Brandon McIntosh

 

Brandon McIntosh

Brandon McIntosh began studying Indian classical music with Seattle-based Dhrupad artist Jeff Lewis in 1998. From 2001 to 2003, after completing a degree in Music from Central Washington University, he moved to Kolkata, India, to begin studies with sarod maestro Buddhadev Dasgupta of the Senia-Shahajahanpur Gharana. In 2005 he completed a Masters degree in music composition at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Brandon has been recognized with numerous awards and fellowships for his work in music, and has performed and collaborated extensively with organizations in Kolkata. He regularly travels to Kolkata to study under Buddhadev Dasgupta and has recently been accepted as a student at the ITC Sangeet Research Academy in Kolkata.  More information about him is available at: www.kaliproductions.org

In his Utsav 2007 performance, Brandon McIntosh will be accompanied on the tabla by Kuntal Roy. Venue: Conference Room Theater, Center House, Seattle Center. Date: Saturday Oct 13. Time: 1:00 PM

He will also be co-presenting the Leela Kathak Workshop and accompanying Urmila Nagar and Group in their performance. VenueEthnic Cultural TheaterDate: Friday October 12. Time: 10:30 AM and 1:30 PM.

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3 Responses to Brandon McIntosh

  1. Rita Meher says:

    Hi Brandon,

    We can’t wait to see you at Utsav.

    Love,

    Rishabh and Rita

  2. Ken & Bonny says:

    Howdy! Just one of those days when you search for a friend’s name on google. How are you mate? Wish it was December in Cal again. Bonny says hi! Take care, hope to see you again soon. Was really great to see you in Kokata.

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