India Museum & Heritage Society, India Association
And Raagmaala Presents
Vidushi Sumitra Guha
Shekhar Gothoskar – Harmonium
Nikhil Tikekar – Tabla
Friday – June 23rd – 7:30 PM – India Museum and Heritage Society
58 Tell St (Between Courtland St and Knight St), Providence, RI 02909
Sumitra Guha is an internationally acclaimed vocalist. Sumitra has trained with Pt. A. Kanan and Vidushi Malavika Kanan. She later received advanced training from Sushil Kumar Bose, the accomplished disciple of Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. She is a top grade artist at the All India Radio. Please visit her web site http://www.SumitraGuha.com.Hindustan Times wrote:
“Sumitra’s voice is of a satiny texture, smooth, without a single rough thread in it, and the sincere devotion she infused into her rendition”.
Shekhar Gothoskar learnt playing harmonium under Shri Mohile. He has accompanied local and visiting artists in the Boston area for Hindustani classical and light classical music, namely Sandeep Ranade, Vidushi Sumitra Guha, Warren Senders, and Anurag Harsh.
Nikhil Tikekar, originally from Providence, has recently moved to North Carolina. He has played with all major artists in the Boston and Providence area for the past 12 years. Among the famed artists being Padma Bhushan Pt. Debu Chaudhuri (Sitar), Padma Shree Pt. Bhajan Sopori (Santoor), Padma Shree Pt. Satish Vyas (Santoor), ‘Vidushi’ Sumitra Guha, and Shweta Jhaveri to name a few.
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