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  • Venue
    Godrej Dance Theatre
  • Date Time
    8 April 2022 | 6:30 pm
  • Age Limit
  • Member Price
  • Non Member Price
  • Duration
    120 Minutes

Event Details

An NCPA Presentation

Akram Khan (tabla)
Ronu Majumdar (bansuri)

Akram Khan had the privilege of learning tabla from stalwarts like Niazu Khan, and his own great grandfather, Mohd. Shafi Khan and father, Hashmat Ali Khan of the Ajrada gharana. He has to his credit a large number of solo performances at home and overseas. Having performed with some of the best Indian musicians, Khan is also popular as an accompanist. Following in the footsteps of his forefathers, he trains several students in tabla.

Ronu Majumdar was mentored by eminent musicians such as Vijay Raghav Rao, Laxmanprasad Jaipurwale and Ravi Shankar. His technique and idiom of bansuri is deeply rooted in the Maihar gharana tradition. Majumdar has collaborated with some of the great artistes, and today, has an international career that includes Bollywood and Hollywood projects. Notable among the numerous awards and accolades is the Grammy nomination for the album Tabula Rasa with Béla Fleck and others.

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