Brooklyn Raga Massive (BRM) is a collective of forward thinking musicians rooted in and inspired by Indian classical music. Hailed as “Leaders of the Raga Renaissance” by the New Yorker, BRM creates original composed music by BRM member musicians and represented ensembles, presents over 7o concerts annually with an ongoing weekly concert and raga jam session series and specialty concerts, and co-presents an annual 24 Ragas Live festival. BRM features both traditional Indian classical performances as well as cross-cultural Raga inspired music. In particular, the culturally inclusive nature of BRM has not only built a strong community, but has become an incubator of new music collaborations with sounds indigenous to Brooklyn.
BRM is 501c3 non-profit organization
Concerts from 40+ BRM musicians, bands from the collective, & BRM projects, such as: Tradition to Innovation, BRM's Terry Riley IN-C Tribute, Coltrane Raga Tribute, Women's Raga Massive, Raga Cubana, and more...
Intimate Weekly Concerts with an innovative musician's hang and jam session - running since 2012
Classes, workshops, reading materials, blogs, and more...
Concerts featuring world renowned maestros
Album releases from the collective
Co-presented with Airbnb's Brooklyn Root's Series
Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik, is a masterful artiste of Hindustani Classical vocal music. Through her years of training, Mitali has learned to blend the best of various Hindustani musical styles into her own unique form.
Join us for what promises to be an incredible evening exploring the boundaries and intermingling of traditional folk music from South India and Bulgaria - coming together to create a new, innovative sound that is sure to open minds to new possibilities in music.
Women's Raga Massive (WRM) presents a series of spontaneous, improvised duets embodying the collaborative and communal spirit of life. The second half of the performance will feature original works and raga inspired tributes to female heroes, who have despite odds, contributed boundless beauty and depth to the world and music.
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Steve Oda, senior sarod disciple of Maestro Ali Akbar Khan, will perform a traditional concert of Hindustani classical music accompanied on tabla by Ray Spiegel, senior disciple of Ustad Alla Radha.
ENSEMBLE FANAA is the meeting point between a myriad of musical styles in the African American, North African and Middle Eastern traditions. For this performance, they will explore a collaboration with BRM stalwart and tabla player extraordinaire, Roshni Samlal.
This is a duo performance of Shadow and Light, a contemporary - classical music project from New Delhi, India. They will collaborate with Brooklyn based multi-instrumentalist Karsh Kale for a few songs.