Pandit Prodyut Mukherjee

GIMA - Global India Music Award Winner Tabla Maestro

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About the TABLA KING

GLOBAL INDIA MUSIC AWARD winning New Age percussion virtuoso Pandit Prodyut Mukherjee is also known as a “Tabla Maestro” and world’s premier tabla ( Indian percussion) player.

Prodyut has been a global ambassador of Indian music through his sterling performances at awe inspiring international venues with celebrated performers of the world. He was also nominated in Global India Music Awards in 2012 and again in 2016 for two of his albums, one of which won the prestigious GIMA AWARDS.

Prodyut formed a fusion band Rhythmexpress which presents an eclectic mix of Indo occidental musical notes with afro and latin elements in their performances. He is a composer, soloist with over 50 albums. The GIMA Award winning album Moods was from the stable of Rhythmexpress Band.

Tabla Maestro Prodyut has been a Globetrotting musician and has visited France, United Kingdom, Germany, Morocco, Japan , South Korea , Dubai, Singapore , Hongkong and United States of America many times over. In 2004 he performed at an International Cultural Festival in South Korea on a special invitation from the Korean Government. Prodyut was highly applauded by all sections of the Korean musical fraternity. He has also performed in major musical festivals like the World Music Day Festival in Paris ( France ) , World Sacred Festival in Morocco , Festival Musiques Sacrées du Monde de Fès in Morocco, Les Orientales Festival in France , International Art Festival in London , Special invitation from Government of CHINA to play with Chinese National orchestra in NATIONAL CENTER FOR PERFORMING ARTS at BEIJING OF CHINA at home at the Music Festival in Kolkata organized by the Government of West Bengal . He also performed in a special HAND SHAKE Concert at Governor’s House , Kohima , Nagaland organized by Government of India.

Prodyut’s initiation to music was at a very early age of 5 when he under the guidance of Pt Manik Pal (himself a disciple of the legendary Pt Gyan Prakash Ghosh) learnt his first “Dhaa” of Tabla. His culmination of the finer nuances of the “Bol” of Tabla was learnt from two of the greatest exponents ever, Pt. Shankar Ghosh and finally Pt Swapan Chowdhury.

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