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

Pranati Mhatre

In a fitting tribute to the joyous festival of colours, the upcoming Taj Mahal Tea House Classical Music Event features celebrated Indian Classical singer, Pranati Mhatre. Complementing her spirited vocals will be musicians, Kalinath Mishra on the Tabla and Siddhesh Bicholkar on the Harmonium – best enjoyed alongside our signature tea offerings. Join us for a riveting experience bursting with colour, flavour and symphony.

The event is open to all our Tea House visitors - no prior registrations or entry tickets required.

Time : 06th March 2020 | Time: 10 am to 11.30 am.

Location : Bandra West.

 

Shankar Tucker

Our featured act for the 8th March 2020 edition of the Wah Taj! Baithak, titled 'Ragas of Happiness', is Shankar Tucker. The American Clarinetist's instrumentals are a delightful blend of Hindustani Classical and Jazz. Watch him light up our Tea House with his unique fusion of Indian and Western sounds, along with Amit Mishra on the Tabla, and Vishnu Ramprasad on the Guitar. As a fitting entrée to his performance, Classical singer Sanika Kulkarni will be enthralling the audience with her stirring vocals. She will be accompanied by Amit Mishra on the Tabla and Abhinay Ravande on the Harmonium.

Time : 08th March 2020 | Time: 6 pm to 8 pm.

Location : Bandra West.

 

Debjyoti Gupta

The pupil of the late Pt. Buddhadeb Dasgupta and Ustad Shahid Pervez, Debjyoti Gupta is today one of India’s most renowned Sitar players. Watch this maestro in action in a special performance, with Tabla player Yashwant Vaishnav.

Time : 13th December 2019 I 10:00 am to 11:30 am.

Location : Bandra West.

 

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Artists who made us go Wah Taj!

Varsha Joshi Sohoni

Varsha Joshi Sohoni, a renowned classical singer from the Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana has mesmerized hearts across the country. Experience her captivating voice in an exclusive music session at Taj Mahal Tea House, with tabla guru, Subodh Chowkidar, and harmonium maestro, Dnyaneshwar Sonawane.

Date Performed: 12th November 2019

Pradeep Barot

Hailing from the Maihar Gharana, and trained renowned Sarod player, Pradeep Barot, is coming to Taj Mahal Tea House this Gandhi Jayanti. Trained under the tutelage of his father, Mohanlal Barot, Vasant Rai and Annapurna Devi, come witness this virtuoso soothe your senses in a Jugalbandi with Tabla player, Tarun Lala.

Date Performed: 10th August 2019