Ronobir Lahiri Music

Ronobir Lahiri Music-

Several years in New York City included a year long run in the Tony-Award winning Broadway revival of The King & I, as understudy to the King, as well as a Helen Hayes Award for an Original Score composed and performed for Tom Stoppard’s Indian Ink, in Washington D.C.  Three summers at the Williamstown Theater Festival included acting work alongside the likes of Olympia Dukakis and Campbell Scott, as well as the completion of several major theatrical scores.

In 2001, he moved to London to join the West End cast of The King & I, and in ’02, ascended the throne, playing the title role of the King of Siam on the UK tour, opposite screen legend Stefanie Powers.  He inhabited the role for over 2 years, and revived the production for his fifth go-round in 2005, on an American tour, once again opposite the inimitable Ms. Powers. It was this tour that landed him in Los Angeles, culminating at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood.  The Southern California climate was too welcome to overlook after a thorough tenure in London, so he stayed put in L.A.

Soon after coming to Los Angeles in 2005, he recorded and produced his debut album, Broad Strokes, which marked a notable departure from the North Indian Classical Tradition.  His second album, on sale on iTunes, CD Baby, and other online retailers, is also self-produced, and titled Joy for Silverlake. His Sitar music is incredible and uniq