“Why not give the soul what it wants? We have to have music.” ― Swami Vivekananda
Indradeep is one of the few Indian Classical violinists to play a unique, custom made five-string violin with eight sympathetic strings, similar to the Norwegian Hardanger fiddle. He is considered a pioneer in his field as his performances integrate many different styles and techniques of Western Classical and Middle Eastern music.
They can range from sweet and soothing to fascinating and thrilling, with excellent bowing techniques and melodies. His style of playing can be described as a blend of Gayki and Tantrakari Ang with his fortes being taan and jhala. He is currently experimenting with different techniques associated with stroked instruments such as the sarod and sitar.