CONCERTS

July 23rd, 2022
at 7:00PM – Online

Pandit Kumar Bose | Rohen Bose | Ajay Joglekar

Shakir Khan | Anubrata Chatterjee

Namaskar Friends,

You helped us make the opening night of Khansahib’s centennial celebrations an absolute success. We are very grateful for the continued support during these transitional times.

In an effort to help bring these concerts to more people, we are offering the first 50 tickets (in each time zone) on a sliding-scale.

To participate, choose your time zone, register for (1) ticket in the
‘Pay What You Can’ option, and enter any amount.

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Centennial Concert #4

The Artists

Kumar Bose

Pandit Kumar Bose

Pandit Kumar Bose (born 4 April 1953) is an Indian tabla maestro and composer of Indian classical music. Bose belongs to the Benaras Gharana style of tabla playing. Having honed his skills under the tutelage of the legendary Pandit Kishan Maharaj, Pandit Bose rose to prominence with his flamboyant performances with Pandit Ravi Shankar. In a career spanning more than four decades, Pandit Kumar Bose has established himself as one of the leading exponents of the tabla and an internationally recognized face in the world of Indian Classical Music. He received the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2007.

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Rohen Bose

Born into a family of legends, Rohen Bose’s fate brought him under magnanimous pillars of music. His father, Pandit Debojyoti Bose – a sarod player himself, from the Senia Bangash Gharana – is also a brilliant composer, lyricist, and knowledgeable tabla player. Rohen started his training under his father at a very early stage in his life.

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Rohen Bose
Ajay Joglekar

Ajay Joglekar

Ajay Joglekar has a natural gift for Harmonium playing. He has been performing and arranging music for the last 20 years. Through his dedication and practice, he has created a style and technique that is uniquely his own. Ajay has undergone training from renowned Harmonium player Pandit Tulsidas Borkar for many years. He has also been in association for many years with internationally acclaimed Indian classical vocalist, Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty—accompanying him on the Harmonium in his major concerts both in India and abroad.

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Shakir Khan

One of the best-known Sarod players of the present generation, Pandit Tejendra Narayan Majumdar has long achieved that order of excellence and popular acceptability which ensures one’s place in posterity. He had an early initiation into music by his grandfather, the late Bibhuti Ranjan Majumdar, and his considerable talent was later nurtured by his father, the late Ranjan Majumdar. Tejendra received vocal and rhythm training under Late Pandit Amaresh Chowdhury and Sri Anil Palit, which further ensured a holistic musical development in him. Tejendra was then accepted by the late Ustad Bahadur Khan as his disciple.

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Shakir Khan
Anubrata Chatterjee

Anubrata Chatterjee

Anubrata Chatterjee is regarded today as one of the finest tabla players of his generation. Son of the world-renowned tabla maestro, Pandit Anindo Chatterjee, Anubrata was nurtured from day one to be a tabla player. In 1992, he had the rare fortune of being the youngest and last “Ganda-Bandh” disciple of the great guru Jnan Prakash Ghosh. Later on, Anubrata continued to study under his father.

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