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Current Institution

New England Conservatory, Tufts University 

Areas of Expertise

Hindustani music, Indo-jazz, Indian music.


The artistic traditions of Hindustani music have been at the core of Warren Senders’ life and work since 1977, when he began his study of Hindustani music with Smt. Kalpana Mazumder. After living for five years in India and learning from master teacher Pt. S.G. Devasthali, he is recognized as the foremost non-Indian performer of Hindustani singing; his concerts in India, Europe and North America have been widely acclaimed. Warren has received grants and fellowships including the Indo-American Fellowship, the Jon B. Higgins Memorial Scholarship for Indian Music, a Senior Research Fellowship and a Performing Arts Fellowship from the American Institute of Indian Studies, support for music composition from Meet the Composer, and travel awards from the Fund for U.S. Artists. His writing on music has been published by Rhythm Magazine, Bansuri, the New England Conservatory Journal for Learning Through Music, and World Rhythm.

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