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BRM Weekly: Out of the Woods - Mitali Bhawmik Co-presented with Airbnb's Brooklyn Roots Series

  • Mercy Home for Children 273 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11205 United States (map)

***Co-presented with Airbnb's Brooklyn Roots series***

Tickets $20

***all tickets must be purchased in advance via the ticket link ****

Doors l 7:00 p.m. | Mitali Bhawmik | 7:30 p.m.

Ensemble:

  • Mitali Bhawmik - vocals
  • Shree Suresh Benegal - harmonium
  • Dibyarka Chatterjee - tabla

Description:

When asked about her musical style, Mitali has said,“My music speaks of me as a human, it reflects the depths of my emotions and musical values. It [helps me transcend] to the path of self realization … it elevates me to the realm of god.”

Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik, is a masterful artiste of Hindustani Classical vocal music. She has studied with several Hindustani vocal and instrumental greats including Sri Ajit Dutta, Pandit Biren Phukan, Vidushi Meera Banerjee, Padmabhushan Pandit V. G. Jog, the famous violin maestro. Through her years of training, Mitali has learned to blend the best of various Hindustani musical styles into her own unique form. Mitali has performed in several concerts at prestigious venues in India, USA, and UK. Her melodious voice and perfect rendition of the "ragas" have won her numerous acclaims and appreciation from the listeners. She also performed as a playback singer in Mira Nair’s acclaimed film “The Namesake” under the direction of Nitin Shawney.

ABOUT - Brooklyn Roots: Cathedral Concerts - Airbnb

In a chapel built in the 1860's, housed above tunnels believed to be part of the underground railroad, we feature world-class musicians from all corners of the globe. We celebrate the roots of Brooklyn's diverse cultural fabric and draw a diverse, local audience excited to see authentic world music and jazz in an intimate setting. A truly "New York Experience", a series with talent on this level (already dozens of Grammy recognized musicians have performed for us) and as diverse as this could only happen in this city.

This series is curated by David Ellenbogen host of NYC Radio Live, a WKCR 89.9 FM-NY broadcast and podcast, which has been influential in expanding the audience of world music in New York City.