LearnQuest Announces its 15th Annual Music Conference on April 7, 8, & 9 at Regis College in Weston, MA

- Advertisement -

By Pallavi Nagesha

WESTON, MA–As the world takes a cleansing breath after nearly 3 years, LearnQuest gathers itself once again to bring the power of classical music back to the New England connoisseur. The 15th annual conference will be held in-person on April 7, 8, & 9, 2023, at the Casey Theater, Regis College, Weston, MA.

From time immemorial, humans have used music to lift spirits and bring a sense of equanimity. Think about the lullabies you have heard as a child. The soothing syllables calm the restless mind and relaxes the tired body.

Indian classical music, which has its roots in Sama Veda, contains syllabic and rhythmic harmonies that affect feelings in specific ways.

While music has held a thread of sanity, true healing must engage all five senses. I have always looked forward to the immersive experience of the three-day LearnQuest conference. I am completely engaged with all my senses and am able to transcend, even if for a moment, the mundanity of modern life.

Join LearnQuest once again in experiencing this phenomenal festival!

This year’s stellar lineup includes vocal artists Sudha Raghunathan, Arati Ankalikar, Malladi Brothers, Kaivalya Kumar, Kunnakudi Balamurali Krishna, Sanjoy Banerjee, Amritha Venkatesh, and Sandeep Narayanan.

The instrumental artists include Tirchy Sankaran (Mridangam), Nayan Ghosh (Sitar), Tarun Bhatacharya (Santoor), Subhen Chatterjee (Tabla), Tanmoy Bose (Tabla), Ramdas Palsule (Tabla), Lyon Leiffer (Hindustani Flute), Hindole
Majumdar (Tabla), Kamal Sabri (Sarangi), J. A. Jayant (Carnatic Flute), Ashwani Shankar (Shehnai), Mylai Kartikeyan (Nadhaswaram), Saraswathi Ranganathan (Veena), Shreya Devnath (Violin), and Tejendra Narayan Majumdar (Sarod).

Find out more at https://conference.learnquest.org. Get your tickets at


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here