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    Sugato Nag (Hindustani Sitar) LIVE at MIT

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    May 17, 2009


    Sugato Nag (Hindustani Sitar) LIVE at MIT

    Artist's Website:

    http://www.sugatonag.com/ Sri.

    Sugato Nag, born in an elite, educated and highly cultured family of Bengal, is fast emerging as one of the finest sitar virtuosi of the present generation. In today's fast-changing world of Indian classical music, Sugato represents a dwindling populace of learned musicians, having had systematic taleem from some of the most respected purists of this art. Playing in the style of the Etawah and Senia-Shahjahanpore gharanas, Sugato has expertly blended the intricacies of the Sitar baj of the Etawah gharana and the Rabab-based Sarod baj of the Senia Shahjahanpore gharana. A very melodious and sensitive player, Sugato's imaginative synthesis of the gayaki style and intricate bolwork patterns of the Sarod through skillful improvisations have resulted in a style which is unique. Sugato Nag - Sangeet Research Academy "Artist of the month" -


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    DeWolf Street and Memorial Drive, near Harvard Square
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    Admission Info:
    Tickets: Members (?) and MIT Students - FREE Admission General Admission/Non-members - $20 Non-MIT Students - $10; Seniors - $15

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    Phone: 617-792-5063

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