A++ Hindustani Classicals Produced By Madhyam



Har Har Gange

A unique concept of Socio-Cultural Inclusion of two states of Maharashtra & Uttar Pradesh through Music on River Banks; 'HAR HAR GANGE' on Dr. Rajendra Prasad Ganga Ghat, Varanasi.

Indrayani Kathi

A unique rendition of Abhang Kirtan and devotional program of National Award Winner Mahesh Kale for lakhs of Warkaris to connect Alandi's Kartiki Ekadashi with rest of Maharashtra.

Beats & Winds Season 1

An ensemble of 7 Top Maestros. Percussion-Trilok Gurtu, Mohan Veena-Vishwamohan Bhatt, Flutist-Pt. Ronu Mazumdar, Vocalist-Roopkumar Rathod, Dholak-Vijay Chavan, Keyboard -Atul Raninga International Famed Saxophonist-George Brooks, at Sri Shanmukhanand Hall, Sion.

Ek Akela Shaher Mein

Gulzarji launches Album “Ek Akela Shaher Mein”, and followed by Hindustani classical music concert by Bhupinder & Mitali Singh.

Mharo Pranam

A tribute to Thumri legend Shobhaji Gurtu by her son Trilok Gurtu, Tabla Maestro -Ustad Zakir Hussain, Sitar & Zitar-Niladri Kumar & Guitar -Sheldon at Sri Shanmukhanand Hall, Sion.

Beats & Winds Season 2

The Unique Classical Concert, Percussion -Trilok Gurtu, Mohan Veena-Vishwamohan Bhatt, Flutist- Pt. Ronu Mazumdar, Vocalist Roopkumar Rathod, Pakhwaj-Rajeshraj Bhatt , Keyboard-Sangeet Haldipur, at Nehru Center.

Chirantan

Indian classical music concert with Top Artist, Vocalist Begum Parveen Sultana, Santoor Maestro Pt. Satish Vyas, Vocalist Dr. Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande, at Neharu center, Worli.

Mega Drums

By Ustad Fazal Quereshi ensemble of 10 Artists, marking birth anniversary celebration of his father, Ustad Allarakha, an annual event at Nehru Center.

Jasn-e-Mohobbat

By Bhupinder Singh, Mitali Singh and Jaswinder Singh for Rotary Club of Bombay Seaface at Nehru Centre, Worli.

Journey Continues...

By Ustad Fazal Quereshi, marks birth anniversary celebration of his father, Ustad Allarakha, annual event constituted at Nehru Center, Worli.

Ghazal Sandhya

An evening of Ghazals in Mumbai and Thane: Hariharan enthralled the audience in Mumbai and Thane. The evenings were a rare treat for the Ghazal connoisseurs.