INDRADEEP GHOSH ACE VIOLINIST CREATES NEW RAGAS DURING LOCKDOWN
16 June,2020: It is such a proud moment for Kolkatians that our own maestro Indradeep Ghosh, who is an internationally reputed Indian classical Violinist and Violist has utilized the lockdown by creating two new Ragas named “Ganapati” and “Indradhanush”. These two new Ragas have already gained enormous appreciation, popularity, and positive feedback from global listeners through
social media like Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.
The noted musician was titled as “Prince of Violin” by the Association of Alliance Clubs International in 2018 has recently been appointed to the prestigious post of Consul and Chancellor General for South Asia by the International Commission of Diplomatic Relations Human Rights and Peace, which is an Intergovernmental Organization of the United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs (UN DESA). He is also appointed as the Goodwill Messenger of Peace, Arts and Culture, Chancellor, South Asia by International Special Court of Arbitration and Human Rights which is an Autonomous Arbitrations Institutions of the UN-IGO, ICC-ICA & ICJ. While replying to our correspondence, maestro Ghosh expressed his happiness, gratitude and excitement and mentioned that in his new role he will wholeheartedly fulfill the duties and responsibilities of developing the Cultural wing for South Asian countries.
He has successfully conducted one of the most popular musical workshops of Europe called Labyrinth – Catalunya online in the 2nd week of April. Due to grand success and popularity Labyrinth has invited Maestro Ghosh to conduct the same for their 30 hours Summer Musical Workshop during July-August via online.
Maestro Indradeep Ghosh is the Artistic Director for Global Creative Arts Academy (GCAA), Houston, Texas. He oversees all the cultural and financial activities of GCAA.
He has conceptualized the festival called “Tansen-Tyagaraja Music & Dance Festival” a unique concept of bringing north and south Indian classical music on a single stage. It takes place during Fall in the USA and Winter in India. Recently, GCAA has launched
the first ever commercial Indian Viola CD “Tribute to Miya Tansen on Viola” by Maestro Ghosh which is available on all the major digital platforms. He also serves as a faculty instructor at School of Indian Percussion and Music, Austin, Texas. Through Global Creative Arts Academy, City of Houston has recognized his contribution for promoting Indian Classical Art and Culture in Texas and honored him with a Proclamation in 2017 stating October 15, 2017, as Indradeep Ghosh Day. Indradeep Ghosh said, “I have utilized my musicianship in creating these two new ragas. This has given me immense pleasure and happiness. Music heals and I do believe it would be helpful to get our lives back on the right track from this pandemic situation.”