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Interview with Sunita Bhuyan, award winning violinist.

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Sunita Bhuyan is a violinist of the Hindustani style and has carved a niche for herself as an innovative musician in the field of Indian Classical music. Recepient of the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini award for Music, Sunita has undergone her initial training from her mother Minoti Khaund, eminent violinist and disciple of Pt. V.G. Jog. The mother daughter duo of Minoti and Sunita have performed duets all over the country and abroad, regaling the audience and the press alike with their “jugalbandi”.

Sunita has performed solos and duets with her mother in several prestigious platforms in India and abroad like India International Center, Delhi, NCPA Mumbai, Rabindra Natya Mandir Mumbai, India Habitat Centre,Bandra Fest, Kala Ghoda Fest, London, Glasgow, Aberdeen, ,Assam, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Scotland, London New York ,New Jersey, NY, Chicago, Boston, Nashville.

Along with pure classical music, Sunita has been performing a variety of light music melodies, experimenting with jazz, folk and popular music to reach out to a diverse spectrum of audience. Sunita’s academic qualification includes an MBA in Human Resources and she has got around 15 years of experience in the corporate world as a training specialist.

[box]Currently she heads the training for Syntel Inc an American ITES company and uses music as a Life enrichment tool for her management development workshops. She got the award for most innovative HR practice at the recent world HRD congress. Sunita has been profiled as a “Frontrunner” in Business India and as a “Lifestyle& Wellbeing” specialist in the Mumbai Mirror, of the Times of India daily.[/box] FOLLOW POWAI INFO ON YOUR PREFERRED SOCIAL NETWORK
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