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Kushal was born in a musical family in Kolkata. His grandfather Bimal Das was an esraj player and his father and uncle were both sitarists. His father Sailen Das was a disciple of Lakhsman Bhattacharya and Ravi Shankar. His uncle Santanu Das was a disciple of Ali Akbar Khan.
He started his training under the guidance of his father and uncle. Later he received training from Sanjoy Bandopadhyay and from Ajoy Sinha Roy (a disciple of Allauddin Khan) and took vocal lessons from Manas Chakraborty and Ramkrishna Basu.
Kushal has participated in many concert festivals in India and abroad, including:
- The Doverlane Music Conference (Kolkata)
- ITC-SRA Sangeet Sammelan (Kolkata)
- Swami Haridas Festival (Delhi)
- Bengal Classical Music Festival (Dhaka)
- Philharmonie (Paris)
- Darbar (Queen Elizabeth Hall, UK)
- Theatre de la Ville (Paris)
Raga – Bilaskhani Todi & Sohini from “Ocora Radio France”(France). Raga – Desh & Mishra Pahadi from “Peshkar” (Germany). Raga – Aabhogi & Sindhu Bhairavi from “Mavas Music” (India). Raga – Marwa (Sur-Bahar) from “Ocora Radio France” (France). Raga – Kaushi kanada & Jhinjhoti from “Rhyme Records” (U.S.A). Raga – Malkauns, Gorakh Kalyan & Bharavi from “Sumani” (U.S.A). Raga – Marwa (Sitar) from “India Archive Music” (U.S.A). The Divine Soul-Raga – Ahir Bhairav, Bageshree & Folk Tune from “Bihaan Music” (India). Double CD [A] Raga- Mishra Shivaranjani, Mand, Mishra Kafi & Madhyam Se Bhairavi. [B] Raga- Nat Bhairav from “TIM International Music Company” AG, Pastels (Germany). Essence of time – 11 Ragas from “Rhyme Records” (U.S.A). Bandishana – from “Bihaan Music”
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