Gifted with an capability to summon crystal-clear melodies from his drums, Anindo Chatterjee advanced into among the world’s greatest tabla players. The movie director from the Farrukhabad Gharana of Tabla, founded by Haji Vilayat Khan Saheb, Chatterjee proceeds to give fresh tone of voice to his device. Furthermore to solo shows and recordings, Chatterjee caused sitar players Pandit Nikhil Banerjee, Budhahitya Mukherjee, and Ustad Rais Khan; sarod players Buddhadev Das Gupta and Ali Akbar Kahn; flautist Hariprasad Chaurasia; santoor participant Pandit Shivkumar Sharma; and vocalists Pandit Mallikarjun Mansur and Gangubai Hangal. Motivated by his uncle, Pandit Biswanath Chatterjee, Chatterjee started playing tabla at age five. Learning briefly with Ustad Afaq Hussain Khan from the Lucknow Gharana, he advanced to Pandit Jnan Prakesh, with whom he examined for three years. The receiver of the esteemed President’s Award in 1970, Chatterjee became the initial table player to execute inside your home of Commons twenty years later.