Musique indienne Baithak, un salon pour la musique
classique de l’Inde


The chapel once a convent, is now a small, historic venue, with the audience close to the musicians who are playing without any amplification.
Baithak – sitting – suggesting an intimate gathering, as performers and audience communicate in a mutually enriching dialogue.  Musicians from the younger generation, from the North (Hindustani) and South (Karnatic), trained according to the “guru-shishya parampara” (master-disciple) tradition. Since 1974, the Festival d'Automne à Paris has featured Indian musicians, dancers and actors, presenting rare forms and authentic talent.