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Friday
Feb012019

Sounds of SOAS

If you're in the area of London village and the snow hasn't stopped you moving, then come on down to the Brunei Gallery at SOAS to hear an amazing array of musical sounds from all over the world. I'm doing a short set with Rajasthani tabla player Mohanish Jaju, and we've never even met before so it should be fun! Click on the image of Mohanish and me below to follow a link to the Facebook event:

Thursday
Nov012018

Ecstasy at ZZT

I'll be popping over to Cologne next week to deliver a multimodal lecture/performance/composition experiment presentation at ZZT as part of the symposium "Music/Dance: Transformative Practices": for more details of the workshop, click on the silly photo below:

Friday
Oct192018

Back To The Fold

I'm very excited to be playing sarangi with our dear old family friend Will Tooby and a host of other amazing people at the Fold tomorrow night (Saturday October 20th) from 8pm to 10pm - come along if you're free and in the old manor! https://www.thefold.org.uk/event/indian-october-concert-4-samarpan-contemporary-and-classical-music/

Tuesday
Aug142018

UNSKIN  

So much fun hanging out with these guys last week and laying down some crazy riffs on Hai Saint's awesome soundtrack to the forthcoming Crimson Black film UNSKIN - brainchild of the wonderful Elcid Assei (photos below by the man himself). Needless to say, the sāraṅgī was the star of the session - and the crushed avocado. The colours in Hai's music room are awesome...

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday
Jun062017

Going Global 2017

In the middle of a very busy month of May, what a pleasure and a privilege it was to be part of the Going Global 2017 conference at the QE2 Centre in Westminster on May 22nd! I had a total blast playing crazy fusion music with these wonderful and super-talented people, representing the global music family (see image below, from right to left): Maya Youssef (Syria), Kishon Khan (Bengal), Hyelim Kim (Korea), Great Lekakul (Thailand), Sanju Sahai (Benares), Kadialy Kouyate (Senegal), Suman Joshi (Nepal). And me! Lucky... Huge thanks to Angela Impey for putting the gig together, to Javier Ureta for bossing the sound, and to the British Academy for inviting us to play at Going Global 2017