NANDIGHOSHA is an Indian Spiced Jazz and World Music Group by Hindustani classical singer/composer Bijayashree Samal; Bruno Steffen, Jazz pianist/ composer/arranger & Ekkehard Sassenhausen, classical & Jazz saxophonist/ composer.
Years active: 2017- present
Origin: Zurich, Switzerland
Genres: Indian Spiced Jazz, World Music
Debut music album: ‘TARANA’, UNIT RECORDS, Switzerland, Released on 6th Dec 2019.
Jazz n More, JazzTime magazine- Swiss Jazz & Blues magazine, Kulturtipp (vormals «radiomagazin»), ‘Concerto’ (Austria 2019), The Hindu (India), Indian Express, Dainik Bhashkar (India), Statesman, Kalinga NewsChannel, National Television of India.
Artists Line up
Bijayashree Samal– singer/song writer/ composer
Bruno Steffen– pianist/ composer/ arranger
Ekkehard Sassenhausen– saxes
Rätus Flisch – kontrabass/ double bass
Robert Mark– percussion/ drums
Beat Gisler– bass
Vivek Bhurtun– tabla
No submissions for Beyond Music Project Volume 3.
MANTRA' is an offering to Mother Earth, who is the foundation of all things. It talks about human actions to be cultivated to protect the planet. We have many environmental issues, but in the current scenario, when the world is still struggling to combat Covid 19 with many human lives lost, what we all need to do is to adopt a holistic approach towards living life, a lifestyle that exists in synchronization with nature. Additional artists from Nandighosha Group: Bruno Steffen: Arrangement, Vivek Bhurtun: Tabla, Rätus Flisch: Double Bass.
The song 'Bhoomi' (Mother Earth) is a cry of her describing the pain caused by the insensitive usage of her resources by human beings. The suffering of the mother Earth is beyond imagination: pollution, deforestation, soil erosion, climate change, biodiversity loss; because of modern life style of human beings and due to their lack of consciousness. Since our survival is entirely dependent on the survival of the mother Earth we must need to take care and protect her. Additional musicians: Bruno Steffen (arrangement), Vivek Bhurtun (Tabla).
No submissions for Beyond Music Project Volume 1.