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Pandit Anindo and Anubrata Chatterjee

Darbar Festival

Anindo and Anubratta Chatterjee playing the tabla, smiling at each other

Witness a much-awaited, turbo charged tabla duet by India’s finest tabla legend with his son Anubrata.

Anindo Chatterjee is a phenomenon in the world of Indian classical music. His unique blend of technical excellence, innovation, collaborative spirit, pedagogical contributions and global recognition cements his status as a legendary figure in the world of tabla music. This is an opportunity to witness a young master musician at the peak of his craft, in a performance that is both technically dazzling and emotionally moving. 

He represents the Farrukhabad gharana, one of the prominent schools, or 'gharanas', of tabla playing in north Indian classical music. It's characterised by its clarity and precision, moments of improvisation, subtle variations and nuances, rhythmic versatility and a close connection to vocal music, making it a highly respected tradition within North Indian classical music.

This performance will finish at approximately 3pm

Produced by Darbar in partnership with the Barbican

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