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Sitar Maestro - Sugato Nag To Perform At Brown University

Press Release
09/07/2005

Brilliant exponents of Indian classical music, Sitar Maestro Sugato Nag with Subhankar Banerjee on tabla, will perform at a Raagmaala concert at Brown University on September 24, 2005 at 8:00 pm.

Sugato Nag is a well-known sitar player. He is one of the popular Indian Classical Musicians. His music is a very beautiful synthesis of the traditions of the Late Ustad Vilayat Khan and the Senia Shahajanpur. Sugato is now a disciple of the living legend of Sarod, Pundit Buddhadev Das Gupta.  His repertoire combines elements from Dhruvpad, Tantrakari and Gayaki styles of music. Sugato belongs to that rare group of musicians who have excelled both in music as well as in their academic spheres. He holds a Masters' degree in Production Engineering but Sugato chose to forsake a lucrative career to follow his dream.

Subhankar Banerjee is a brilliant Indian percussionist. He is a disciple of Shri Swapna Shiva. Subhankar played with Shiva Kumar Sharma and Chaurasia for the Nobel Peace Prize Concert” and in a concert for Prince Charles in London with Chaurasia and John McLaughlin. He has also performed with world renowned Pundit Ravi Shankar for several years, Ustad Imrat Khan, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Dr. L Subramaniam, Pundit V.G Jog, Pundit Jasraj, Pundit Ajoy Chakraborty and many others.  He has been performing globally for over 18 years.

“------the instrumentalist impressed with bold and resonant stokes----a must see concert.”
The Telegraph

Location: List Art Center, 64 College Street, Brown University

Tickets: General $17, Couples $30 and Students with ID $7.
Tickets available at Kabob and Curry Indian Restaurant, RI (401-273-8844) or at the door.

For further details, contact: Arun at  indianmusic@juno.com or
508-676-5706.

Directions: From 95 N/S take exit 20 (195 East).Take exit 2 (Wickenden Street). At the bottom take a left onto Wickenden st. and a left at the first light onto Benefit Street. Go about ½ a mile and take a right onto College Street.
Please allow time for parking.



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