Violin | Tabla | Sitar | Keyboard | Harmonium | Hindustani Vocal | Carnatic Vocal  | Kathak | Bharatnatyam | Oddisi | Bollywood Classic Dance |



Jogiraj Sikidar
Jogiraj Sikidar is extensively trained in Hindustani classical vocal for more than forty years in the Guru-Shishya Parampara of Kirana Gharana under stalwarts like Pt. Mani Prasad, Smt Kankana Banerjee, Smt Shikha Ganguly, and Prof. Rita Ganguli.
A recipient of the prestigious Times Now NRI of the Year Award 2018 in the field of Art & Culture, Jogiraj Sikidar has more than 800 music concerts in his credit and is teaching Hindustani classical vocal for more than thirty years.
He is the founder and director of the Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts, Dubai.

Sumedha Dey

Sumedha Dey is an accomplished Hindustani classical and semi-classical vocalist. Trained under Guru Padmabhushan Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty, she has been learning Hindustani vocal music more than 20 years. She has trained both children and adults for over 10 years. Her forte is voice training and music presentation. She is also a graded artist of All India Radio and a Senior Scholar at NCPA Mumbai and resident scholar at the ITC Sangeet Research Academy in Kolkata.

Sumedha has performed and won several prestigious awards such as Doverlane Music Festival in Kolkata.


Hetartho Chatterjee
Hetartho Chatterjee is a young talented Hindustani vocal Guru at Malhaar. Trained extensively in Guru Shishya Parampara under Padmashri awardee Vidushi Sumitra Guha & Pt. Tejpal Singh of famous Singh Bandhu for more than 16 years, Hetartho specializes in Hindustani classical, semi-classical, and Bhakti sangeet.

Holding a post-graduate degree and Visharad in Hindustani classical vocal music, Hetartho’s teaching techniques involve; breathing techniques, voice culture, and voice projection to the presentation of a composition. He is imparting his treasured music to more than 500 children and adults.

Hetartho is also a qualified music arranger and composer and has won several national awards in India


Hafiza Sultana
Hafiza Sultana is a versatile Hindustani vocal Guru at Malhaar. Trained extensively in Guru Shishya Parampara under Padmabhushan awardee Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty & Acharya Jayanta Bose, she sings all the genres of Hindustani music such as Semi-classical, Ghazal, Sufiyana, and contemporary in equal ease. 

A postgraduate in vocal music, Hafiza has recorded several jingles for Radio Mirchi FM, solo albums for music studios, and gave voice to short films which accumulated over 3 million views across various social media. 

She has more than one hundred students from across the world and is very popular with her students.



Sreekutty- Carnatic Vocal

Sreekutty S Rupesh

Sreekutty is a classical musician trained in Carnatic and Hindustani music with over 13 years of experience in training students. She is a disciple of Smt Suma Unnikrishnan in Carnatic and has trained under Ustad Faiyaz Khan and Shri Jogiraj Sikidar in Hindustani music, and is currently under the guidance of Guru Prince Rama Varma.
She has performed at various prestigious events with stalwarts in music. She is also a well-known figure in the field of media and television and has hosted various television shows and events.
Teaching is a passion and a way of life for Sreekutty, and she believes that Music moulds an individual to grow into a better person and find their true inner calling.




Oindra Kumar Dutta

Oindra Kumar Dutta is an Indian Classical based Violinist from Kolkata. Graduated in 2012, with a in Computer Science from Sir Gurudas Mahavidyalaya.Since 2011, he has learnt violin from Sri Biswajit Roychowdhury who is a senior disciple of Pandit V G Jog. He has groomed western styles from Sri. Subhashis Dey. Inspiration & Guidance from maestro maternal uncle Sri Raghunath Nandy Presently under the tutelage of Pandit Alok Lahiri. He received Grade-B from All India Radio, Kolkata in 2019. Completed 6th year from “Sorbobharatiyo Sahittya o Sangeet Porishad”. Took 1st position in All India Young Music Conference 2014. Received “Silver Violin” for Best Competitor in Violin, From Chetla Murari Sangeet Sammilani 2016. Took position in Rajya Sangeet Academy, Took podium in Anandamoy Bidushi Sipra Basu Foundation for Upcoming Musical Talent hunt . Etc.A “Gold Memento” from “All India Young Music Conference” Also selected for an upcoming multi talent reality show named “Colors TV Hunarbaaz”. Achieved “Best Sound Designing” award for a short film named The Sleeping Buddha for music direction from “Tagore International Film Festival”, “Calcutta International Cult Film Festival”,”Mountain View International Film Festival”, “World Film Carnival- Singapore” and many more.



Arindam Chakravarty
Arindam is a tabla virturoso, trained under guidance Acharya Pandit Shankar Ghosh ji for 26 years and then Vidwan S. Shekhar in Carnatic music.

“A Graded” artist of All India radio & Doordarshan, an empaneled artist of ICCR & EZCC in established Artiste category ,empaneled artist of Regional Outreach Bureau from Information and Broadcasting Dept. (Govt of India).Senior national scholarship holder from the Indian Ministry of Culture, New delhi in the field of tabla.

Arindam is recipient of several awards such as Gana Yogi Panchakshari Award, Taalmani award by Mumbai, Sangeet gaurav award. He regularly travels around the world to perform as a solo artist as well as accompanist. Arindam has performed in Japan, Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Okinawa, Thailand, Srilanka and UAE.

He has accompanied many maestros around the globe such as Padmabhushan N. Rajam Ji, Ustad Ashish Khan Sahab, Padmabhibhushan Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia Ji, Padmashree Sivamani, Pamdabhushan Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma, Ustad Hamid Ali Khan Sahab, and many more. Arindam has trained students worldwide for the last 20 years & at present is a senior faculty of Tabla at Malhaar


Prashant Yerware

Prashant Yeware, is a creative art person by profession and a percussionist by passion. At the age of 10 his coaching in Tabla started with Shri Chodankarji, and continued his learning with Shri. Madhavji Tare. Tabla being the main instrument, he acquired proficiency in other percussion instruments like Dholak, Dholki, Drums, Kongo, Tumba to name a few. He is also taken drums lessons from Shri Prabhakar Panchal, a professional drummer 

At the age of 14, did his first professional recording for a Marathi devotional album with Music Director Shri. Vishwasji Patankar from Marathi film industry. Prashant has accompanied as a percussionist in various live shows and recordings right from his childhood.

After moving to Dubai, he connected with Shri Jogira Sikidarji, founder of Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts and accompanied with him in several Malhaar productions. 

Currently, Prashant is mentoring students in Malhaar in the capacity of tabla faculty.


Pradeep Chatterjee

Pradeep Chatterjee is a highly talented Tabla player from India. He performs widely across India and the world as a soloist or with other outstanding musicians from Indian and non-Indian musical traditions. Pradeep has been performed in many ountries like: U.S.A.,Switzerland,France,U.A.E.etc. His performances are widely acclaimed. Pradeep began his music education at the age of seven under his father late Pandit Amalesh Chatterjee, a very popular percussionist of his time from Farrukhabad Gharana, and later came under the guidance of his father’s senior-most disciple Pandit Samir Chatterjee.
Pradeep is rated as a B-High grade artiste at Indian National Radio and Television under the ministry of Information and Broadcasting.



Gandhali Ramugade

Gandhali Ramugade started learning Sitar  under the guidence of her guru shreemati Rohini kulkarni ,daughter of Pandit Malhaarrao kulkarni ,famous flutist from mumbai . She continues with her learning from her Guru and currently teaching Sitar at the Malhaar Centre for Performing Arts.



Avijit Kar
Avijit has trained in Indian classical music and is a Sangeet Prabhakar from Lucknow Gharana. He has learnt Western Contemporary Piano(Trinity Curriculum) from Calcutta School of Music. He has travelled across the globe and performed with stalwarts like Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia, Hariharan,Late Mana Dey, Ushma Uthup and Vinod Rathod amongst others. He is a lifetime member of R.D. Burman’s band Euphony.
Avijit has been teaching Piano and Keyboard for the last 29 years



Prachi Abhay Ambre

Prachi is a passionate kathak performer and choreographer. She has completed NRITYALANKAR from “Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya”under the guidance of Guru Dr. Manjiri Deo ji and mastered laykari in kathak from Talmani Pandit Mukundraj Deo ji . She is having a deep theoretical as well as practical knowledge of kathak and other dance forms. Prachi has trained for over 25 years under the guru-shisya Parampara and having 12+ years of teaching experience in a field of Kathak. Prachi holds Masters of Arts (M.A.) in Kathak from “Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University” and Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Information Technology from “University of Mumbai”. Prachi has performed at various prestigious kathak events including Gopi Krishna Sangit Mohotsav, Sitara Devi Nartan Katta, Sanskriti Art Festival, Thane Art Festival etc. Prachi is having expertise in various elements of Kathak including laykari, Taalang, Bhaavang. She is currently training students at the elementary and advanced levels and preparing them for examinations and performances.



Gandhali Ramugade
Gandhali Ramugade, a disciple of Padmabhushan Shreemati Dr.Kanak Rele.She completed her master’s degree under the guidance of her Guru Kanak Rele Ji from Nalanda Nritya Kala Mahavidyalaya affiliated to the University of Mumbai, India.
Gandhali has won a Silver medal for her performance in the Cultural Olympiad of Performing Arts, Singapore 2019.Nrutyaka award by Akhil Natrajam Aantar Sanskrutik Sangh, an award for outstanding performance in the Pune Festival & award from Global Council of Art & Culture by Akhil Bhartiya Sanskrutik Sangh official partner of UNESCO. She has performed all over India & abroad.
Gandhali is a passionate Bharatanatyam dancer, performer, and teacher. She is currently training students at the elementary and advanced levels.
Apart from Bharatanatyam, Gandhali is also a trained sitar player under the guidance of her Guru Ketaki Supekar, Mumbai, India.

Anjana Ketty
Anjana is a Bharatanatyam dancer based in Dubai with dancing experience of more than 25 years. Anjana is a disciple of Kalaimamani Late Sri M V Narasimhachari & Smt M Vasanthalakshmi and has performed at major dance festivals in India, Bahrain, Singapore, and Dubai. Trained in Dance, Indian music, and Nattuvangam, she also holds a Master’s degree in Dance and has been training students and conducting their Arangetrams for the past 17 years.
She is currently registered under internationally recognized ISTD (The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing), London where her students have been consistently scoring merit and above.
Anjana follows her Gurus ideology that Dance is not just an art, but a way of life.



Jyoti Unni
Jyoti Unni is an exponent of Guru Deba Prasad Das style of Odissi and has been trained by two eminent Gurus namely Guru Rabindra Kumar Swain and Smt. Sangeeta Dash, in Odisha, the land of origin of this classical dance form. Jyoti holds the `Sangeet Prabhakar` in Classical Odissi Dance from Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad, with distinction. With her striking stage presence, precise dance techniques & abhinaya (facial expressions), Jyoti has won popular praise among audiences in India, Singapore & Dubai. Jyoti is an impaneled artiste of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR) as an Odissi soloist. Jyoti has performed at leading festivals like Odissi International Festival( Bhubaneswar), Soorya Festival (Trivandrum) Bharatham Dance Festival (Trissur), SIFAS Dance & Music Festival ( Singapore), Singapore Heritage Festival, to name a few.

Jyoti has imparted training in Odissi at the Global Indian Cultural Centre, (GICC), Queenstown, Singapore from 2006 to 2017. For her contribution to Odissi, she was awarded the GICC long service award in 2011. Jyoti has been invited to judge Dance competitions in Singapore and in India. Several of her students have gone on to become Odissi Dance Soloists under her guidance.




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