MUSIC : International Jazz Day Celebrations > 9pm-11pm on 28th, 29th & 30th April 2018 - Delhi Events
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MUSIC : International Jazz Day Celebrations > 9pm-11pm on 28th, 29th & 30th April 2018

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Venue : Cocktails & Dreams, Speakeasy, SCO 23, Sector 15, Part II, Gurugram

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Time : 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm Add to Calendar 28/04/2018 21:00 30/04/2018 23:00 Asia/Kolkata MUSIC : International Jazz Day Celebrations Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2018/04/music-international-jazz-day-celebrations-speakeasy-gurugram.html Cocktails & Dreams, Speakeasy, SCO 23, Sector 15, Part II, Gurugram DD/MM/YYYY

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Venue : Cocktails & Dreams, Speakeasy, SCO 23, Sector 15, Part II, Gurugram
Venue Info : www.cndspeakeasy.com | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Huda City Centre(Yellow Line)'

Event Description : MUSIC : International Jazz Day Celebrations

Schedule : 

28th April - Jazz Jam with Four and Kartikeya Srivastava Trio
29th April - The 4 AF
30th April - Sonam Kalra Live

About the bands:

28th April : 

Band 1 : 'Four' will be playing a mix of Jazz, Motown, and Funk songs.
Smiti Malik - Voice
Siddharth Jain - Drums
Sonic Shori - Bass
Adhir Ghosh - Guitar

The 2nd band, Kartikeya Srivastava Trio, is an upcoming collaboration led by drummer and composer Kartikeya Srivastava featuring Pranai Gurung on Guitar and Harshit Misra on Bass. The band was conceived in an attempt to explore original music in a guitar-based groove/funk setting. Drawing from their vast influences ranging from blues to jazz to rock, the band tries synthesize their inspirations into a sound that is true and authentic.

KARTIKEYA SRIVASTAVA is a drummer, improviser, and composer from Lucknow, India. His current interests involve exploring musical improvisation and folk music from around the world in an attempt to develop a creative musical language that is personal and representative of his experience as a human. Kartikeya became a visharad in Indian Classical Music from Bhatkhande Sangit Vidyapith, Lucknow at 12 years of age. He received a scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music, Boston where he graduated with highest honors.

PRANAI GURUNG, one of the finest guitarists in Delhi, has been writing and collaborating with various musicians for over 15 years. His past musical collaborations include DRIFT The Trio, Silk Route, Bipul Chettri, J Hola, BollyJazz and international artists such as like Rainer Pusch, Gianni Denitto and Raphaelle Brochet. Pranai stays busy with international tours to top music venues in Australia, Hong kong, London, Dubai, Nepal and India.

HARSHIT "HASHBASS" MISRA is an around-the-world in-demand bass and a featured artist with companies such as Fender, Gallien Krueger & Jim Dunlop. A graduate of the Musician’s Institute of Los Angeles and winner of the 2014 outstanding bass Student award at MI alongside winning 2 prestigious scholarships, which saw him become a faculty member at the Musician Institute.

29th April - Sunday - The 4 AF:

The 4 AF is a band comprised of six Congolese musicians based in Delhi .the members of the band are multi-instrumentalists as well computer science engineers. For them MUSIC IS LIFE. The 4 AF incorporate various styles of African Music into their sound, as well as Jazz, Rnb, blues and other genres.

30th April - Sonam Kalra:
Sonam Kalra has been trained in Indian Classical and Western music traditions and is equally adept at singing both genres. Sonam has learned Indian Classical music from Smt. Shubha Mudgal and Pt. Sarathi Chatterjee and has also studied Gospel and Jazz with Ashley Clement in Singapore, as well as classical opera under the noted tenor, Hur Chul Young.
Sonam is known for her powerful yet sensitive voice and ability to blend styles, yet stay true to the music. Her singing reflects the special meaning it holds for her and she brings to it a truth that can move you from deep within, with a freshness and gaiety that is both invigorating and infectious.
A few years ago Sonam conceptualised and developed The Sufi Gospel Project, an effort to blend all the voices of faith, through the use of song, music and the spoken word. Traditional western gospel melds with Indian classical sounds, and Indian spiritual texts are enriched by elements of western poetry to create a sound that touches every soul.
Some of the prestigious music festivals she has performed at include the Kabir Festival in Bombay, Krishnakriti Festival in Hyderabad, Kalaa Utsavam in Singapore, Shared History in South Africa, The India Show in Toronto, The Jaipur Literary Festival, the Delhi International Arts Festival, the Bengaluru International Arts Festival, The World Sufi Spirit Festival in Nagaur, the Rajasthan International Folk Festival in Jodhpur, The Khushwant Singh Festival in Kasauli and several others. She has performed at the NCPA (Mumbai), the Royal Opera House (Cairo), Nehru Centre (London), the Weaver’s Collective and Anantara (Kolkata), TEDx Talks (New Delhi and Rourkela), Blue Frog (Delhi and Mumbai), Chowdiah Hall (Bengaluru), JT-PAC (Kochi), Neemrana Fort Palace, at Rajiv Gandhi’s Samadhi on his birth anniversary in front of the President, Vice-President, Prime Minister, the Union cabinet, members of the Gandhi family and many others and in cities as diverse as Srinagar, Cochin, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Kasauli. Earlier this year she sang at a concert for peace to commemorate the European Union being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for 2012. Sonam and the Sufi Gospel Project made their TV debut on “Coke Studio” on MTV.

In January, 2013 the Mail Today newspaper listed Sonam as one of “the 50 creative powerhouses & impresarios who have elevated Delhi from a cultural desert to one of the world’s leading arts capitals”. Elle magazine profiled Sonam in a list of “Transformers: Women Who Own the Future”.

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