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  • Indian Music & Dance Collaboration

    Eleanor Welch Casey Theater- Regis College, 235 Wellesley St, Weston, United States, at 8:09 pm

    An exciting music and dance collaboration featuring:

    Anika Sridhar, bharatanatyam dance
    Sunanda Narayanan, nattuvangam
    Geeta Murali, voice
    Tara Anand, violin
    Durga Krishnan, veena
    Joseph Getter, flute

    This unique collaboration of sights and sounds is not to be missed!

  • Fifth Annual Summer Tabla Workshop

    Schulich School of Music of McGill University, 555 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, Canada, at

    The Fifth Annual Summer Tabla Workshop will be held from June 29 through July 5.

    During this intensive hands-on workshop, participants will learn tabla in the tradition of the Benares (Varanasi) gharana. The workshop is open to all levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced). The schedule includes daily group practice sessions, group classes, and two listening/repertoire sessions. Classes are scheduled during the daytime (the detailed schedule will be made available to participants in June). Students will live and breathe tabla for the duration of the workshop!

    Tuition is $300 and is due by June 1, 2015. Students must provide their own tabla. If you don’t already own a set, please contact Shawn, and he will be happy to assist you.

    EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT - Register by April 1, and benefit from a reduced tuition rate of $250 - a $50 savings.

    For more info: http://www.shawnmativetsky.com/annual-summer-workshop-atelier-annuel

  • Naad Yoga and Dhrupad Trance

    Yoga Montclair, 107 Forest Street, Suite 3, Montclair, , at 7:00 pm

    Shastra co-Artistic Director Payton MacDonald offers a workshop on Naad Yoga (the yoga of sound), and also presents his unique mix of down-tempo trance beats with Dhrupad, one of India's oldest and deepest forms of classical music.

  • Dhrupad concert and Lecture on Indian/Western fusion music

    Cornish College, 710 East Roy Street, Seattle, , at 10:00 am

    Shastra co-Artistic Director Payton MacDonald will sing a concert of traditional Hindustani Dhrupad music, followed by a lecture on Indian/Western fusion music. He will cover the beginnings of Indian music in the West (and Western music in India), and discuss specifically his own music, as well as the music of Terry Riley, Michael Harrison, Reena Esmail, and Amelia Cuni.

  • Shastra Festival 2015

    (le) poisson rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, New York City, , at 4:00 pm

    Shastra's inaugural festival, featuring a variety of incredible musicians who work at the intersection of Indian and Western musical genres

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, , at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, , at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission.

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission.

  • Rhythm Workshops - Albany NY

    RohanRhythm Studio, 1004 Northwood Ct, Niskayuna, United States, at

    From February 14 through February 22, Dr. Rohan Krishamurthy will offer personalized one-on-one and group lessons offered in:

    South Indian percussion—mridangam, khanjira, ghatam, konnakol vocal percussion
    Applying Indian hand drumming techniques and repertoire to drum set and other percussion and melody instruments
    Rhythm techniques for singers, instrumentalists, and dancers
    Devotional drumming for kirtans and bhajans
    Cross-musical composition and improvisation
    Music history, theory and analysis, and ethnomusicology

    Sign up for lessons at http://www.rohanrhythm.com/contact

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission.

  • Atelier - la Symphonie du Sud-Ouest

    Centre cultural Georges-Vanier, 2450 Rue Workman, Montréal, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Workshops on improvisation and creative music-making with Tim Brady, Shawn Mativetsky and Jean-Marc Bouchard.

    Free admission.

  • Of Sound, Mind and Body, with special guest Gabriel Dharmoo

    Le Vivier, 1202 Rue de Bleury, Montréal, Canada, at 8:00 pm

    Of Sound, Mind and Body consists of:
    Tim Brady, electric guitar
    Hemlut Lipsky, violin
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla & percussion

    For this performance they will be joined by singer Gabriel Dharmoo. This promises to be an exciting event!

    For more info on Of Sound, Mind and Body, please visit http://www.timbrady.ca/of_sound_mind_and_body_eng.html

  • Tabla Rumble

    Art Cafe & Bar, 884 Pacific St (at Underhill), Brooklyn, United States, at 7:30 pm

    Sameer Gupta & Dan Weiss will be performing at the Art Cafe & Bar in Brooklyn, NY on December 31. This performance is part of a whole New Year's Eve event known as the Regal Raga Marathon. The event as a whole starts at 6 PM, but this tabla duo will start at 7:30. Come welcome in the New Year with the Regal Raga Marathon!

    Tickets: $20

  • Rhythm Workshops - Oklahoma City, OK

    RohanRhythm Studio, 14121 Canterbury Dr, Edmond, United States, at

    From December 19 through December 29, Dr. Rohan Krishnamurthy will offer personalized one-on-one and group lessons offered in:

    South Indian percussion—mridangam, khanjira, ghatam, konnakol vocal percussion
    Applying Indian hand drumming techniques and repertoire to drum set and other percussion and melody instruments
    Rhythm techniques for singers, instrumentalists, and dancers
    Devotional drumming for kirtans and bhajans
    Cross-musical composition and improvisation
    Music history, theory and analysis, and ethnomusicology

    You can sign up for these lessons at http://www.rohanrhythm.com/contact

  • Thomas Morgan Trio Live!

    Seeds, 617 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, United States, at 9:00 pm

    The Thomas Morgan Trio, consisting of Thomas Morgan (bass), Pete Rende (keys) and Dan Weiss (drums) will be performing at Seeds in Brooklyn from December 11-December 13. All performances start at 9. If you're in the area, come check out some great music!

  • Elements of Rhythm - Drums of Asia

    Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 388 Ninth Street, Suite 290, Oakland, United States, at 4:00 pm

    Dr. Rohan Krishnamurthy is an invited artist for the Oakland Asian Cultural Center Asian Drumming showcase. Rohan will be joined by his student, Benny Lichtner, on the jalra cymbals. Watch solos and collaborative performances by some of the Bay Area's best drummers. Percussion shall abound in Oakland this night!

  • Thomas Morgan Trio Live!

    Seeds, 617 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, United States, at 9:00 pm

    The Thomas Morgan Trio, consisting of Thomas Morgan (bass), Pete Rende (keys) and Dan Weiss (drums) will be performing at Seeds in Brooklyn from December 11-December 13. All performances start at 9. If you're in the area, come check out some great music!

  • Thomas Morgan Trio Live!

    Seeds, 617 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn, United States, at 9:00 pm

    The Thomas Morgan Trio, consisting of Thomas Morgan (bass), Pete Rende (keys) and Dan Weiss (drums) will be performing at Seeds in Brooklyn from December 11-December 13. All performances start at 9. If you're in the area, come check out some great music!

  • Payton MacDonald & Shawn Mativetsky

    Umi Café, 610 Somerset St W, Ottawa, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Improvising Musicians Of Ottawa takes place at Umi Café
    Payton MacDonald, voice
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla
    Admission is a suggested donation of $5-$10, or pay what you can

  • Naada Brahma

    Centre de vie, 14 Chemin du Petit 5 Rang, Ripon, , at 7:30 pm

    Naada Brahma, the divine sound, is at the heart of Indian music. After residing in Bhopal, India with the internationally acclaimed Gundecha Brothers, American vocalist Payton MacDonald returns to North America, presenting intimate concerts of dhrupad singing, in collaboration with Montreal tabla player Shawn Mativetsky.

    Rarely heard nowadays, dhrupad is the most ancient form of Indian classical music. The PaytonMacDonald ShawnMativetskyraga is explored gradually, deeply, transporting the listener. A profound experience. Shawn will also present a tabla solo, in the style of the Benares (Varanasi) gharana, as he learned from his Guru, the legendary Pandit Sharda Sahai. Tabla players of Benares are renowned for their dynamic, colourful solo tabla performances.

    Payton and Shawn may also be experimenting with fusion style incorporating the aforementioned styles. An inspiring evening, not to be missed!

  • Anjna and Rajna Swaminathan in Concert (South Indian Violin)

    Chhandayan Center for Indian Music, 4 West 43rd Street, Suite 618, New York, United States, at 7:00 pm

    ANJNA SWAMINATHAN is a versatile musician and theatre artist. Trained in South Indian Carnatic classical and Western classical violin, she is a disciple of late violin maestro Parur Sri M.S. Gopalakrishnan and Mysore Sri H.K. Narasimhamurthy. She frequently takes part in interdisciplinary collaborations, often composing and providing musical accompaniment for several dancers, dance companies and theatre artists, most notably, Ragamala Dance (Minneapolis), The Spilling Ink Project (Washington, D.C.), and Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh Dance Company (Washington, D.C.). In the summer of 2014, Anjna was a participant at the celebrated Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music. As a theatre artist and scholar with interests in postcolonial thought, gender and queer theories, Hindu spiritual thought, and Indian national identity, Anjna often engages in artistic work that ties together multiple aesthetic forms towards a critical consciousness. Anjna holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Maryland.

    RAJNA SWAMINATHAN is an accomplished artist in the field of South Indian classical percussion – mrudangam. She is a disciple and protégé of mrudangam maestro Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman. She has performed with several renowned Indian classical musicians and dancers, touring widely in North America and India. Rajna also regularly gives workshops on the South Indian rhythmic perspective, most notably at the Banff International Jazz and Creative Music Workshop, and the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. Over the past three years, she has been collaborating and performing with distinguished artists in the New York jazz and creative music scenes, including pianist Vijay Iyer and saxophonist Steve Coleman. Rajna is active as a composer-performer for dance and theatre works. Most notably, she has toured widely with the acclaimed Ragamala Dance (Minneapolis). She has also been commissioned, in collaboration with her sister Anjna Swaminathan, to compose music for playwright Anu Yadav, Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh Dance Company, and The Spilling Ink Project. Rajna holds degrees in Anthropology and French from the University of Maryland, College Park.

    These two musicians are not to be missed in concert!

    Tickets can be purchased at http://www.tabla.org/concerts/?id=91&eid=150 The concert can also be live streamed at http://viewer.dacast.com/b/22452/c/47879

  • Naada Brahma

    Shri Yoga, 4846 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest #101, Westmount, Canada, at 7:30 pm

    Payton MacDonald, dhrupad
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla

    Naada Brahma, the divine sound, is at the heart of Indian music. After residing in Bhopal, India with the internationally acclaimed Gundecha Brothers, American vocalist Payton MacDonald returns to North America, presenting intimate concerts of dhrupad singing, in collaboration with Montreal tabla player Shawn Mativetsky. Rarely heard nowadays, dhrupad is the most ancient form of Indian classical music. The raga is explored gradually, deeply, transporting the listener. A profound experience. Shawn will also present a tabla solo, in the style of the Benares (Varanasi) gharana, as he learned from his Guru, the legendary Pandit Sharda Sahai. Tabla players of Benares are renowned for their dynamic, colourful solo tabla performances.

    Payton and Shawn may also be experimenting with fusion styles incorporating the aforementioned instruments. An inspiring evening, not to be missed!

    Price: $22 / $12 for students

  • Samsara - Concerto for Tabla and Wind Ensemble

    McGill University - Pollack Hall, 555 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal, Canada, at 8:00 pm

    Price: $15 ($10 students/seniors)

    McGill Projects Revisited

    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla

    Sarah Albu, soprano

    Suzu Enns, clarinet

    Groven: Gost in the Machine

    MacDonald: Concerto for Tabla

    Adamcyk: Balbuzard

    Nickel: Whole Beauty Now Lies in Memory

    Grahl: Urquitaqtuq

  • Jalsa Ghar - The Music Room

    The Music Room, 6181 Lady Hammond Rd, Halifax, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Scotia Festival of Music - Chamber Player Series

    Jack Chen, flute
    Ellen Gibling, harp
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla
    Traditional tabla solo in Teentaal arr. by Shawn Mativetsky with harp
    Michio Myagi - Phantasy on Themes of Japanese Folk Songs
    Jim Hiscott - Shadow Play, for flute and tabla
    Michio Myagi - Haru no Umi, for flute and harp (arr. Josef Molriar)
    Tawnie Olson - Something to Say – tabla and fixed media
    Ravi Shankar - L’Aube Enchantée

    Price: $25/$20

  • SF Music Tech Summit

    Hotel Kabuki, a joie de vivre hotel, 1625 Post Street @ Laguna, San Francisco, United States, at

    Dr. Rohan Krishnamurthy is an invited speaker and performer at the international SF MusicTech Summit.

    The SF MusicTech Summit brings together visionaries in the evolving music/business/technology ecosystem, along with the best and brightest developers, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, journalists, musicians, and organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce. They meet to do business and discuss, in a proactive, conducive to deal-making environment.

  • Dhrupad vocal concert

    University of Michigan - Stearns Frederick Building, 2005 Baits Drive, Ann Arbor, United States, at 2:30 pm

    U-M percussion alumnus Payton MacDonald, of the wunderkind ensemble, "Alarm Will Sound", will present a unique vocal concert of Indian singing in "Dhrupad" style. This style is extremely rare, even in India. Many attendees from outside the University, including local Indian community members are expected. This recital is sponsored by the Performing Arts Technology, Percussion, and Ethnomusicology departments.

  • Dhrupad vocal concert + Super Marimba

    University of Illinois Music Building, Recital Hall, 550 Lucinda Ave, Dekalb, United States, at 6:30 pm

    Payton MacDonald (b. 1974, Idaho Falls, Idaho) is a composer/improviser/percussionist/singer/educator. He has created a unique body of work that draws upon his extensive experience with East Indian tabla drumming and Dhrupad singing, Jazz, European classical music, and the American experimental tradition. MacDonald studied music at the University of Michigan and the Eastman School of Music. His composition teachers include Sydney Hodkinson, Robert Morris, Dave Rivello, Bright Sheng, and Augusta Read Thomas. MacDonald has toured the world with Alarm Will Sound and performed many improvised concerts with artists such as Elliott Sharp, Aakash Mittal, Tim Feeney, and others. His percussion teachers include John Beck and Michael Udow. Further studies include tabla with Bob Becker and Pandit Sharda Sahai, and Dhrupad vocal with Ramakant Gundecha. The New York Times described him as an “energetic soloist” and The Los Angeles Times described him as an “. . . inventive, stylistically omnivorous composer and gifted performer . . .” MacDonald is an Associate Professor of Music at William Paterson University.

    The University of Illinois will be providing a live webcast of the event.

  • Dhrupad vocal concert + Super Marimba

    University of Wisconsin, Madison - School of Music, 455 North Park Street, Madison, United States, at 7:30 pm

    Payton MacDonald (b. 1974, Idaho Falls, Idaho) is a composer/improviser/percussionist/singer/educator. He has created a unique body of work that draws upon his extensive experience with East Indian tabla drumming and Dhrupad singing, Jazz, European classical music, and the American experimental tradition. MacDonald studied music at the University of Michigan and the Eastman School of Music. His composition teachers include Sydney Hodkinson, Robert Morris, Dave Rivello, Bright Sheng, and Augusta Read Thomas. MacDonald has toured the world with Alarm Will Sound and performed many improvised concerts with artists such as Elliott Sharp, Aakash Mittal, Tim Feeney, and others. His percussion teachers include John Beck and Michael Udow. Further studies include tabla with Bob Becker and Pandit Sharda Sahai, and Dhrupad vocal with Ramakant Gundecha. The New York Times described him as an “energetic soloist” and The Los Angeles Times described him as an “. . . inventive, stylistically omnivorous composer and gifted performer . . .” MacDonald is an Associate Professor of Music at William Paterson University.

  • Duo Samskara

    Unitarian Church of Montréal, 5035 Boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest, Montréal, Canada, at 10:15 am

    Jonathan Voyer, santoor
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla

    Musical performances during service, in celebration of Diwali, the festival of lights.

  • Dan Weiss Trio in Switzerland

    Chorus Jazz Club, Avenue Mon-Repos 3, 1005, , Switzerland, at 9:00 pm

    The Dan Weiss Trio will be performing their unique blend of music at the Chorus Jazz Club in Lausanne, Switzerland. If you're in the area, this would be well worth looking into!

  • George Brooks at Yoshi's

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    George Brooks will be performing with Alam Khan and Salar Nader at Yoshi's in Oakland, CA.

  • CSUEB International Drum Day

    California State University, East Bay, 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, Hayward, , at 9:30 am

    Dr. Rohan Krishnamurthy will be performing at the CSUEB International Drum Day at 2:00.

  • Solo Recital

    Bavia Arts Studio, 898 St Clair Ave W, York, Canada, at 7:00 pm

    Toronto Tabla Ensemble presents: Baithak Series #1

    The Toronto Tabla Ensemble is launching a series of intimate concerts in keeping with the traditional ‘Baithak’ format. A baithak is an intimate gathering that typically includes music or dance performance and refreshments. The first of the series will be held at Bavia Arts Cultural Center on October 17th at 7:00 PM. The feature will be a tabla solo in the Benares style by Montreal based tabla player, Shawn Mativetsky. Exponent of the Benares gharana, and disciple of the legendary Pandit Sharda Sahai, Shawn Mativetsky is a highly sought-after tabla performer and educator. He is active in the promotion of the tabla and North Indian classical music through lectures, workshops, and performances across Canada and internationally. Based in Montreal, Shawn teaches tabla and percussion at McGill University. Shawn will be accompanied on the violin by Parmela Attariwala. The concert will open with a tabla solo by Razak Pirani, a student of Toronto Tabla Ensemble’s artistic director, Ritesh Das. Razak is a teacher and performing member with the Toronto Tabla Ensemble and is a student at the University of Toronto.

    Tickets are $15 at the door and there will be limited capacity so please book in advance:
    razakpirani@rogers.com
    1-888-958-2252

  • Concerto per Robi - Indian Music Meets Classical Strings

    Mareccio Castle, Via Claudia De' Medici, 12, Bolzano, Italy, at 8:00 pm

    "This concert is dedicated to my father Roberto Nicoli, who passed away on March 11, 2014. It has been a very premature, sudden and unexpected loss, and as any loss it takes time to digest and take it as part of the natural process of living and dying.
    Anyway it is a big change in life, such as birth , marriage and all the major happenings in our lives. Also it is the most hard to accept and be conscious off.
    Therefore we feel, it is very much needed to hold a celebration in his honour, to say goodbye in our own way, through music.....
    The last months of his life when he was weak and resting a lot on the sofa, he wanted to listen to nothing else then our CD..... Also he always really believed in us and trusted our way.
    It is thanks to his passion for India that I traveled to India as a child with all my family and got deeply signed by that experience. It is thanks to his trust in me that I could go the way I wanted.... we owe him a concert, all for him!
    For this special concert we decided to orchestrate our compositions, especially the ones he liked the most, and also composed a composition for him called ‘Fly Free’.
    With the help of the composer Marcello Fera we are now working on this.
    The concert will be hold on October 11, 2014 in a beautiful castle in Bolzano at 8:30 pm, entry is free."

    - Virginia Nicoli (http://www.samvadmusic.com/events.html)

  • The Bottesini Project

    Wash Park Center for Music and Arts, 400 South Williams Street, Denver, United States, at 7:00 pm

    Paul Riola, Saxophone
    Glen Whitehead, trumpet
    Aakash Mittal, saxophone
    Kim Stone, bass
    Jay Ellis, drums

    The Bottesini Project, Colorado’s premiere free improvisation ensemble, creates intricately woven, fully improvised compositions in a contemporary jazz-based setting. From this foundation, the music may take off to the fringes into a myriad of stylistic and sonic portals. The journey is the key – featuring beautifully melodies and captivating rhythms, Bottesini excels at harnessing the drama of experimental musical process into surprisingly accessible, powerful music for both fringe and mainstream audiences.

    Founded by band leader and Saxophonist Paul Riola, Bottesini has featured a range of world-renowned artists including Tortoise guitarist Jeff Parker, Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, Fred Frith, DJ Olive, drummer Scott Amendola and trumpeter Ron Miles. The current lineup features a core group of world-class creative musicians from across the Front-Range.

  • Indian Music & Dance Collaboration

    Cubberley Theater, 4000 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, United States, at 4:30 pm

    An energetic South Indian music and dance ensemble featuring bharatanatyam dance, voice, bamboo flute, violin, and mridangam. The concert highlights lesser-known masculine themes in Indian dance.

    Ganesh Vasudeva, dance
    Snigdha Venkatramani, voice
    Krishna Parthasarathy, violin
    Ashwin Krishnakumar, bamboo flute

  • Rajna Swaminathan and RAJAS: Presented by Strathmore

    Strathmore, 10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda, United States, at 7:30 pm

    Rajna Swaminathan: mrudangam, compositions
    Amir ElSaffar: trumpet, santur
    Anjna Swaminathan: violin
    Rafiq Bhatia: guitar

    Experience Indian-American music with RAJAS, a nascent project that brings together contemporary musicians in the Indian classical idiom and jazz to experiment and explore new directions for composition and improvisation. Come out and experience a night of musical fusion!

    General admission: $20.

  • Ragleela

    , 86 Chemin Vallerand, Audet, Canada, at 3:00 pm

    Ragleela in concert! This performance will feature Uwe Neumann on the sitar, Jean-Marc Hébert on the guitare, and Shawn Mativetsky on the tabla.

  • Sitaria

    , 2485 Rue de l'Église, Val-David, Canada, at 7:30 pm

    Uwe Neumann, sitar
    Shawn Mativetsky, tabla
    Price: $20 / $10

  • Krucis Khan and Shawn Mativetsky

    , 46 Avenue Sainte Anne, Pointe-Claire, Canada, at 7:30 pm

    This event will showcase Krucis Khan playing the sitar, and Shawn Mativetsky playing the tabla. There is a charge of $20.

  • George Brooks at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music

    The Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall, 50 Oak Street, San Francisco, United States, at 4:00 pm

    The George Brooks Trio will be performing at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music along with Osam Ezzeldin and Kai Eckhardt.

  • Berkeley World Music Festival

    Cafe Milano, 2522 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, USA, at 6:30 pm

    George Brooks will be performing alongside Melanie O' Reilly and Frank Martin as the Ulysses Trio.

  • Summer Tabla Workshop

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    Shawn Mativetsky runs the fourth annual summer tabla workshop. An amazing place to learn tabla for the first time or go much deeper with one of the world's most accomplished players.

  • Michael Harrison Premiere

    Bard College, , , , at 7:00 pm

    Michael Harrison has two new premieres by Contemporaneous: Orchestral Modules and Tessallations

  • Rohan busy again

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    Rohan Krishnamurthy performs at the Oberlin South Indian Music, Dance, and Film Festival.

  • Asha Srnivasan's Keerthanata performed

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    Keerthanata performed at the SCI Region V Conference in Western Michigan University.

  • Payton singing experimental Dhrupad

    Mumbai, , , , at 6:30 pm

    Payton will sing John Cage's "Raga Music" at the India Culture Lab and give a lecture about Indian/Western fusion music.