PAST EVENTS


Washington Kali Temple

Friday, November 5, 2010
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

For address & direction, click here.


Shubhashish performed at many places during the period 2005 and 2010.

This page had not been updated during this period.


 

 

IDEA's DANCelebration, 2005
September 3rd & 4th, 2005 

Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center
Montgomery College
51 mannakee Street
Rockville, MD - 20850 

Orchestra
Samrat Kakkeri, Subhashish Mukherji, 
Brian Sylver, Shubha Sankaran
Taal: Life Rhythms (Kathak)
Begins at 4:00 p.m., September, 4

For more information 
www.ideadancers.org/EventsFestivalSaturdayEvents.asp
www.ideadancers.org/EventsFestivalSundayEvents.asp

301-469-8529
703-532-5479


Afternoon concert

Classical Vocal & Devotional Songs

Saturday Jul 23 2005 at 2:00 pm

Ramkrishna Mission, Vedant Center
San Franscisco, California

&

Classical Vocal

Sunday Jul 24 at 4:00 pm
Fremont , California

At Gitanjali Music College


Morning Concert

Aril 16th, Saturday 
Roanoke, Virginia on 
with
Tabla player Sai Sham Mohan 
Harmonium by Humayun Khan

For information, contact SEEMA
c/o RAAG; 540-378-4014
seemstress@adelphia.net


Vedanta Center Of Washington
presents
Semi- Classical Songs
by

Shubhashish Mukherjee
Prabir Bhattacharya - Tabla
Namita Kundu - Harmonium

Oct 24, 2005 7:30PM 

3001 Bel Pre Road
Silver Spring, MD 20906
Phone: 301-603-1772 

For details, click on www.vedanta-dc.org/special.html  


University of Virginia in Roanoke

June 5, 2005

Shubhashish Mukherjee - Classical vocal
Swamidas Dalvi - Tabla
Namita Kundu - harmonium.


Embassy of Bangladesh

June 21 , 2005

Concert of the embassies of the south asian subcontinent
Presented by the Asia Society

Shubhashish Mukherjee - Hindusthani Vocal
Swamidas Dalvi - tabla
Humayun Khan - Harmonium.


Banga Sammelan

July 3, 2005

 Baltimore convention center
www.nabc2004.org

Shubhashish Mukherjee - Classical vocal
Pandit Ramesh Misra - Sarangi
Swamidas Dalvi - Tabla
Humayun Khan - Harmonium


Bharat Sevashram Sangha
Princeton, NJ

July 24, 2005

Shubhashish Mukherjee - Light Classical Vocal
Swamidas Dalvi - tabla
Humayun Khan - Harmonium

For information call 301-518-5099
or send an email to Shubhashish Mukherjee at
shubo@hotmail.com


 


MAJESTIC SHYAMA SANGEET

by 

Shubhashish Mukherjee

presented by The Washington Kali Temple

on Saturday, September 7, 2003 at 5:00pm

Directions : 16126 Columbia Pike, Burtonsville, MD 20866 From I-495, Capital Beltway : Take Exit 30 for Colesville Road (Route 29) North. Travel 8 miles north along Colesville Road North (which becomes Columbia Pike). The Kali Temple will fall on the left (West) one mile after crossing Route 198. Take a U-Turn to get into the Temple. From Columbia, Maryland : Travel South on Columbia Pike (Route 29). The Kali Temple will fall on the  right (West) two miles after crossing Patuxent River. From Baltimore, Maryland : Travel South on I 95. Take Exit for Route 198 West. Travel on Route 198 West for 4 miles and take exit for Columbia Pike (Route 29) North. Travel about 1 mile on Columbia Pike North. The Kali Temple will fall on the left (West). Take a U-Turn to get into the Temple. 


August 3rd., 2003

Cultural Center of India, Richmond, VA


The Freer and Sackler Galleries of Art at the 

Smithsonian Institution 
presents

Shubhashish Mukherjee, Hindustani vocal
Pandit Ramesh Misra, sarangi
Humayun Khan, harmonium
Subhash Karmarkar, tabla

Thursday, 24 July 2003 at 7:00 pm

The Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Auditorium
Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution
Independence Avenue at 12th St., SW
Washington, DC
Metro: Smithsonian Station

For information, call 202-633-4880

www.asia.si.edu/events/performances.asp 
http://www.asia.si.edu/aboutus/info.htm 
http://www.si.edu/activity/planvis/mallmap.htm 

Free tickets (limit two per person) will be distributed at 6:00 p.m. at the Meyer Auditorium�
on a first-come, first-served basis.

Shubhashish Mukherjee began his vocal training with his father and uncle at the age of six.��
His formal training later started with Pandit Chinmoy Lahiri, and subsequently with Shyamal Lahiri.�
In 1988 he became a disciple of Padmabhushan Pandit V. G. Jog,�
and he how continues his musical studies with Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty.�
He currently lives and teaches in the Washington area. For further information see �
www.swarmandal.com 

Pandit Ramesh Misra is one of the world's most accomplished sarangi artists.�
He is the nephew and student of Pandit Gopal Misra of the Benares Gharana,�
as well as the student of Pandit Hanuman Prasad Misra.�
For further information see�
www.tabla.org/ramesh.html 

A young Afghan-American, Humayun Khan has studied Hindustani classical vocal music 
with Shubha Sankaran, Ustad Vilayat Khan, Ustad Fateh Ali Khan, and Pandit Vijay Kichlu. 
He has performed as a vocalist, and has accompanied a variety of prominent 
Indian and Pakistani vocalists, in concerts in the U.S., Europe, and Morocco, 
and has appeared as vocal soloist or accompanist on a number of CD's.

Subhash Karmarkar, a disciple of Ustad Ahmed Jan Thirakwa, 
is a well-known tabla performer also based in the Washington area. 
He has accompanied a wide range of prominent artists, and has several CD's to his credit.


July 13, 2003 
The Chinmaya Mission


June 28, 2003
The Gandhi Memorial Center


The United States Library of Congress

Presents

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Featuring

Early Afternoon Melodies in Indian Classical Vocal Music

By

Renowned Classical Vocalist

SHUBHASHISH MUKHERJEE

With

Subhash Karmarkar on Tabla

Nomita Kundu on Harmonium

Tuesday May 13, 12:00 noon @Pickford Theater

James Madison Building

Third Floor of The Library Of Congress

101 Independence Avenue SE, Washington D.C.


BASANT KI BELA

 (HINDUSTANI CLASSICAL VOCAL CONCERT WELCOMING SPRING)

Shubhashish Mukherjee ---- Vocal

Accompanied By

Subhash Karmarkar ---- Tabla

Nomita Kundu ---- Harmonium

    

Place: 10622 Cavalcade Street

Great Falls, VA 22066

Date: Saturday, March 29, 2003, Time: 7.30 P.M.

Donation: $10/Person

About the Artist

Shubhashish started his vocal training in North Indian classical music with his father and uncle at the early age of six. Later his formal training started with Pandit Chinmoy Lahiri and subsequently with his son Sri Shyamal Lahiri. In 1988 he became a disciple of India's greatest violin virtuoso, Padmabhushan Pandit V.G. Jog. Now he continues his vocal training under Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty, scion and doyen of the Patiala Gharana (style of music). Shubhashish has given many concerts in India and all over the US. In addition to, performances, he has also given lecture demonstrations at music departments in various universities. 

During the past few years, Shubhashish has sung with his guru at several concerts in almost all major US cities.  He is also a visiting lecturer at The Ali Akbar College of Music in San Raphael, California and was invited, there by Padmabibhushan Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, the maestro himself.

He is currently teaching in the greater Washington area. 

For more information call: 
Aparna /Subhash Karmarkar: (703) 759-3979
Jay Joshi :(301) 424-2538
Bharati Mitra :(301) 217-0417
Janet Banerjee: (301) 983-0672
Sangeeta Agarwal:(301) 493-8241 

Directions: From Beltway 495, take exit for Route 7 West towards Tysons Corner. Go about 8 miles. After Walker Road traffic light, make a right turn on Springvale Road. (Mobil Gas Station on left and Nursery at the Springvale and Rt. 7 corner). Go on Springvale Road, the road curves twice almost 90 degrees. At the second curve see church on left. From there drive about 1/8 of a mile and make right turn on Cavalcade Street. Second house on left is # 10622. Park by the curb.


Deep and Shoma Mukherjee Present

You are Invited to a Classical Vocal Music concert by renowned vocalist

Shubhashish Mukherjee

Tabla: Debu Nayak; Harmonium: Nomita Kundu

Date: Friday December 6, 2002 @ 8:30 PM sharp

Venue: Residence of Deep and Shoma Mukherjee

402 Saddle Ridge Lane (King Farm)

Rockville, MD 20850 

Donation: $10 per person  

For information, please call
Shoma Mukherjee: 301-869-8282
Bharati Mitra: 301-217-0417 
Sangeeta Agrawal: 301-493-8241

Directions

From 270 North: Take exit 8 (Shady Grove Road) and stay in the right lane. Take Redland Blvd. Cross the first traffic light (Piccard Drive). At the second traffic light take right on Gaither Road. Take your second left on Saddle Ridge Lane. Cross one small street (Watkins Circle). Park at the second house on right.

From 270 South: Take exit 8 (Shady Grove) towards Rockville Pike. Cross Home Depot on left.  Right on Gaither Road at traffic light. Cross two traffic lights (second one is Redland Blvd.). Second left (Saddle Ridge Lane). Cross one small street (Watkins Circle). Park at the second house on right.

From 355 South: Take right on Redland. Left on the first traffic light (Gaither Road). Take your second left on saddle Ridge Lane. Cross one small street (Watkins Circle). Park at the second house on right.

From 355 North: Take left on Redland. Left on the first traffic light (Gaither Road). Take your second left on Saddle Ridge Lane. Cross one small street (Watkins Circle). Park at the second house on right.


Tagore Society of Houston Presents 

Shubhashish Mukherjee  

In an evening of enchanting
Khayals, Thumris, Raagpradhans, Bhajans and adhunik 

Saturday, 16th November, 2002 @ 7:00pm

at

Shur Auditorium
Houston-Durgabari
13944 Schiller Road
 
Houston, TX 77083 

For information please call
Shonku Bose: 832-366-2434
Indranil Sen: 281-265-9216
Kakali Chaudhuri: 281-313-3750

Pranati Khan: 281-530-6132


MAJESTIC SHYAMA SANGEET

by 

Shubhashish Mukherjee

presented by The Washington Kali Temple

on Saturday, September 7th, 2002 at 5:00pm

Directions : 16126 Columbia Pike, Burtonsville, MD 20866 From I-495, Capital Beltway : Take Exit 30 for Colesville Road (Route 29) North. Travel 8 miles north along Colesville Road North (which becomes Columbia Pike). The Kali Temple will fall on the left (West) one mile after crossing Route 198. Take a U-Turn to get into the Temple. From Columbia, Maryland : Travel South on Columbia Pike (Route 29). The Kali Temple will fall on the  right (West) two miles after crossing Patuxent River. From Baltimore, Maryland : Travel South on I 95. Take Exit for Route 198 West. Travel on Route 198 West for 4 miles and take exit for Columbia Pike (Route 29) North. Travel about 1 mile on Columbia Pike North. The Kali Temple will fall on the left (West). Take a U-Turn to get into the Temple. 


Subhashish Mukherjee sings for 

Raja Ramjit Singh's 300th anniversary celebration
Accompanied by SMART ORCHESTRA.

Featuring: Immortal Heers, Thumris, Ghazals

December 8, 2001

For more information, please call 301-983-1547.

We look forward to seeing you there.


I.D.E.A. JHANKAR FESTIVAL 2001
November 17, 2001

Musical showcase

Vocal: Subhashish Mukherjee
Sarangi: Pt. Ramesh Mishra
Tabla: Debu Nayak


DURGA PUJA
Saturday, October 27, 2001

Walt Whitman High School
www.waltwhitman.edu
7100 Whittier Blvd., Bethesda, MD 20817
301-320-6600


Saturday, October 27

Cultural Program 7-11 p.m.

Highlights: Songs by Shubhashish Mukherjee

For more information, please visit http://www.sanskriti-dc.org 


Chinamaya Mission of Washington Regional Center 
(www.chinmayadc.org

presents

Melodious Music by

Subhashish Mukerjee

Sep 15, 1:30 - 3:30 PM

Cloverly Elementary School
800 Briggs Chaney Road
Silver Spring, MD 20905
(Registration required)

A  TALK  BY
SWAMI  PURUSHOTTAMANANDAJI

AND ALL DAY CAMP BY
SWAMI  PURUSHOTTAMANANDAJI

Subhashish Mukherjee's segment is a part of a three day event during Sep 14 through 16.  Click on http://www.chinmayadc.org/rc_events.htm for details.

For more information contact: Prakash Soman (703) 532-6829 or, S.Balan (703) 845-0524 or, Narayan Inamdar (301)384-0804 

Direction: From Beltway 495  take exit 27 to New Hampshire Ave North (US Route 650North). Go approx 8 miles. Turn right on Briggs Chaney Road. The school is to your left. Use School parking lot for parking.


Hindu Center of Virginia
Along with
Chinmaya mission
Proudly Presents

Subhashish Mukherjee
In concert

Hindustani Classical vocals and Bhajans

 Subhashish is a disciple of legendary paNdit Ajoy Chakraborty the scion & doyen of Patiala Gharana

On Saturday, august 25, 2001

Time: 7:00 pm

Place: Hindu center of Virginia
6051 Springfield Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060
Donation: $10 per person

For information please call:

Nilkanth & Mina Bhatt 364 � 1396   
Anil & Geeta Jain 360 � 1760          
Abhay & Nirmal Bajekal 360 � 7692
Gopi & Rama Jadhav 754 - 2138     
Bhanu & Renuka Evani 745 � 6169  
Sanjan & Shikha Ray 379 � 0768     
Inder & Mina Midha 739 � 1246      

Kanan & Shubha Sreedhar 965 � 1942  
Dilip & Manju Joshi 745 � 5274              
Raj & Uma Prasd 378 � 3042                 
Manikoth & Vashanthi Kurup 457 - 2194
Prakash & Uma Ettegi 739 - 9580          
Yash  & Nilu Mehra 747 � 0944             
Sharad & Raksha Saraiya 530 � 1765     


 

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