Vernon-Jackson (10 minute walk over the Pulaski Bridge). This event is by RSVP only. Please RSVP to 818-512-9488.
Oct 13, Sunday, 5pm. Chhandayan Center for Indian Music. go to presenting org site
Saturday, Oct 12. 6pm. Bronx, NYC.
Intimate performance by Kolkata musicians Shri Apratim Majumdar on Sarod and
Sri Amit Chatterjee on Tabla at a residence in the Bronx.
Residence location: 2100 Eastchester Road, Apt4B, Bronx, NY 10461
Contact Veronique Lerebours for details: 1.917.751.4077
Saturday, Oct 12. 7pm. A Tribute to Ravi Shankar with Sri Parthasarathi Chatterjee on sitar and Pandit Samar Saha on tabla. Vanguard Music Studio, 104 Broadway Denville, NJ 07834. 973-453-6775 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.vmsnj.com - Presented by Vanguard and Taal Sadhana. $20, $15 Taalsadhana and VMS students