Trio One World Concert

Experience the best of classical Indian and contemporary Swiss music in this fusion performance by the renowned tabalchi Pt. Udhai Mazumdar, sitarist Rohan Dasgupta and pianist Lisa Maria Schachtschneider.

About Trio One World

In 2021, Lisa Maria Schachtschneider, Rohan Dasgupta and Pandit Udhai Mazumdar met at a concert in Liechtenstein, where the two Indian musicians performed together. Fascinated by the idea of combining the sounds and traditions of classical Indian ragas with western classical piano music and thus creating a completely new listening experience, the three musicians founded Trio One World. The name of the group reflects the coming together of two cultures in world music. It also stands for awareness of a global sense of togetherness and shared global responsibility. The Trio visits India on its maiden tour from 22 January 2024 to 4 February 2024.


Since the piano is not a typical Indian instrument, and Indian music, which is heavily influenced by improvisation, is traditionally passed on from generation to generation without sheet music, there is no printed literature for the instrumentation piano-sitar-tabla. In early 2022, Udhai Mazumdar composed two works for the Trio, which were handwritten by the musicians, and in 2023 a third piece was added.


Don’t worry if you’re not in Bengaluru, they’re also performing in the following cities:


  • 29 January 2024 – 7.00 pm, The Theatre (Amaltas) India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
  • 31 January 2024 – 6.30 pm, Kolkata Center for Creativity, Kolkata
  • 03 February 2024 – 9.00 am, Jaipur Literature Festival, Jaipur


This concert is part of celebrating 75 years of the Swiss-Indian Friendship Treaty.