About Bishi

Singer, electronic rock- sitarist, producer and performer BISHI was born in London of Bengali heritage. A multi-instrumentalist, BISHI received musical training in both Hindustani and Western Classical styles, including the study of the sitar under Gaurav Mazumdar a senior disciple of Ravi Shankar.

Primarily a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, who's s voice and sitar are the essences of her songwriting & composition, she has written & recorded two albums, produced by Matthew Hardern: Nights at The Circus and Albion Voice. Bishi co-produced her third album, ‘Let My Country Awake,’ with Jeff Cook.

Bishi is the co-founder of WITCiH: The Women in Technology Creative Industries Hub, a platform elevating Women & Non-Binary in tech through commissions, performances & panels.

Bishi's collaborations & commissions for the stage have included The London Symphony Orchestra, The Kronos Quartet, Tony Visconti Yoko Ono’s Meltdown, The Science Gallery, Joanna McGregor, Nick Knight’s SHOWstudio, a film collaboration with fashion designer; Manish Arora & session work with Sean Ono Lennon, Luke Vibert & Daphne Guinness. Bishi was recently a Tanpura soloist for the City of London Sinfonia, performing Jonny Greenwood’s ‘Water.’

Bishi was the lead commissioned artist for Delia Derbyshire Day, who were celebrating 50 years of the seminal album by White Noise ‘An Electric Storm.’ Her artistic response resulted in ‘The Telescope Eye,’ an EP she co-produced with Richard Norris. Bishi fronted a documentary for Radio 4 centred around the groundbreaking tech company, ROLI. Her most recent EP ‘Of Rituals & Rites, with composer, Neil Kaczor is out on March 20th, 2020, for Spring Equinox.