SITAR CONCERT
Centre Culturel Kabir presents

SITAR CONCERT

In-person Event
March 17th 2023
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm / Doors: 7:00 pm

160 Rue Saint-Joseph O, Québec, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Centre Culturel Kabir at info@centrekabir.com.

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Kabir Centre inaugurates its 2023 concert season PLURICITY with the magnificent sitar played by Mita Nag, one of the leading female artists of India. She will be accompanied by the brilliant tablist Indranil Mallick. They have given concerts all over the world and their presence in Montreal is one of the four organized by the centre in the province of Quebec.

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Kabir Centre inaugurates its 2023 concert season PLURICITY with the magnificent sitar played by Mita Nag, one of the leading female artists of India. She will be accompanied by the brilliant tablist Indranil Mallick. They have given concerts all over the world and their presence in Montreal is one of the four organized by the centre in the province of Quebec.

Exchanges
Until the event starts

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MITA NAG

Mita Nag, daughter of veteran sitarist, Pandit Manilal Nag and grand daughter of Sangeet Acharya (a master musician) Gokul Nag, belongs to the Vishnupur Gharana of Bengal, a school of music nearly 300 years old. In terms of lineage, Mita is the sixth generation sitar player in her family, the tradition having begun with her fore fathers. With her illustrious father Manilal, the sitar tradition of Vishnupur gharana was made known to the world. This Gharana follows the Dhrupad style of song and the instrumental recital too, imitates the dhrupad style in the Alap phase. 
Mita was initiated into music at the tender age of four . Her grandfather’s encouragement and instructions through singing had much influence on her early reception of music, most noticeably, associating the instrument with song. Her tutelage under her father started at the age of six. Mita appeared for her debut performance at the age of ten years. The same year Mita won the Junior National Talent Search Award of the Govt .of India. Mita has performed in a number of concerts, solo as well as duet recitals with her father in major cities of India and in many cities of the US, Canada, Japan and Europe. Mita has founded the Gokul Nag Memorial Foundation, a Trust for the promotion of Indian Classical Music, in the fond memory of her grandfather.

INDRANIL MALLICK

Indranil Mallick, a promising tabla player of rare skill, has already established himself both as a soloist and accompanist. Born to a family of genuine music connoisseurs, he received his initial training in tabla when he was only five, from his uncle, Sri Montu Mallick. Later he was trained by Prof. Dhabol Bandyapadhaya. From 1985 he was under the guidance of Sri Uttam Chakraborty, senior disciple of Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri. Now he is under the guidance of Pt. Swapan Chaudhuri . Indranil belongs to Luckhnow Gharana style of tabla. Indranil is a grade 'A' artist of All India Radio, Kolkata where he is featured regularly on programs aired throughout India. He holds a Master Degree in Economics from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata.

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