We were delighted to host the talented young sitar player Kalyanjit Das accompanied by Sandip Banerjee on tabla. Kalyanjit performed raag Charukeshi in vilambit Jhaptaal and Teentaal concluded by Mishra Shivranjani and a Bhatiyali Dhun
For the first time ever in the Netherlands: a tabla solo concert by the world renowned maestro Pt. Anindo Chatterjee! Enjoy a photo impression of Pt. Anindo Chatterjee’s tabla solo concert held on 24th March 2018 in the Hague. He was accompanied on harmonium by his senior disciple Pritam Singh. Anindo Chatterjee captivated the audience
Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri and Ken Zuckerman gave a fantastic performance in Theater a/h Spui in Den Haag on Saturday 18th November 2017. The evening started with a North-Indian adaptation of Raag Kirwani set in teentaal. Ken Zuckerman played a concluding piece in Raag Jogiya Kalingda. For the 2nd part of the concert Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri
We organized a special double-bill concert named Dhrupad Night on the 28th April 2017. Dhrupad is the oldest form of Indian classical music and we had the fortune of hosting a bunch of talented artists from around the world! At the first half we introduced Bert Cornelis, a Belgian Sitar & Surbahar player. He performed
This special concert was held for the legendary sitar maestro, Pandit Balaram Pathak, on the occasion of his 90th birth Anniversary. His son, Pt. Ashok Pathak played some special compositions in raag Jog set in Vilambit Rupak taal, Madhya & drut Teentaal accompanied on tabla by Pt. Anindo Chatterjee. For the second half, Pt. Anindo
Pandit Anindo Chatterjee conducted an amazing Masterclass for a group of tabla players on the 15th October in Den Haag. View the gallery below for impressions. Photography by Sanjay Janglie & Michelle Boek.
These photo’s were taken during the inauguration of Dharohar Foundation on 14 July 2013. We received the kind blessings of Pandit Ashok Pathak & Pandit Anindo Chatterjee. They performed raag Madhuranjini in Rupak and Teentaal, a Teentaal tabla solo with lehra in raag Vachaspati and Pahadi Dhun in Dadra. Photography by Sanjay Janglie