Renowned flutist Chetan Joshi talked about his struggles and love for his music in the 103rd episode of Baaton Baaton Mein.
A talk series ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’ is being held everyday on Instagram. Hosted by renowned art critic Sunil Mishr, the series is being held for the art lovers.
Here on Tuesday, the series marked its 103rd episode. In this episode, Sunil Mishr talked with a renowned classical flutist Chetan Joshi. Joshi talked about hsi love for music and also the challenges he has faced all these years.
He also adviced young instrumentalist to keep working even during lockdown.
It is to be noted that the series is all about meeting with renowned personalities of classical dance and music world. They talk about their struggles, life and success during the talk show.
Chetan Joshi is a noted flautist in the Hindustani classical music tradition. He was born in Jharia and brought up at Noamundi and Bokaro Steel City. He was trained under Late Acharya Jagadish, Late Pandit Bholanath Prasanna, Late Pandit Raghunath Seth and Pandit Ajoy Chakravorty.
As one of the leading classical instrumentalists from Delhi, Chetan Joshi has performed in various concerts over the last thirty years. He has given various performances and some of them were held in Bhopal as well. He also tuned with renowned flutist of the city Ronu Majumdar in of the events held for UN Goals.
He gave his performance along with a Japanese artist for a programme named Venu Naad (sound of flute) in a series of Jugalbandi concerts. He has also performed Jugalbandi with Santoor, Violin, Guitar, Sitar, Sarod and Flute artists from various parts of country.
He has been awarded with Rajakiya Sanskritik Samman (State honor) by the Government of Jharkhand. He has also been awarded Sur Mani, Bismillah Samman, Sangeet Kala Gaurav Award, Kala Ratna Sammaan, Sangam Sammaan and many other awards and accolades.