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He is a tablaser from Durgapur, West Bengal, India. Sandip's appearances are characterized by spur-of-the-moment innovations and sound clarity, even if he delivers complicated rhythmical samples at high speeds. Randip Burman either appears in shows all over the globe or in shows that have been attended by the scholars. His 20-stringed guitar is tuned about an hours before class.
And then he comes to his expert knowledge, the tobacco. He has performed with Ravi Shankar and innumerable great names in the world of music, such as Jack DeJohnette, Al Di Meola, Randy Brecker, Howard Levy, Paul McCandless, Andy Narell, Victor Wooten, Bela Fleck and many others. He worked with Danny Elfman and added to the sound track of Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! and an IBM-Spot.
He has made recordings with Dr. L. Subramaniam and can be heard on Warner Brothers' Global Fusion as well. Sandip toured with Victor Bailey (Weather Report), Randy Brecker (Brecker Brothers), Steve Smith (Journey), Howard Levy (Flecktones), Jerry Goodman (Mahavishnu Orchestra) and Paul Bollenback in 2001 on an all-star concert entitled "East Meets Jazz".
Chuck Hawks, the band's producer & manager, said that despite the stress of the whole morning, it was one of the best gigs on the whole album. Currently, Sandip is touring 170 nights a year with recitals at Kennedy Center (Washington D.C.), Street Scene (San Diego), First Night Providence (Rhode Island), House of Blues Chicago, Nelson Atkins Museum (Kansas City), Wolftrap (Washington, D.C.), Ravinia Festival (Chicago), Skirball Cultural Center (Los Angeles), Telluride Bluegrass Festival (Colorado) and the Stern Grove Festival (San Francisco).
Prior to the concert, Sandip often took the liberty of running musical hospitals at grammar school and university.
He has made a name for himself as a fast paced and precise game.
He has made a name for himself as a fast paced and precise game. As well as Indian classical music, his wide range of music, as well as his great versatility and creative skills have made it possible for him to engage in world music. "and Burman seemed to be performing the impractical, alternate rapid-fire tobacco tricks with kakul, a vocals drum, because he was playing wonderfully...."