Indo-fusion violinist and vocalist Sunita Bhuyan is trained in the Hindustani style from her mother Minoti Khaund and maestro late Pandit V. G. Jog, specialising in Indo-jazz fusion and world folk styles. Hers is the first album of folk on the violin” Bihu Strings” in India by Times Music. Her recent projects are Commonwealth culture series UK, With Strings Attached, Edinburgh Mela, Beyond Boundaries London, music for ” Save the Rhino” by Yes Bank and CNBC, and a world music women’s quartet with the Peninsula Studios. She is the recipient of the Priyadarshini Award for excellence, Giants International Award for women, REX Karmaveer global awards, and an award from his Holiness Pope Francis at the Vatican for her work on music therapy with underprivileged children, cancer patients and people with disability. Sunita is the Ambassador for the South Asian Women’s Fund in Sri Lanka. Some of her popular programs are Sahakriya, The Music Clinique, With Strings Attached, 3E on women’s empowerment
An HR professional on Wellness, leadership and change through the medium of music for almost 20 years she has presented her talks and workshops in international forums like TED talks, SHRM, Asia Scotland Society Edinburgh, Commonwealth HRICT, Gartner Leadership Forum New York , Marcus Evans KL, Indian Consulate Dubai, ICIA Glasgow, Nehru Centre London, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, XLRI, NHRDN, Deloitte Human Capital Summit, Learning and Development Roundtable Asia, CII HR conclave, Women Leadership Forum of Asia, BMA, Indian Merchant Chambers, World Trade Center, Godrej India Culture Lab, Cancer Patients Association, ADAPT (Spastics Society of India), Don Bosco Street shelter etc.
Sunita’s corporate clients consist of the creme de la creme with whom she has engaged in a range of innovative interventions on values and change in organisations..