The Berklee Indian Ensemble is bringing its genre-bending sound to Brooklyn for the first time since 2018. Fresh off the release of their grammy-nominated debut album, Shuruaat, the Ensemble is on the road with a slate of originals, new arrangements, songs from the album, and crowd-favorite classics.
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The Berklee Indian Ensemble is bringing its genre-bending sound to Brooklyn for the first time since 2018. Fresh off the release of their grammy-nominated debut album, Shuruaat, the Ensemble is on the road with a slate of originals, new arrangements, songs from the album, and crowd-favorite classics. This year's 9-piece touring band features some of the Ensemble's most recognizable faces from over 10 years of making music. Join the Ensemble for an evening of joy, celebration, laughs, and of course, incredible music.
The Berklee Indian Ensemble is one of the hippest new acts to have emerged from Boston. A global viral sensation with nearly 300 million views, the Ensemble brings to the fore a new Indian sound that melds classical, folk, Sufi, and contemporary Indian music, with influences ranging from progressive rock and jazz to Middle Eastern and African flavors.
With high-profile collaborations featuring Grammy-winning legends such as composer A.R. Rahman and tabla maestro Zakir Hussain, and a series of signature original works, the Ensemble has mastered the art of honoring age-old musical traditions while boldly experimenting with the cross-pollination of genres, cultures, and multidisciplinary art forms.
Founded in 2011 by Annette Philip, the first Indian musician to serve as a faculty member at Berklee College of Music, the Ensemble went from producing sold-out live concerts with immersive technology, to headlining international festivals in North America and Asia, hosting global music workshops, and creating viral video content. The Ensemble was in such high demand globally that it organically transitioned into a professional band in 2021, marking the Ensemble’s 10-year anniversary. In 2022, the Ensemble released their first collection of transnational, genre-bending music on their hotly-anticipated debut album, Shuruaat (Hindi for ‘beginning’), featuring 98 musicians from 39 countries, marking a new chapter for this global music phenomenon.