Chandrika Tandon
Press Release
Indo-American Arts Council

Is delighted to celebrate the CD Launch of

Tuesday October 6, 2009 7-9 pm
Aicon Gallery, 35 Great Jones Street, NYC.
CDs will be available for purchase and signing. 100% of proceeds of the CD sales will be donated to the IAAC to further their mission of showcasing artists of Indian heritage.

Soul Call: 
Soul call is conceptualized, composed and voiced by Chandrika Krishnamurthy Tandon, Soul Call consists of 9 tracks of praise. Like her other CD's even Soul Call is related to the healing mantra of Om Namo Narayanaya which is considered to be one of the most potent protections for the physical body. Soul Call will officially be released on Tuesday, October 6.

For more info on Soul Call go to or email

Chandrika Tandon:
Chandrika has built a tremendously successful business career with the same passion with which she approaches music. She spent many years as a partner with McKinsey and Company before founding Tandon Capital Associates, Inc., a financial advisory and investment firm, which she currently chairs. She has worked with Boards, Chief Executives and Senior Management teams of over 40 financial institutions all over the world. She shares her management and financial skills with students as an Executive in Residence and a member of the Board of Overseers of New York Universityís Stern School of Business and the Presidentís Council of International Activities at Yale University. In 2009, Chandrika was honored with the Walter Nicholsí medal, NYU Sternís highest honor given to distinguished business people with a record of integrity and service. And she reaches out to her community as founder and chairman of the Tandon Foundation, supporting non-profits that focus on sustainable livelihoods, womenís economic power, education, the arts and spirituality. She is also a Board member of the America India Foundation and the Hindu Community Outreach Foundation.
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