I had a wonderful time performing at the Ojai Music Festival in 2016 and 2017. In today’s post, let me tell you a bit about the two events.
In 2012 we made a concert album called Trialogue which beautifully blends my South Indian Carnatic music, Dominique Vellard’s medieval liturgical and Noureddine Tahiri’s Moroccan devotional music. It is one of my most cherished experiences.
One question that I get asked very often is how to practise bass notes to get a more robust and more rounded voice. In today’s video, I’ll share with you the lesson taught to me by the great Madurai.G.S. Mani Sir when I went to him with the exact same problem.
India Music Summit has stared a new online series on unplugged music to bring hope to listeners all around the world during the lockdown. This dose of positivity is indeed essential at a time like this when people have been stuck insides their homes for months with the constant fear of an invisible yet deadly […]
Some of our best experiences can often be accidental. Once such a happy accident led me and two of my German musical friends to come up with a collaborative piece that went on to become a favourite among our European audiences.
A little while ago, I went live on Instagram and on Facebook for an episode of “Utsaah” by Durga Jasraj. Durga Jasraj is the daughter of Sangeetha Marthand, Padma Vibhushan Pandit Jasraj. She is an acknowledged singer of Hindustani Classical and Devotional Music, has contributed greatly to reaching the appreciation of our classical arts to […]