Archives for category: Mandoline

Snehasish Mozumder (mandolin) and Soumitrajit Chatterjee (tabla) are performing in Germany. They played in Munich and in Augsburg. See article:

Tuesday, 15th April 2014, they will perform at Maharishi Peace Palace, in Erfurt. Start: 20 hrs.

Photo: Annegret Döring

Photo: Annegret Döring

Sugato Bhaduri

Sugato Bhaduri

On 16 July 2013, Sugato Bhaduri performed with his tabla player at Sundern, Germany, at the occasion of the birthday of Frank Lotz, owner of Franks Veda Shop, and teacher of Transcendental Meditation.

Franks Veda Shop: Internet- Author of “Heavenly cooking with Ayurveda” Frank Lotz on youtube: Frank Lotz on facebook:

8 June 2013 in STUTTGART



20: 30 hrs, Theater am Faden, Hasenstr.32, Stuttgart

and 9 June, same place, but starting at 11:00 hrs


Sugato Bhaduri (mandoline) and Sandip Bhattacharya (tabla) will perform on 18 May 2013 in Lelystad, Holland.

Place: Koepel Maasstraat 29. Begin: 20 hrs. Free entry.

Sugato-2Fr, 24. Mai 2013  – SONDERVERANSTALTUNG – Einführung in die klassisch indische Musik (Gandharva-Veda) in Theorie + Praxis: SUGATO Bhaduri, Meister der Mandoline, präsentiert “Die heilenden Klänge des AYURVEDA” – freie Veranstaltung

Nieder-Ramstädter Straße 5a
64283 Darmstadt

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