4th Delhi International Jazz Festival This Weekend

25 March 2014

Back for its fourth year at Nehru Park, the Delhi International Jazz Festival is back with the promise of a few changes and “to make every seat feel like a front row seat.”

If you've been before, you know how special it is. If you haven’t been you’re in for a treat. For most the lineup is actually incidental, what we go for is the incredible atmosphere that is created by the calming surroundings of the park. And the music is always good!

Three days of jazz will take place between Friday 28- Sunday 30 March from 6pm-10pm and entry is free. The event is organised by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) with the aim of being a “tool of cultural contact”. This is a great opportunity to shake up your weekend, take that picnic blanket out of the cupboard, sneak in a bottle of red and lie under the stars - listening to jazz.

Friday 28 March
Ari Roland Quartet (USA)
Smarton Trio (Hungry)
Black Slade ( Delhi, India)

Saturday 29 March
Tres Butacas (Colombia)
Obara Quartet (Poland)
Mina Agossi Trio (France)

Sunday 30 March
PJ Perry Trio (Canada)
Modern Han (South Korea)
Ximo Tibar & IVAM Jazz Ensemble (Spain)
Joe Alvare/ Trident Jazz Trio (Mumbai, India)

Check out the video below of the Ari Rolan Quartet performing in Lahore a few years back, not the best recording but you get the idea…




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