An NCPA Presentation
Supported by Chowgule Industries Pvt. Ltd.
Josh Feinberg began his musical training at four with Western classical and jazz on piano and bass in New York City, studying with some of the most accomplished musicians on the scene. He was hailed as a prodigy performing in jazz venues and concert halls across New York. In his teens, Feinberg fell in love with the music of Ali Akbar Khan and Nikhil Banerjee, and shifted his focus to sitar and Hindustani music while pursuing his Bachelor’s degree from the New England Conservatory of Music.
Feinberg is a student of the Maihar gharana and has earned the love and respect of connoisseurs of Hindustani music as well art-music communities around the world. One of the first non-Indian musicians to be accepted as a leading performer, he has learned with Ali Akbar Khan as well as Aashish Khan, Alam Khan, Tejendra Majumdar, Dr. Peter Row, Dr. George Ruckert, James Pomerantz, Warren Senders and Vijaya Sundaram. He teaches both in person and online to students around the world and also serves as the executive director for Jalsaghar, a non-profit organisation he established in 2017 to promote South Asian classical music.
Admission on a first-come-first-served basis.