Berklee Indian Ensemble
Join us for the Berklee Indian Ensemble in Stowe, May 18th, 2023 at 10AM* and 7PM. Known for its global Indian sound, the GRAMMY Nominated world-renowned collective honors traditions while boldly experimenting with genres, and cultures. Formed at the Berklee School of Music, this ensemble creates incredible music with a sound you don’t want to miss. Great for the whole family!
The *Student Matinee performance (10:00 AM) is SOLD OUT, if you are interested in having a group attend the evening performance at a discounted rate, please contact Director of Education, Julianne Nickerson.
For Education Materials to review before you attend the show EMAIL Julianne, Director of Education at Jnickerson@sprucepeakarts.org.
About the Berklee Indian Ensemble
Founded in 2011 by Annette Philip, the first Indian musician appointed as a faculty member at Berklee College of Music, the Berklee Indian Ensemble is a world renowned collective, known for its global Indian sound that honors traditions while boldly experimenting with a cross pollination of genres, cultures, and multidisciplinary art forms. A viral sensation with nearly 300 million views (accounting for 70% of Berklee’s total YouTube views), the Ensemble was in such high demand globally that it organically transitioned into a professional band in 2021, marking the Ensemble’s ten year anniversary. This pro entity is led by 11 full-time members representing India, Jordan, Iraq, Israel, Nigeria, Indonesia, Norway, the USA, and other regions across the globe.