Taj Mahal Tea House Sessions

Taj Mahal Tea House Sessions

Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House doesn’t just draw inspiration from Hindustani ragas; it is home to live Hindustani music performances. This is keeping in with the parent brand’s tradition of celebrating quality and excellence across art forms, be it tea or music.

Notes that make both, enthusiasts and connoisseurs go Wah Taj! fill up the air when Taj Mahal Tea House Sessions are in progress.

From spell-binding instrumentals to mesmerising vocals, these morning rituals feature established artists from across the country.

Contemporary acoustics, vintage ambience, and most of all, an eager audience, elevate Taj Mahal Tea House Sessions into a time as special as one’s favourite cup of tea.

Upcoming Events

Priyadarshini Kulkarni

On this Guru Poornima weekend, vocalist Priyadarshini Kulkarni will be performing some special ragas at the Taj Mahal Tea House. A pupil of Pt. Rajshekhar Mansur and Pt Madhusudan Kanitkar, Kulkarni represents the Jaipur Attrauli gharana. She will be accompanied on the tabla by Hanumant Phadtare and on the harmonium by Dnyaneshwar Sonawane.

Time : 28th July I 10:00 a.m.

Location : Bandra West.

 

Dr Kamala Shankar

On the occasion of our third anniversary celebrations, we bring to you a special performance by one of the leading instrumentalists of our country, Dr Kamala Shankar. A recipient of the Kumar Gandharva Award instituted by the Government of Madhya Pradesh, Shankar has won many accolades for her immaculate and melodious rendition of Hindustani Classical music.

Time : 11th August I 10:00 a.m.

Location : Bandra West.

 

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Artists who made us go Wah Taj!

Sandeep Mathur

A young and energetic singer who has trained under the eminent Gwalior Gharana singer Vidushi Neela Bhagwat. Besides Hindustani art music, he is well versed in Punjabi folk music, sabad and spiritual music of all hues.

Date Performed: 14th April 2018

Farooque Latif

An outstanding Sarangi player, he is the son and pupil of the great Abdul Latiff Khan who was venerated as a maestro. Farooque has played in all major festivals of the country and has also represented India at international events.

Date Performed: 24th March 2018