Flute Sisters

They are one of the only performing women flautists in Hindustani Classical Music.

They studied world music at the Rotterdam Conservatory, earning a certification with distinction for Uitvoerend Musicus (Performing Musician) and Docenten Musicus (Music Teacher). Returning to India, they then completed Sangeet Prabhakar (Bachelor of Music Degree) and Sangeet Pravin (Masters of Music Degree) from Prayag Sangeet Samiti in Allahabad.

To pursue their musical endeavors, their hard work and dedication earned them a few scholarships,

  • ‘National Scholarship’ from Department of Culture     
  • ‘Nuffic’ through Indian Embassy Netherlands
  •  Students scholarship from Vrindaban Gurukul

Suchismita & Debopriya have a long way to go and the journey has just began………………………..

Flute Sisters Performances


Under the tutelage of their Guru they have grown tremendously as musicians and as performers in the purest form.

Their performances at prestigious music conferences have been applauded and appreciated by the connoisseurs of Indian classical music. To name a few,

Saptak Music festival

Sahara Jyoti Divas

Dr. Gangubai Hangal’s Centenary Celebration

Sankat Mochan Sangeet Samaroh

Debopriya & Suchismita were one of the few privileged to perform at the 75th birthday celebrations of Pandit Birju Maharaj at Kamani auditorium, Delhi.

They are also affiliated with the Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth (SPICMACAY)


Social Relevance

Over the years, Music Group and Cultural Trust spearheaded by Smt. Krishna Chatterjee has been a quiet contributor to the cause of aid to cancer-afflicted children. She also runs Moorchana School of Music, which uses teaching and training as a means to preserve and promote Indian classical music.

As daughters, assisting in these endeavors over the years has helped Suchismita & Debopriya grow as a human being, and thus a renewed commitment to social relevance was born.

 New series of music concerts that encourage budding talent and showcase the best in Indian classical music are organized and the proceeds are contributed in aid of Cancer Afflicted Children.

A small effort of a mother, a daughter, above all an artist to fill in the void between apathy and empathy.