In Part 5, host Lakshya Datta talks to New York-based composer and guitarist Shubh Saran about jazz fusion, how he collaborates with musicians from all over the world, and what it's like to perform in India.
Having grown up in six different cou
In Part 4, host Lakshya Datta talks to jazz pianist and owner of The Piano Man Jazz Clubs: Arjun Sagar Gupta. With over 1800 performances curated, Arjun and his team at The Piano Man know all there is to know about the jazz scene in India. In t
In Part 3, host Lakshya Datta speaks with jazz drummer and teacher Reuben Narain about the lyrical life of a jazz musician - on and off stage. Lakshya also asks Reuben questions non-musicians have been wondering for ages, such as - where does t
In Part 2, host Lakshya Datta speaks with vocalist Smiti Malik about the women that have defined the voice of jazz and inspired singers and songwriters for decades - Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan... just to name a few. You’ll a
In Part 1, host Lakshya Datta takes you back a hundred years, to tell you about where jazz came from. Along with us on this musical journey is Naresh Fernandes, editor of Scroll.in and author of "Taj Mahal Foxtrot: The Story of Bombay’s Jazz Ag
Jazz, as a genre of music, has been around for over a century.
Experimental, up-tempo, funky and daring - jazz has always been at the cutting edge of what’s possible.
But where did it come from? Where is it going?
How do the rhythms, the voice
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