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Head to Goa this December 1-2 for a very good reason—Grammy nominated quartet Hiatus Kaiyote is performing in India for the first time at the Jazz India Circuit International Festival Goa. Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit will feature contemporary jazz musicians from India and other parts of the world.
Jazz has come a long way from Louis Daniel Armstrong to Nat King Cole to contemporary artists who are constantly trying to keep it real while adding new layers to the genre. The Jazz Circuit International Festival Goa is a funky celebration of jazz alongside other genres like punk, funk hip-hop and R&B. The star of the festival, Hiatus Kaiyote is a two-time Grammy-nominated Australian soul quartet and they are ready to headline the festival. Indian and international artists like Jerome Klein from Luxembourg, Lester Godinho from Goa, OZMA—one of Europe’s finest jazz groups, Indian star Rhythm Shaw along with his band Orjazzmic, Supergombo from France and WorldService Project, a popular British punk-jazz group, are going to share the stage with Hiatus Kaiyo. Hiatus Kaiyote, the quartet from Melbourne, has Naomi “Nai Palm” Saalfield on vocals and guitar, Paul Bender on bass, Simon Mavin on keyboards and Perrin Moss on drums and percussion.
Jerome Klein is all set to bring his usual energy-filled performance; Lester Godinho, a master in eclectic mix of pop, rock, funk, jazz, fusion, Western/Indian classical, opera and hip hop to name a few; OZMA the 15-year-old quintet with an eclectic mix of jazz and trance; India’s favourite guitar prodigy Rhythm Shaw and his band Orjazzmic; master of Afrofunk, Supergombo and; WorldService Project, the leading specialists of Brit ‘punk-jazz’—now these are what all great jazz music festivals are made of.
Jazz India Circuit International Festival Goa; December 1-2 , 2018
Where: International Centre Goa (ICG) Panjim
Entry: Tickets available here
Early Bird Prices – Single Day: ₹1,200/- , Festival Pass: ₹1,750/-
Full Price – Single Day: ₹1,600/-, Festival Pass: ₹2,100/-
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