Three Indian Nocturnes
for unaccompanied oboe
by Anish Raj Pandit, Indian composer and oboist
for Dr. Elizabeth Aronson Robertson
Anish Raj Pandit is currently a Musician-in-Residence at the National Centre for the Performing Arts of India, serving as Resident Oboe of the Symphony Orchestra of India and an Instructor of Music at the NCPA.
He completed his M.M. in oboe performance from the New England Conservatory of Music, and his B. M. in oboe performance from Indiana University. He was a student of John Ferrillo, Anne Marie Gabriele, Linda Strommen, and Dr. Elizabeth A. Robertson.
Pandit is a self-taught Indian vocalist, and released his first album of Indian vocal music in 2020 named "Pitambar," followed by an album of French songs on oboe named "Songs of France: Music of Fauré, Ravel, and Poulenc." Both are available for free listening on
YouTube and SoundCloud.