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Baluji makes an appearance on Zee Companion!

Baluji makes an appearance on Zee Companion, a one-of-a-kind LIVE show that acts as an interactive portal between viewers, hosts and experts. Set in a state of the art studio with live capability in Zee TV’s London office this locally produced show aims to connect with the viewer and become their companion. The show’s affable hosts Anjali Kusre and Natasha Asghar act as these companions to the viewer throughout the day and share experiences, discuss issues and aid them in getting proper guidance and advice from a renowned panel of experts.

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Addictive TV recording with Inner Vision

Addicitve TV have filmed musicians in more than 25 countries, and they have now recorded sessions on their home turf with the Inner Vision Orchestra.  They headed to Islington in London to spend the day with some of the amazing musicians, as part of their new performance project “Orchestra of Samples”, a concept based on sampling recording sessions. They have filmed with more than 100 musicians around the world, fusing all manner of styles and instruments.

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Insight Radio Interview

Indian instrumentalist Baluji Shrivastav talks about the Inner Vision Orchestra, a group of blind musicians touring the UK on Insight Radio, the radio station of RNIB.

Aired on 14th October 2014.
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Inner Vision perform on BBC Asian Network

Baluji Shrivastav and 2 members of the Inner Vision Orchestra Vctoria Oluwari and Ziad Sinno perform LIVE on BBC Asian Network. If you missed it you can catch it for 4 weeks only by clicking on this link - go to 1 hour 18 mins and 32 seconds into the show http://

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The Elusive Ethnomusicologist - fROOTS on Inner Vision by Elizabeth Kinder

The Inner Vision Orchestra appear on fROOTS Magazine

...The brainchild of Baluji Shrivastav, the Indian-born virtuoso sitar player and composer, his Inner Vision Orchestra is populated by musicians of varying ages from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds from Peggy to Nigerian singer Victoria Oruwari, with the Lebanon, Japan, Iran, the UK (and India) all represented. The music is a smörgåsbord of music from these different places with a smattering of blues and jazz and Spanish guitar thrown in. The multicultural theme is clear, but when it comes to crossing boundaries, what underpins this music and the experience of it is the confronting and possibly the transcendence of personal barriers...

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