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Concert musique indienne (Sitar, Sarod et Tabla)

02 Juillet 2017 > 02 Juillet 2017 Centre Yuan Shen

Hindole Tabla

Sitar by Rajib Karmakar
Sarod by Raja Bhattacharya
with Hindole Majumdar on Tabla

Hindole Majumdar has already occupied a commendable position amongst the young Tabla players of his generation. He started learning tabla at the tender age of 5 years and gave his first performance overwhelming the audience at the age of 10 years. He received his first training from Sri Shibshankar Karmakar,(a disciple of Ustad Karamatullah Khan, Farukkhabad Gharana) and later he is receiving training from the great tabla maestro Pt. Shankha Chattapadhayay (Punjab and Farukkhabad Gharana) in a guru-shisiya parampara. He has also had the oppurtunity to learn South Indian Rhythm style from the Mridangam exponent Bidwan Pandit S.Shekhar.  Hindole was a child prodigy.He is now shuttling all over the globe with various artists and his work and experiment is critically acclaimed by the people all over the globe. He has accompanied Great Musicians of Indian Classical Music like Ustad Shahid Parvez, Ustad Shujaat Khan, Ustad Aashish Khan, Pandit Vishwamohan Bhatt, Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya, Pandit Rupak Kulkarni, Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar, Lalgudi Krishnan to name a few.

Raja Bhattacharya started his training in Tabla, an Indian percussion, at the age of 4 

years under the able guidance of Professor Raghu Das Saha, of Rabindra Bharati University. At the age of 14 he obtained his Sangeet Prabhakar in Tabla from Prayag Sangeet Samiti , Allahabad. He started his training in Sarod under the tutelage of Ustad Bidyut Khan, son and disciple of Ustad Bahadur Khan for over 8 years. He also received guidance from Vidushi Gayatri Chakraborty, disciple of Vidushi Annapurna Devi to develop his gayaki style. Currently he is taking his talim (training) from his Guru (Master) Pandit Partho Bose of Senia Maihar Gharana. His performances in various cities in India, Canada and the US have received wide appreciation.

Date: Dimanche le 2 juillet 17h00


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