Sacred Sounds: Classical Indian Music & Dance


Anupama Bhagwat

Anupama Bhagwat is a sitarist who has performed internationally to critical acclaim. She is a leading disciple of the world-renowned Pandit Shri Bimalendu Mukherjee. Her sensitivity and erudition have taken her to the highest echelons of the modern genre, while allowing her to remain true to tradition.

Sanhita Nandi

Sanhita Nandi is an outstanding exponent of Kirana gayaki. Sanhita's resplendent voice and depth of musical acumen brought her early recognition. The central motif of her style is Kirana: the slow tempo of raga development (voice culture, voice throw, and tonal application), ornamented solfege patterns. With practice, she has excelled in the exposition and elaboration of ragas with all the variations, modulations and split-second precision. Sanhita is rapidly getting the acclaim she deserves as a brilliant performer with intellectual depth. She has been invited to perform at all major festivals in India and USA.

Niharika Mohanty

Niharika Mohanty is a leading Odissi dancer in North America and prominent disciple of the legendary Padma Vibhushan, Late Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra. She strives to impart her Guru's style to many aspiring dancers.

Shyam Kane

Shyam Kane has been a tabla player for over thirty years. He trained under the guidance and supervision of great tabla maestro Ustad Zakir Hussian and performed worldwide. He has accompanied such great artists as Ustad Ali Akbar Khan and Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia.