Samir Chatterjee, photo by Kedar Havaldar


at home: Performances | Samir Chatterjee

The legendary tabla player Pandit Samir Chatterjee performs an improvisational Hindustani raga.

at home: Performances

Join us each month for a unique prerecorded concert, talk, or literary reading from performing artists around the world as they invite us into their homes for newly created informal performances and discussions.

About Samir Chatterjee

Chatterjee has accompanied many of India’s greatest musicians, including Ravi Shankar, and collaborates with various Western performers, such as Branford Marsalis and Yoko Ono Lennon. In this improvised piece, Chatterjee combines tone and rhythm to explore and express his personal experience with the world’s present state with the pandemic.

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