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Arts From India

"The rich and vibrant culture of Indian music & dance comes to life in New York"

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We are a group of like-minded individuals committed to spreading traditional Indian cultural experiences in the United States. AFI organizes events including the popular Taste of India Food Festival and Bazaar every year, music and dance concerts, free workshops, and fundraising events to raise awareness for noteworthy causes

Upcoming Event’s

Singing Beats by Subhadrakalyan

April 18, 2021

Arts From India brings to you Subhadrakalyan, who will present his Singing Beats, a Tabla-Tarang recital on April 18, 2021, at 10.00 am EST, for the US audience, and 7.30 pm IST, for the Indian audience on Facebook and YouTube channel of Arts From India.
Facebook link: https://fb.watch/4T-k18nqvD/
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/8UIH_nsOSIM

Subhadrakalyan is a multi-talented young musician, composer, journalist, essayist, and poet with training in Tabla, Dhrupad, Kheyal, and Sarode.
Subhadrakalyan started learning the Tabla at the age of three and is fortunate to have Acharya Shankar Ghosh and Pandit Bickram Ghosh as his Gurus; he has learned Dhrupad from Pandit Uday Bhawalkar, Vocal from Ustad Jainul Abedin, Pandit Omkar Dadarkar, and Vidushi Sanjukta Ghosh, and Sarode from Dr. Rajeeb Chakraborty.

His Singing Beats is a proper juxtaposition of all the forms of music he has learned. His application of Dhrupad in the Alaap is appreciable.
In this recital, he will play two-morning ragas, Bibhas and Dhaivati.
He will play Deskar-ang of Bibhas with the Shudh Dhaivat in the scale, something quite unusual.
Raag Dhaivati is his invention. He constructed the raga back in 2016 when he went to Delhi to attend a national meet of young musicians. While practicing the raga Bairagi-Bhairav for his concert, the Shudh-Dhaivat Tabla resonated when he struck on the Madhyam Tabla. He later found out;  it was due to the tonic-median relation that worked.
Subhadrakalyan will be accompanied on the Taalvadya by Sri Sudhir Ghorai, a senior musician in the fraternity and an All India Radio artist.

Start at: 10.00 am EST

Legends in Making

Sunday, March 14th

Witness the young maestros create magic on the stage as we reach the grand finale of our series of concerts.

In our final virtual concert "Legends in Making", presented to you by the amazing setup of artists, ARAJ. This 2 hours long concert will feature various extraordinary renditions by this ensemble, featuring Ishaan Ghosh on tabla, Pratik Singh on vocals Akash Satish on flute, Vanraj Shastri on sarangi, and Mehtab Ali Niazi on sitar.

Explore the richness of traditional Indian music, from instrumental to classical, semi-classical, Ghazals and folk music.

Watch their masterful performances on

Sunday, March 14th, from 10.30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. EST  (for USA audience)
and

Sunday, March 14th, from 8.00 P.M. - 10.00 P.M. IST   (for Indian audience ). 

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Start at: 10.30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M. EST

Upcoming Live Stream Show - December 26th

26 December 2020

Tickets are now available! Please see the links below! Be amazed by the incredible performances brought to you by the young maestros of Indian Classical Music and Dance. "Celebrating the Maestros of Tomorrow: Part 1" U.S. Showing: Saturday, December 26th, 2020 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM EST | Ticket Price: $10 USD | https://bit.ly/2Kt2Crf India Showing: Sunday, December 27th, 2020 from 7 PM to 9 PM IST | Ticket Price: $250 INR | https://shaale.com/live/artsfromindiaThe concert will start off with a Kuchipudi dance recital by the ever-graceful Sangeeta Phaneesh. Following this performance, the wonderful jugalbandi of Pratik Shrivatsav on sarod and Pubarun Basu on tabla is going to present a soulful rendition of Raga Shree to the audience. The concert will be further enriched by an amalgamation of the sounds of violin, flute, tabla and djembe, featuring the young prodigies Yadnesh Raikar, Akash Satish, Ishaan Ghosh and Shikhar Naad Qureshi. The evening's proceedings will be concluded with the vocal recital of the extremely talented Bhagyesh Marathe on Raga Bhairavi, along with the beautiful accompaniment of Siddhesh Bicholkar on harmonium and Tanay Rege on tabla.Please be with us and support the young artists in their endeavour!

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Start at: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM EST

Celebrating the Maestros of Tomorrow: Part 1

26 December 2020

Tickets are now available! Please see the links below! Be amazed by the incredible performances brought to you by the young maestros of Indian Classical Music and Dance.

"Celebrating the Maestros of Tomorrow: Part 1"

U.S. Showing: Saturday, December 26th, 2020 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM EST | Ticket Price: $10 USD | https://bit.ly/2Kt2Crf

India Showing: Sunday, December 27th, 2020 from 7 PM to 9 PM IST | Ticket Price: $250 INR | https://shaale.com/live/artsfromindia

The concert will start off with a Kuchipudi dance recital by the ever-graceful Sangeeta Phaneesh. Following this performance, the wonderful jugalbandi of Pratik Shrivatsav on sarod and Pubarun Basu on tabla is going to present a soulful rendition of Raga Shree to the audience. The concert will be further enriched by an amalgamation of the sounds of violin, flute, tabla and djembe, featuring the young prodigies Yadnesh Raikar, Akash Satish, Ishaan Ghosh and Shikhar Naad Qureshi. The evening's proceedings will be concluded with the vocal recital of the extremely talented Bhagyesh Marathe on Raga Bhairavi, along with the beautiful accompaniment of Siddhesh Bicholkar on harmonium and Tanay Rege on tabla.

Please be with us and support the young artists in their endeavour!

 

Start at: 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM EST

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