Sandip Chatterjee, a Santoor player, music director, and composer, showed an early interest in music at the age of eight. His father, Mr. Asoke Kumar Chatterjee, a former international footballer and active supporter of Indian classical music, encouraged his son's rising talent by providing necessary support and facilities. Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya, a renowned Santoor Player, accepted Sandip as his student in 1980. Over the past ten years, he learned taleem of "Ragdari" and "Layakari" from vocal maestro Pandit Ajay Chakraborty. In addition to traditional Indian classical music, he is fascinated by various foreign music genres and musicians. He performed at many major music conferences and festivals across India, including the "Karnataka Music Festival, Sangeet Research Academy, NCPA, Rajya Sangeet Academy, Sursagar Music Festival, Prayag Sangeet Samyalan, Ramakrishna Mission (Calcutta)."

He toured internationally for music shows and lecture demonstrations. Furthermore, he had also worked with well-known international musicians in various genres, including jazz, rock, contemporary, and fusion. His music has touched countless ears by reaching out to a broader audience. He collaborated with several reputed international artists and made a name for himself in the music industry as a talented composer. Sandip had performed with the "Nuokollin Jazz Orchestra," a well-known jazz group in Germany. He has performed his recitals in front of audiences several times in India and worldwide, with remarkable success.

He had also appeared on several television channels and serials and worked with famous Indian music directors such as A.R. Rahman, Rabindra Jain, V. Balsara, and others. Sandip accepted the first prize in the all-India Music and Dance Competition hosted by "Sangeetayan" in 1986, New Delhi. He participated in the category of "Hindustani Classical Instrumental Music." He is also the recipient of the prestigious "President of India Award." He also won the "All India Radio Hindustani Classical (instrumental)" music competition in New Delhi.

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