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Abhisek started performing in public at an early age of 10 years though he got his first break at the national level in 1997 when he was invited by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia to play at "Saath Saath Festival" and that year he also gave his debut performance abroad in Holland at the "World Kinder Festival" where he was named as an 'Wonder Kid'. That was just the commencement of an outstanding prodigy's lifelong commitment towards music which later led to extensive concerts through Europe, U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Sri Lanka, Japan, Bangladesh apart from India. He with his father Pandit Alok Lahiri possesses the dignity of performing at the Europe Parliament in France, Cannes World Music Festival and also in Canada Culture Days in Toronto as the first Indian Musicians.

Notwithstanding the traditional essence which is one of the predominant features of Indian Classical Music, Abhisek Lahiri, one of the youngest President Award Winning "A" grade sarod artist of Prasar Bharati and Doordarshan has blended his baaj by the norms of the venerable raagdari with the neoteric idiosyncrasy of chalan, taan, chords and by introducing unanticipated instantaneous notes and startling phrases. Though he was trained under his eminent father and Guru Pandit Alok Lahiri from a very tender age in the gurukul system, his approach of sarod playing primarily belongs to the Senia Maihar gharana along with influences of other gharanas like Shahajahanpur and Senia Bangash (Gwalior).

Abhisek started performing in public at an early age of 10 years though he got his first break in national level in 1997 when he was invited by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia to play at "Saath Saath Festival" and that year he also gave his debut performance abroad in Holland at the "World Kinder Festival" where he was named as an 'Wonder Kid'. That was just the commencement of an outstanding prodigy's lifelong commitment towards music which later led to extensive concerts through Europe, U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Sri Lanka, Japan, Bangladesh apart from India. He with his father Pandit Alok Lahiri possesses the dignity of performing as the first Indians at the Europe Parliament in France, Cannes World Music Festival and also in Canada Culture Days in Toronto.

Notwithstanding the traditional essence which is one of the predominant features of Indian Classical Music, Abhisek Lahiri, one of the youngest President Award Winning "A" grade sarod artist of Prasar Bharati and Doordarshan has blended his baaj by the norms of the venerable raagdari with the neoteric idiosyncrasy of chalan, taan, chords and by introducing unanticipated instantaneous notes and startling phrases. Though he was trained under his eminent father and Guru Pandit Alok Lahiri from a very tender age in the gurukul system, his approach of sarod playing primarily belongs to the Senia Maihar gharana along with influences of other gharanas like Shahajahanpur and Senia Bangash (Gwalior).

Abhisek started performing in public at an early age of 11 years though he got his first break in national level in 1997 when he was invited by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia to play at "Saath Saath Festival" and that year he also gave his debut performance abroad in Holland at the "World Kinder Festival" where he was named as an 'Wonder Kid'. That was just the commencement of an outstanding prodigy's lifelong commitment towards music which later led to extensive concerts through Europe, U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Sri Lanka, Japan, Bangladesh apart from India. He with his father Pandit Alok Lahiri possesses the dignity of performing as the first Indians at the Europe Parliament in France, Cannes World Music Festival and also in Canada Culture Days in Toronto.

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