London based singer Ranjana Ghatak has worked nationally and internationally as both an artist and composer. She was commissioned by the Commonwealth Games to write a piece for the Big Big Sing Project, led by Stephen Deazley and Eugene Skeef in Glasgow 2014. She is in the process of writing and releasing solo material alongside Liran Donin (member of Mercury Nominated band Led Bib). She has been touring with Katie Ryan performing contemporary and traditional music for Odissi dance in addition to Kathak dance. She has previously written and performed with Human Beamings, performances include opening for Trilok Gurtu at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Jazz Cafe, Exhibition Road Festival and the London Jazz Festival.

She has performed as a guest singer with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Nitin Sawhney and Akram Khan’s Svapnagata festival (Saddlers Wells), Opera Shots at the Royal Opera House (Sawhney), and has performed and presented concerts at the Barbican. Recent composing projects include Yumma Yukka Boo by Vaiyu Naidu and a dance soundscape for Odissi dancer Parvati Rajamani. She continues to perform and work at the Southbank and Barbican centre on a regular basis, and has also worked as both artist and educator for the City of London Festival, the British Museum, Serious International Music Producers and Dulwich Picture Gallery.  For more info on previous projects and biog please go to Recent Projects.

"Ghatak’s mesmeric melodies also take centre stage at times. Her milky tones wash off over in waves like a lubricated lullaby, gently lulling you into a state of semi-hypnosis.." The Upcoming

"..a trancelike, soulful incantation of meditative magic." Young and Serious Blog