About Bishi

BISHI is a singer, electronic rock-sitarist, composer, producer, and performer born in London of Bengali heritage. As a multi-instrumentalist, she has been trained in both Hindustani and Western Classical styles and studied the sitar under Gaurav Mazumdar, a senior disciple of Ravi Shankar.

BISHI has written, performed and released two albums and five EP's on her own label Gryphon Records to critical acclaim. Her most recent single 'Don't Shoot The Messenger,' was produced by Tony Visconti.

BISHI is the founder of WITCiH: The Women in Technology Creative Industries Hub, a platform elevating Womxn in Tech. She launched the podcast 'Creative Women in Tech,' in May 2020.

BiISHI's collaborations and commissions for the stage include; The London Symphony Orchestra, The Kronos Quartet, Yoko Ono’s ‘Meltdown’, The Science Gallery, Joanna McGregor, Nick Knight's SHOWstudio’, a film collaboration with fashion designer Manish Arora, and recorded collaborations with Sean Ono Lennon, Tony Visconti, Jarvis Cocker, Daphne Guinness & City of London Sinfonia as a Tanpura soloist on Jonny Greenwood's Water.' BISHI produced LANDR's first-ever Sitar Sample pack.

A passionate advocate for inclusivity in the music industry & the gender equality of women in tech, BISHI has been a broadcaster on BBC Radio 4, and is currently an ambassador for the Featured Artists Coalition and an ambassador for Imogen Heap's Creative Passports. Bishi is on the board of directors for The F-List.