Skip to main content

RVCF Fall Concert: The Divine Trio

Food/Drink Music/Performance
Eleven Restaurant Great Hall
Ticket Options Below
This event has passed

Join us in welcoming the world-renowned musicians of The Divine Trio for this special concert!

In collaboration with Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation (RVCF), this evening performance will inspire and captivate audiences with the classical melodies of traditional Indian music. The concert is from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a dinner with the talented trio at Eleven from 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Inspirational and captivating, this concert event is not one to miss!

Ticket prices are listed below, reserve your spot online today.

  • Concert Only (General Admission) is $20 ($15 for CBMAA and RVCF members, $10 for students and veterans)
  • Concert Only (Preferred Front-row Seating) is $40 ($35 for CBMAA and RVCF members)
  • Concert and Dinner (Preferred Front-row Seating, dinner with artists, and one Ra-Ve t-shirt) is $125

Dinner will be after the concert from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Eleven (the restaurant inside CBMAA) and includes your choice of a vegetarian or non-vegetarian entree, two sides, non-alcoholic drink, and dessert. A form will be emailed to registrants to confirm selections.

For questions, please email

About The Divine Trio

Mita Nag (sitar), practitioner of the Vishnupur Gharana school of music Bengal, comes from a family of musicians extending back for at least three generations. Daughter of the veteran sitarist, Pandit Manilal Nag, and granddaughter of Sangeet Acharya Gokul Nag, she was initiated into music at the age of four, studying with her parents and her grandfather. She has given many concert performances in cities in India, the US, Canada, Japan, and Europe.

Hassan Haider (shehnai), a leading player of the younger generation, was trained by his father, Ustad Ali Ahmed Hussain in the Benares and Senia gharanas, and Pandit Arvind Parikh, of the Imdadkhani gharana. He has performed at many important music festivals in India and is regularly featured on Indian radio and television. He has performed in the US, Canada, the UK, France, Switzerland, and Belgium.

Shubhen Chatterjee (tabla) trained under the illustrious tabla maestro, Pandit Swapan Chowdhury. Although trained in the Lucknow Gharana tradition, his playing draws on a variety of gharan styles, which make him a unique and distinctive performer. He has performed in many concerts, as a soloist, and as an accompanist alongside such luminaries as Bhimsen Joshi, Girija Devi, Jasraj, V. G. Jog, the Mishra Brothers, Rashid Khan, Shahid Parvez, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. and Manilal Nag.

About RVCF

Ra-Ve Cultural Foundation was founded in 2018 with a mission to promote the traditional performing arts of India in NWA, by educating and inspiring people to learn, teach, and sustain those arts in our area. We fulfill our mission through a variety of initiatives, including weekly classes for young people, workshops and performances with skilled local artists, and sponsorship of world-famous practitioners of Indian dance, music, and theater to come to NWA to perform and teach.