About Nupur

Background & Training

Nupur Joshi is an Indian classical vocalist trained by Pt. Vikas Kashalkar and Vidushi Shalmalee Joshi in Hindustani classical music and SS Chitravina N Ravikiran in Carnatic classical for the past many years. She has also trained in light classical music and Thumri under Smt. Kaumudi Munshi and Hema Desai. She has won many prizes at various festivals and has performed at several prestigious venues throughout the country. Nupur has been training students at both beginner and advanced levels in India and abroad. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics from St. Xavier’s, Mumbai and a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Mumbai.

Her concerts include those at the prestigious Shivratri Sangeet Mahotsav, Varanasi (Kashi) (2022), in the presence of respected Ramesh Bhai Ojha (Bhai Shree ji), Saptak Festival – Ahmedabad, Bhavan’s Andheri (BCCA) and Bhavan’s Chowpatty – Mumbai, Sangeet Kala Mandir, Bhartiya Bhasha Parishad at Kolkata, and Shantiniketan.

She was selected thrice for the ‘Guru in Residence Workshop’ at the NCPA, Mumbai, conducted by the internationally acclaimed Pt. Ajoy Chakrabarty (July 2014, 2015, 2016).

She has also passed the Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal, Mumbai exams with first rank (Hindustani vocal).


Nupur Joshi has presented concerts for major organisations and festivals such as the Saptak Festival – Ahmedabad (2015), AMA Festival – TIFR, Mumbai (2015), Prempuri Ashram – Mumbai (2019), Aurobindo Ashram – Vadodara (2019), Centre for Excellence – Gujarat, in collaboration with the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) (2019), Charusat University – Gujarat (2020), Centre for Basic Sciences (CBS) – Mumbai University (2015), Prince of Wales Museum – Mumbai (2019) and several others.

Honors & Prizes

• The Malhar festival, St.Xavier’s College, Mumbai (2004).
• The Kiran festival, K.C. College, Mumbai (2004).
• The Aalap festival, V.G. Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Mulund (2004).
• The Swaranjali festival, presented by Raise Mahapurush Triveni Seva Samiti, Vrindvan (2001).
• The Zonta Club of Bombay, for Hindustani classical vocal (2001).



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