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All India Radio interview with Baluji Shrivastav

Interaction with Baluji Srivastava, OBE- Indian Musician, who has carved a niche for himself internationally and infused Indian Music with Western Jazz, bringing out a beautiful confluence of music which not only is mesmerising but also proves that music has no boundaries. Mr. Baluji Srivastava OBE came to perform in front of live audience at British Council Delhi.

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Disability News Online re:Antardrishti-Inner Vision

Following his return from India, where Indian born multi-instrumentalist Baluji Shrivastav and his orchestra performed Antardrishti a reworking of the 11th chapter from the Hindu epic text Bhagavad Gita James Zatka-Haas spoke with the virtuoso blind musician about this seminal musical journey. Antardrishti was commissioned by Unlimited (delivered by Shape and Artsadmin), celebrating the work of disabled artists.

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Now in their tenth year, the Songlines Music Awards champion the wealth of brilliant music-making taking place around the world that we feature in Songlines. All the albums have been reviewed during the past year. The nominees in the geographical categories were selected by our ace team of international contributors and the Best Artist and Best Group nominees were voted for by Songlines readers. The winners of the geographical categories will be announced in the June issue , out May 11. The rest of the winners, including the Newcomer and World Pioneer Awards, will be announced at our awards ceremony on October 20.

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Antardrishti - Inner Vision project for Unlimited

BMF has been awarded an R&D for an International Commission by Unlimited for their new project Antardristi  - InnerVision, a production inspired by the Bhagavad Gita. The performance will explore the concept of inner vision, and the complex interplay between light and darkness, examining what is sight and sightlessness. Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England and British Council.

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Inner Vision - The Colours of Sound

Colours of Sound, a documentary film about Baluji Shrivastav OBE and two blind musicians in the Inner Vision Orchestra and their relationship to music, explores how music is interwoven into three very distinct internal worlds of blindness. With music at the heart of their journeys, together these three stories explore the breadth of sensory perception that has shaped their creative expression.

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