We regret that due to the coronavirus our regular concerts

have been canceled until further notice.

  • Rajendra Gangani, kathak dance
    Sun, May 24
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    Known for his innovative style and technical wizardry, Gangani is one of the leading practitioners of the Jaipur Gharana style of Kathak.
  • Nayan Ghosh, sitar
    Sun, May 24
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    Nayan Ghosh, acclaimed worldwide for his superlative command on two diverse instruments – tabla and sitar. Artistic brilliance, rich repertoire and a magnificence of tone are the hallmarks of his performances. He will be accompanied by Ishaan Ghosh on the Tabla.
  • Arpana Dance Company presents SHE
    Sun, May 24
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    SHE is a dynamic Bharatnatyam production that takes the audience on the mythological journey of the Devi to explore feminine energy. SHE weaves through the classical sagas of the Goddess, highlighting the navarasas, to create a parallel between the immortal goddess and the mortal woman.
  • Abhimanyu and Vidha Lal and Nupur Academy LA
    Sat, May 23
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    Vidha Lal’s fast-paced footwork and lyrical moves are well complemented by her husband, Abhimanyu Lal’s vigour. Joining them on stage is Guru Prachi Dixit and together they will weave a one of a kind show from the Jaipur Gharana.
  • ATMA Ensemble
    Sat, May 23
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    ATMA, Alliance for Tradition in Musical Arts features violinist Aishu Venkataraman with an ensemble comprising of artists from Cal Arts and India. The alliance is created between two cultures and two generation of musicians to create a musical production without compromising tradition.
  • Arohi Ensemble
    Sat, May 23
    James R. Armstrong Theatre
    Music inspired by our guru Pandit Ravi Shankar, including some of his rarely heard raga creations. The ensemble has been influenced by the intricate interactive rhythmic work typical of Panditji's ensemble work and his universal vision of music for peace.
  • Kaushiki Chakraborty, vocal
    Sat, May 16
    Venue TBD
    Kaushiki Chakraborty, a leading vocalist of her generation in long-awaited concert with Milind Kulkarni, harmonium and Sandip Ghosh, tabla
  • Gundecha Brothers, dhrupad vocal
    Sat, Apr 25
    Herrick Chapel, Occidental College
    Umakant and Anant Gundecha in a memorial concert for Ramakant Gundecha of the Gundecha Brothers accompanied by Akhilesh Gundecha
  • Shashank, bansuri
    Sat, Apr 04
    Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
    Grammy-nominated master of the bamboo flute, with Akkarai Sornalatha, violin and Patri Satish Kumar, mridangam