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Broto Roy through the Years
Reston Multicultural Festival 2019
Int'l Trade Center DC 9-12-19
Broto Roy Qtet, Live, Washington, DC
Broto Roy Qtet 4-6-17 Penn State U.
Broto Roy Quartet
Outdoor Yoga class
Montgomery College Performing Arts Center
Washington National Cathedral
Embassy of India performance
Broto Roy and Baul folksingers at the Smithsonian's Silk Road Festival - National Mall, Wash. DC July 4th
Manganayar musicians from Rajasthan, India - Smithsonian Silk Road Festival, Washington, DC
B. relaxing in Negril, Jamaica
Broto with Fareed Haque (guitar); Steve Smith (drums) & Dan Nimmer (keyboards).
With The Sanjay Mishra Group and Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead. State Theatre
With The World Music Ensemble at the Kennedy Center
The Washington National Cathedral
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B. with sitarist Gaurav Mazumdar
Elmira College's Hamilton Great Hall
DC Jazz Festival
Montpelier Jazz Festival
Kennedy Center, BR Sextet
Broto accompanying the dancing singer
Purna das Baul, India's greatest wandering minstrel.
Cover of Bob Dylan's "John Wesley Harding" with Purno das Baul (rightmost) who has often been featured with Broto's Indian folk music ensemble
and his younger brother (leftmost) Lakhan das Baul
Broto's flutist (Bansuri) John Wubbenhorst appears on "American Raga"
Carl Grubbs, saxophonist on Broto's CD "Total Immersion"
Broto's Mom & Dad in concert
The Roy Family group,
, at The Library of Congress, Madison Hall, Washington DC.
Multicultural performing arts students at Adams Elementary School in Adams-Morgan, DC learn Indian tabla, from Broto Roy, rear." - Washington Post
Live at The Kennedy Center
At the National Folk Festival in Michigan with sitar maestro Krishna Bhatt
At the tabla master-craftsman's shop in Kolkata (Calcutta)
B. live in Boston with Paul Bollenback
B and The World Music Ensemble
B at the Capitol, Washington, DC