“Ritika Ganguly is conversant in many music styles. But her true genius may just be in finding ways of combining them so that the outcome is greater than the sum of the parts.” – Phil Nusbaum, Jazz88.

Ganguly’s singing is hypnotic….Xylem is haunting and fantastical, presented in music by composer and vocalist Ritika Ganguly, whose art encompasses a variety of styles from Bengal, and stop-motion animation by Roshan Ganu, with libretto, guitar, ukulele and vocals by Shinjan Sengupta.” – Pamela Espeland, Minnpost.

“One of the more interesting trajectories can be seen in the work of Ritika Ganguly, a medical anthropologist and composer. Her autobiographical piece “All Exits Are Clearly Marked.” is about her journey ‘through misdiagnoses, mistreatments and mediocre health care (in America).’

In her former life, she would have presented her research and data in a paper. Now she is presenting it onstage, borrowing techniques from Bengali protest music and poetry.” – Rohan Preston, Star Tribune.

“Curated by Ritika Ganguly, the Odd Measures Even-ing showcases brilliant oddities of the Twin Cities music scene…” – Phil Nusbaum, KBEM.

“May is AAPI Month! All month, we’ll be highlighting the incredible contributions of the AAPI artists in our community. Recently, we sat down with Ritika Ganguly to talk about how her AAPI identity has impacted her opera career and what she would like to see change in the opera industry.” -MN Opera team.