Experience the richness, depth and joy of Indian classic music with Zakir Hussain, Sabir Khan and Debopriya Chatterjee.

The London Telegraph calls him “the presiding genius and global ambassador for North Indian classical music.” GRAMMY® winning tabla drummer Zakir Hussain first entered the western world’s consciousness in the ‘70s with his collaborations with George Harrison, John Handy, Van Morrison and Earth, Wind & Fire. He’s lauded for his group Shakti, which he founded with John McLaughlin and L. Shankar, and for Planet Drum with Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead.

Sabir Khan follows in his family’s footsteps as a tenth generation sarangi player. In addition to performing the traditional South Asian stringed instrument, he’s a composer and songwriter whose music appears in TV and film. He tours the world and recently started a record label.

Award-winning bansuri player Debopriya Chatterjee is one of the few women flautists in the Hindustani classical tradition. She is half of the famous “Flute Sisters” along with her sister, Suchismita. She is also the lead flautist in the all-female classical music band, Sakhi.