Maestro Bickram Ghosh is one of India’s greatest classical tabla players. He is revered globally for his dexterity on the tabla and also for being one of the pioneers of experimental fusion music. He is an extremely successful film music director having scored for 38 feature films, one of which got him an Oscar contention. Bickram Ghosh is known to experiment and reinterpret music and culture, he dabbles in a vast repertoire of musical genres, from classical, rock, new-age, fusion to film music. Recently he received his doctorate in music from the Mother Teresa University. Wings have partnered with the Bickram Ghosh Academy of Performing Arts to provide music classes to children in both offline grounds and online platforms. This will help us provide a wide range of vocal and instrumental music along with various forms of dance under the guidance of Maestro Bickram Ghosh himself.
Anindita Sarbadhikari graduated from National School of Drama, New Delhi with specialisation in Theatre Direction, had been a member of the International Jury at several prestigious international film festivals, like Cairo, Damascus ,Munich. Anindita has made over 75 fiction films for television and several shorts on contemporary social and political issues. Many of her films got numerous awards in India and abroad. She made Children’s films and Reality shows, Treasure Hunts for children on Television . Her 12 documentaries cover wide range of socio-political issues like political empowerment of women to investigative search in Nandigram or Jungle Mahal, Migrant labour in Kolkata to relevance of Gandhi in post partition India. Wings have collaborated with Abhinay to provide a 6 months acting course for children from the age of 3 to teens. This course is meticulously designed to groom and train children in the art of acting and performing using their imagination, their body and voice. At the end of this course there will be a short film written and produced for each batch of kids where they will be auditioned and given an opportunity to showcase their acting.