An evening of classical Indian Music

bhattWith masters Pandit Krishna Bhatt and Pandit Anindo Chatterjee
Friday, May 24th, 2013 7pm – 10pm

Presented by The Biryani Boys and Namaskar School of Music

The Biryani Boys and Namaskar School of Music are proud to present a very special evening of Indian classical music featuring two of India’s leading maestros: Pandit Krishna Bhatt (Sitar) & Pandit Anindo Chatterjee (Tabla)

All proceeds of this event will benefit The Gurukul School and Anindo Chatterjee School of Tabla.

Pandit Krishna Bhatt’s performances of Hindustani ragas have won the admiration of audiences in India, Asia, Europe and North America. His innovative style of music combines a rich blend of Gayaki (vocal) and Tantrakari (instrumental) techniques and musical compositions. His music is noted for its virtuosity, originality and depth of feeling that is conveyed to the listeners.

A rare luminary of Indian Classical Music, Pandit Anindo Chatterjee has attained new heights in the art of tabla playing. Trained from his early childhood by Guru Padmabhusan Jnan Prakash Ghosh, Anindo has developed a unique style expanding upon his vast knowledge of the tradition. Both technically and artistically, he is a milestone for future generations to follow, for whom he is a devoted Guru with some very promising disciples, including his son Anubrata. He is equally regarded as a soloist and an accompanist and has shared the stage with almost all the great musicians of India. In acknowledgment of his immense contribution to music, he was awarded the “Sangeet Natak Akademy Award” in 2002, presented by His Excellency The President of India.

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