In association with Saroj Jhaveri Foundation
An internationally acclaimed sitarist, Budhaditya Mukherjee has received his training in sitar and surbahar from his illustrious father, the late Bimalendu Mukherjee, doyen of the Imdadkhani gharana. His performance is a judicious blend of alap, jod-jhala and gat. His music reflects a conventional and systematic presentation of the raga with emotive expression in gayaki ang (vocalised idiom), technical virtuosity and a winsome command over the instrument. Accompanying Mukherjee on tabla is Soumen Nandy, a student of Pankaj Chatterjee and Arun Chatterjee of the Farukhabad gharana.
The evening’s fare includes three varieties of the charming seasonal raga Malhar: Miya Malhar, Gaud Malhar and Ramdasi Malhar.
Photo Credits – First Edition Arts & Chirodeep Chaudhuri
Box Office: 9th September for Members & 12th September for Public
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