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20 Sep 2019
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Presenting the CITI-NCPA Scholars and Shishyas
(approx. 100 mins)

Citi has been our long-standing CSR partner and together we have undertaken several initiatives to nurture young artistes. During the NCPA 50 Years Celebration, we showcase nine promising young artistes who have been the beneficiaries of two schemes: ‘Support to Gurus’ and ‘Scholarships to Young Musicians’.

 

Recital 1
Anup Kulthe (violin) accompanied by Shantanu Mayee (tabla) 

Anup Kulthe trains with Shirish Upadhye and is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2016-17) in the category of melody instruments. Shantanu Mayee is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2017-18) in the category of percussion instruments.

 

Recital 2
Prasanna Vishwanathan (dhrupad) accompanied by Avinash Bhogil (pakhawaj)

Prasanna Vishwanathan trains with Uday Bhawalkar, under the Citi-NCPA Support to Gurus scheme. Avinash Bhogil is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2015-16) in the category of percussion instruments. He specialises in pakhawaj, a two-faced barrel drum.

 

Recital 3 
Saptarshi Majumder (sarod) accompanied by Dwij Gandharva (tabla)

Being groomed by Tejendra Narayan Mazumdar under the Citi-NCPA Support to Gurus scheme, Saptarshi Majumder is one of the young exponents of sarod, a fretless zither. Dwij Gandharva is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2019-20) in the category of percussion instruments.

 

Recital 4 
Aishwarya Rao (khayal) accompanied by Vinay Mundhe (tabla) &
Omkar Agnihotri (harmonium)

Aishwarya Rao has been mentored by Shubhada Paradkar, and is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2019-20) in the category of vocal (khayal) music. Vinay Mundhe is a disicple of Yogesh Samsi, under Citi-NCPA Support to Gurus scheme. Omkar Agnihotri is a Citi-NCPA Scholarship Winner (2016-17) in the category of melody instruments.

 

Admission on a first-come-first-served basis. NCPA Members will get preferential seating till 6.20 pm.

Venue: Godrej Dance Theatre
Friday 20 Sep
6:30 pm
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