Prosad is an international musician, composer and well known sitar player.  He has toured Canada, India, New Zealand and Australia; performing in a variety of venues including music festivals, concert halls, clubs and yoga centres.

He also recorded with Australian artist Xavier Rudd on his new album, Spirit Bird.  With multiple songs in Hollywood movies, Prosad’s fusion style sitar music is getting noticed around the globe.  His fan base ranges from Australia and New Zealand to Europe, North America and India.  Prosad’s first sitar teacher was Shambhu Das; Ravi Shankar’s senior disciple and George Harrison’s first sitar teacher. 

Since then Prosad has studied sitar in Toronto and India and is currently studying Indian music with Alam Khan, son of the legendary Ali Akbar Khan Sahib. 

Prosad has recorded four albums of original music and is currently working on a fifth which is a blend of styles mixing dance, reggae, Trance-Sitar and world instruments.  He divides his time between Canada and travelling the world performing.

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