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  Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik is an exponent of Hindustani Classical vocal music. She started her training in music at a very early age from Sri Ajit Dutta, followed by extensive training from Late Shree Biren Phukan in Guahati, Assam.
Subsequently she received training from Srimati Meera Banerjee, the Kolkata based noted vocalist. Since 1984, Mitali was under the tutelage of late Padmabhushan Pandit V. G. Jog, the famous violin maestro.
Pandit Jog's vast and extensive experience in the different musical styles and traditions has helped Mitali to blend the best of few Gharanas in her music in contrast to sticking to a single traditional Gharanas style. This has been the essence of Pandit Jog's philosophy in music and training methodology. Currently she is expanding her repertoire in semi-classical (Thumri, Dadra, Kajri, Chaiti, Hori, etc.) music from Smt. Dahlia Rahut, a senior disciple of Smt. Girija Devi.
She has performed in different prestigious venues in North America, Europe and India.
She is the director of Ethnomedia Music Studio where she trains students of music.
At present she teaches at Chhandayan facility in New York and she is an adjunct faculty at the Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of Arts.
  Awards & Affiliations  

Mitali along with her students has won the prestigious New Jersey Council of the Arts grant for four years.
Mitali is the director of Ethnomedia Music Studio in New Jersey which is a division of Ethnomedia LLC.
She is also affiliated to Chhandayan School of Music.
She is the founder of a non-profit Musical organization 'Raag Rang' which is extensively promoting Indian Classical Music all across USA.


Mitali runs a school named Ethnomedia Music Studio which is held at Bharat Sevasram Sangha, Kendall Park, New Jersey and 28 McBride Way, Bridgewater, New Jersey. She also teaches at Chhandayan facility in New York.

Phone - 908 429 1120

Mitali has 3 Cd's to her credit.
Vandana ”, where her Guru Late Pt V.G.Jog has accompanied her on the violin.
Rasiya ”, where she has been accompanied by Pt Ramesh Mishra on Sarengi and Pt Samir Chatterjee on tabla.
"Hrid Majhare", Compositions are written by: Makhan Lal Sarkar and composed by Pt Samir Chatterjee.
Mitali has performed jugalbandi concert with Carnatic vocalists Rajeswari Sateesh and Vani Sateesh for 4 times in New York Ganesh temple, Balaji Temple in New Jersey, Chinmaya Mission, New Jersey and Tampa, Florida which was highly appreciated by
the audience.

Mitali has performed as a playback singer in Mira Nair's upcoming film "The Namesake".