“Mr. Kher has a voice as appealing as it is thrilling—he can unleash notes that bring to mind qawwali singers—and he's an amiable entertainer.”―Wall Street Journal
Kailash Kher is a superstar in India, where his credits include several hit songs and more than sixty Bollywood soundtracks. The raw, earthy and soulful strength of his voice has made him one of the most unique and popular voices in Indian music today. His seven-piece band Kailasa moves among styles without hesitation, adding touches of folk, funk and rock to Indian pop.
MIT student Divya Srinivasan, a staff reporter for the MIT newspaper Tech, was part of the team invited to meet Google CEO Schmidt as he shared his vision for Google.[more]
Indian Society Through The Ages
Harvard Professor Dr. David Reich gives insights into genetic makeup and diversity of the Indian People.[more]
Raagamanjari 2009 – A Carnatic Musical Ensemble
The students of Aparna Balaji from Abhyaas and Learnquest presented Raagamanjari 2009 a carnatic classical musical ensemble a fundraiser event for the Hindu Mission Hospital, Trichy, India. A charitable society of Shri Kanchi Kamakoti peetam whose mission is to provide medical relief to members of the community without any caste or color differentiation.[more]
AASAI Projects Benefit Concert
AASAI hosted a projects benefit concert on October 31st. The event was successful on many fronts; it was an excellent concert, performed by our local artists who donated their time and talent for the event.[more]
College Admissions Workshop / IAGB & Princeton Review
Free college admissions seminar for children in grades 8-12 and their parents will be held at the Holiday Inn Select, Woburn, MA on November 21, 2009 at 1:00 pm.