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Private Piano Lessons in Klang Valley

I’ve recently started a small initiative upon requests from a few different people. I’ll be providing one on one private piano lessons for all those who are interested to learn the piano. At the moment it will be around Klang Valley but if I do recruit more teachers, it will definitely expand. Why This Initiative? Many music schools these days are exam orientated and most parents send their kids for (…) Read more

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The Amazing Voice & Music of Sachal Vasandani

This Chicago-born musician of Indian ethnicity has an amazing jazz vocal. I first stumbled across his album “Hi-Fly” a couple of years back while browsing some stuff online. The album is produced by Grammy-award winning musician John Clayton and though it was released about two years ago, it still sounds fresh. Perhaps that’s the quality of jazz music. It always sounds fresh and current. He’s got three albums to date with (…) Read more

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Tim Kay – My World

Truly loving this song. I first heard it from Jamie Olivers program “Jamie At Home” some time back and purchased it on the itunes store. You guys should check it out. I believe Jamie Oliver plays the drums on this one

Nooran Sisters & Sneha Khanwalkar – Pure Genius

I stumbled across this program hosted by 29 year old music producer Sneha Khanwalkar titled MTV Sound Trippin. Was watching the episode where she visited Punjab. What she does in this show is record local sounds both ambient and everyday singers to local musicians, and then creating a final piece of music that resonates the feel and the sounds from that location. Of course, this idea is not really knew. Have (…) Read more

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Ramli Ibrahim’s Odissi Stirred at KLPac

Last night, Zeenee and I attended the premier of Odissi Stirred, a dance performance by Ramli Ibrahim and the Sutra Foundation, designed to give the audience a broad-based points of embarkation in the appreciation of the evolution of present day Odissi which has become one of the most dynamic of the Indian classical dance styles. There were three sections to the show, Evocations choreographed by Sharmila Biswas, Pallavan by Madhavi Mudgal and Kamala choreographed by (…) Read more