Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon, nominated for a Grammy award this year, is coming to Boulder on 11/3 for a benefit concert.
All of the information can be found here.
Below is a short description of the event.
Chandrika Tandon will perform an innovative repertoire of classical chants combining her intensive training in Hindustani and Carnatic Indian music with western rhythms and percussion in an easily accessible way. The concert will include selections from her Grammy-nominated album, Soul Call, which was an eight syllable healing chant for wellness, from her new album (Soul March), and other pieces.
Ms. Tandon will be accompanied by her Soul Chants ensemble which consists of 7- 8 musicians playing eastern and western instruments - including the flute; saxophone; sitar; tabla; mridangam; guitar; keyboard - and will include local musicians and singers in the concert as well.
Some of the members of her Soul Chants ensemble are listed below:
Abhik Mukherjee, sitar:
Premik Russell Tubbs, saxophone:
Steve Gorn, flute:
Anirban Roy Chowdhury, tabla:
Pedro Da Silva, guitar:
T. S. Nandakumar, mridangam:
Local musicians and singers joining Ms. Tandon on stage include the following: