Jun 25, 2020
Intersections of Raga and Maqam ft. Abhik Mukherjee (sitar) and Zafer Tawil (Arabic percussion/oud)

Join India Center Foundation & Brooklyn Raga Massive on June 25th for a special workshop series exploring the intersections of the ancient musical languages of India and Iraq.

Intersections of Raga and Maqam ft. Abhik Mukherjee (sitar) and Zafer Tawil (Arabic percussion/oud)in concert and conversation with Raga Maqam musical director Arun Ramamurthy.


The project Raga Maqam is produced by The India Center Foundation.

Raga Maqam is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

About Brooklyn Raga Massive
Praised by the Wall Street Journal for “expanding the notion of what raga—the immersive, epic form of Indian music—can mean” and dubbed the “leaders of the raga renaissance” by the New Yorker, the fun-loving members of the Brooklyn Raga Massive collective have made huge waves for “preserving the past while blurring genres in an inventive spirit” (New York Times). Brooklyn Raga Massive is dedicated to education, engaging in workshops, in-school programs, private teaching, and various community activities to share  their love for music.

Get involved
We thrive on community and collaboration. As a dynamic organization, we invite you to help us grow and support our work in a variety of ways.

You can donate to our organization, which will keep our wheels turning. We are also always more than happy to explore new partnerships with other organizations, institutions, companies, groups, and individuals. If you have an idea, drop us a line. And if you want to learn more about our work and our plans, or the incredible potential of US-India exchange, get in touch.
© The India Center Foundation, Inc.

info@theindiacenter.us P.O. Box 25163 Brooklyn, NY 11202-5163