Jazz Orient – Flyer

Series nameFusion
Description

On 30 July 2001, Baluji Shrivastav performed at the South Bank Centre with his jazz improvisation group “Jazz Orient”. The performance was a celebration of several musical traditions including Jazz and classical Indian improvisations. The performance featured Baluji Shrivastav with fellow Jazz Orient members, Linda Shanovitch, Chris Conway, Andy Platt, Michael Parker and Gerry Hunt. This full colour flyer depicts a traditional Indian miniature on the front, and an image of Baluji playing the Sitar on the reverse. It also includes comments on the show from Time Out Magazine, the Evening Standard and the Guardian.

Date of Creation / Publication2001
CreatorSouth Bank Centre
Associated Person/ OrganisationShrivastav, Baluji
LocationLondon
Collection and Reference NumberBaluji Shrivastav Collection (GB 2661 BS)
Catalogue NumberBS/FU/7
Copyright
Access to originalsThe originals are located with Baluji Shrivastav
Series notesBaluji Shrivastav formed the ensemble Jazz Orient, with his wife and fellow singer Linda Shanovitch and musician Chris Conway in 1992. The group emerged out of relationships formed with other musicians of diverse musical traditions who all believed in three principles of music: exploration of different compositional techniques, interacting with other musicians from different traditions, and improvisation. The music Baluji wanted to produce through his fusion work was a sound unlimited by traditional boundaries and an acceptance of diverse musical influences. The ensemble frequently performs live, and invites guest musicians to complement their work in the studio and in concert performances.

This section comprises items relating to Baluji's fusion and jazz work. It includes flyers for concerts, programmes, CD sleeves and posters.
Collection notesThe digitised material in the Baluji Shrivastav Collection falls into several categories relating to Baluji's work: classical music, new music, fusion, education, and theatre. The digitised items include photographs, concert flyers and posters, extracts of theatre programmes and education related documents.
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