Announcing Ragamala Spring 2020 Calendar!

Upcoming Concerts in spring of 2020:

  • March 8, 2019: Dhanjay Hegde
  • April 11, 2019: Bhuvanesh Komkali
  • April 26, 2019: Shashank Subramanyam
  • May 24: Kaivalya Kumar Gurav
  • June 6, 2019: TARANA Festival of Indian Music

More details to follow. Please check this page frequently for updates to our calendar and subscribe to our email list for email announcements

Our Upcoming Concerts in 2019

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Have you ever wondered what goes on in a Hindustani music concert? How do they develop a scale into a raga, a raga into a Khayal, a Khayal into a performance? What are the silent cues the musicians are giving each other on stage? How does my neighbor know when to go Wah! And many other important questions answered – you can bring them all in – to enhance your appreciation and enjoyment of Hindustani music.

Ragamala is creating a wonderful new Music Appreciation workshop just for you – so you can get so much more from our Spring 2020 season and beyond. Local artists will demonstrate and illustrate concepts. FREE entry & Chai-Biskut.

Our Past Concerts

Oct 6th 2019: A morning baithak of Hindustani Music Recital, by the rising star of Agra Gharana – Vid. Bharati Pratap, accompanied by Manoj Deshpande (Tabla) and Deepa Joglekar (Harmonium).

June 1st 2019: Tarana festival of South Asian music featuring Sitarist Vidushi Anupama Bhagwat, Shri Shrinivas Joshi and Viraj Joshi (  Bhimsen Joshi Memorial by the son-grandson duo) and Santoor Maestro Tarun Bhattacharya

April 13, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM: Ragamala Spring Morning Concert by Vidushi Shashwati Mandal, accompanied by Shri Mohan Bhide on Harmonium and Shri Ravi Albright on Tabla.
Venue: Baha’i main stage. Gwalior style Khayal and Tappas. We may also persuade her to teach a master class in Tappa, if you’re interested in this quaint old Punjabi folkloric style of singing. 

Feb 23, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. : Shri SAMARTH NAGARKAR in an exclusive home baithak @ Usha Rao’s new Music Room (Eastside), accompanied by Shri Mohan Bhide on Harmonium and Shri Suresh Ramaswamy on Tabla. Come listen to Agra vocalism in an intimate unplugged atmosphere. Limited seating; 40-50 max. Artist Info: 
More information and registration at