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Classical Indian Dance and Vocal Performance

Sunday, October 23 @ 2:00 PM 5:00 PM PDT

Sunday, October 23 • 2:00–5:00pm 

Enjoy both North and South Indian classical forms in a unique concert experience.

Part 1: Bharatanatyam dance performance by Oindrila Roy Mallick
Part 2: Hindustani vocals performed by Supriyo Dutta, accompanied by Indranil Mallick on tabla

OINDRILA ROY MALLICK is well-known among the younger generation of Bharatanatyam dancers in India. Trained initially under the late Guru K. P.P Thampi from the age of five, Oindrila honed her dance skills further under legendary Guru Khagendra Nath Barman, one of the most senior disciples of Guru Rukmini Devi Arundale, founder of the unique “Kalakshetra” style (of Bharataatyam). In 2011, she came under the guidance of Guru Abhoy Pal of Kalamandalam style. Oindrila’s dance reflects the cumulative richness of her learning experience. 
        She teaches dance in India and has been touring in Europe since 2011. Recently, she received the Chairman’s Award at the International Multicultural Dance and Music Festival in Pune, India. In 2021, she received “The Best Bharatanatyam Dancer” award from Lion’s Club Chennai. She holds a Master’s Degree in Bharatanatyam from Rabindra Bharati University.

SUPRIYO DUTTA is considered a young maestro in Hindustani Vocal Classical music and has performed extensively in India, as well as in the US, Australia and Europe. He is an active crusader of music and runs highly-acclaimed training classes and workshops both in India and abroad for schools and universities. He has released many CDs and digital releases and has various prestigious awards to his credit. His proficiency includes Khayal, Thumri, devotional songs and collaboration with international artists of other genres. For details visit: www.supriyodutta.com

Talent, virtuosity and youthful dynamism blend in perfect proportion to project INDRANIL MALLICK as a leading tabla player of his generation. Intensive training since the age of five under eminent masters including his uncle Montu Mallick, Prof Dhabol Bandyopadhyay, Shri Uttam Chakraborty; and currently, living legend Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri has shaped Indranil’s rich repertoire and contributed to his reputation in the national and international arena.
        Indranil has also distinguished himself in cross-over collaborations with western musicians including a recent project with the Miles Davis Electric Band.
        Indian Radio & Television has awarded Indranil the highest ranking. Lauded by connoisseurs and critics for his solo performances and accompaniment with renowned musicians, Indranil was the first tabla player to receive the prestigious Pandit Bhimsen Joshi Award in 2015.


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Sunday, October 23
2:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT
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