Sunday June 26th, 2011

Perform for

Pt. Anindo Chatterjee

& Alam Khan

Tabla / Instrumental / Vocal

1-2:30pm University of Washington Seattle Music Department, Room 35

What is a master class? 

In a master class, students perform for, and are coached by, a master teacher(s) before a live audience. Performing for a maestro is considered an honor; attending a master class as an observer is a rare opportunity to see a master at work.

How will the class be structured?

Each student pair will perform for about 7-10 minutes. Students will be paired in advance (tabla artist + instrumentalist or vocalist) so that they can rehearse and prepare in the weeks leading up to the class if they desire to. The master musicians will observe, correct and make suggestions about the performance and answer any questions. Each section will last about 30 minutes.

Who can join the audience? 

Whether you are a student, teacher or just a music lover, master classes serve as a valuable resource for improving technique, and gaining insights about interpretation and artistry. Workshop participants are welcome to observe as an audience member for free!

Who can apply? 

This class if designed for Intermediate to Advanced level students with accompaniment experience. Students with a minimum of 2 years instruction with performance experience are encouraged to apply.

What are the Fees?

Performers will pay a $40 fee, audience members who are not part of the the workshops also happening that day can purchase tickets to the Master Class for $15 at the door.

Application Process

Online, submit the ACIT Master Class Application (right). We will contact you to help pair you with another artist for the performance.

Questions? Contact