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20th Annual All Night Concert


  • New York Society for Ethical Culture 2 West, 64th Street New York City, NY, 10023 USA (map)

Online ticket sales are now closed. Tickets are available for purchase at the box office at the venue.

For those who cannot attend in person, this concert will be streamed live:

7.15-7.45pm Pre-concert lecture
8 pmWelcome
8:15 pm Duet of Sitar and Indian Cello by
Pandit Shubhendra Rao - Sitar, Vidushi Saskia Rao-De Haas - Cello
  Their son Ishaan Leonard Rao will open their concert on the Piano
    Pradeep Chatterjee - tabla
10:00 pm Pandit Jasraj - vocal
  Samir Chatterjee - tabla
  Pandit Ratan Mohan Sharma - vocal support
  Pandita Tripti Mukherjee - vocal support
11:30 pm Dinner Break
12:30 pm Tablaphilia
  A tabla symphony on Chaturashram
  Composed and Conducted by Samir Chatterjee
  Performed by Chhandayan Tabla Orchestra:
  Aditya Phatak, Amod Dandavate, Archit Krishna, Avinash Bose,
  Chris Carroll, Dibyarka Chatterjee, Ethan Fox, Gabriel Costache,
  Gautham Rayavarapu, Michael Magilligan, Maulik Mehta, Neil Balser,
   Pradeep Chatterjee, Rafi Hakim, Shiladitya Bhawmik,
  Siddharth Komaragiri, Tarit Baran Mazumder, Tejas Tope,
  Todd Miller, Vikram Mukherjee, Yug Dasgupta,
  Namami Karmakar, Jay Banerjee (vocal),
  Rahul Tandla (vocal), Shubha Varma (vocal)
2:15 am Vidushi Shruti Sadolikar-Katkar - vocal
  Amod Dandavate - tabla
  Dr. Kedar Naphade - harmonium
4:00 am Pt. Debasish Bhattacharya - Guitar
  Samir Chatterjee - tabla


Parking

There are plenty of 24/7 parking lots adjacent to the Hall and in the area. The hall is located in the Lincoln Center and Central Park neighborhood. Street Parking may also be available. Please read the street signs carefully before parking on the streets.


Food

Meals, snacks, and beverages will be available for purchase at reasonable prices (cash only) downstairs in the Social Hall of the venue from 7 p.m. until early morning.

No food and drinks are allowed inside the auditorium.


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Partially sponsored by NYSCA and supported by Indian Consulate in NY and ICCR