Kavita ShahUnited States
Grants Awarded2017 | Music | India
for a two-month fellowship to study Indian classical music in Bangalore
Composer and vocalist Kavita Shah will be performing with Julian Shore (piano), François Moutin (bass), Ferenc Nemeth (drums) @ | 10pm - 11pm. For more information on her schedule, click here.
Kavita received an ACC fellowship in 2017 to study Indian classical music in Bangalore.
Grantee: Kavita Shah
The Festival takes place October 14 to 21, 2017, featuring film, dance, panel discussion and student workshops, and culminates with a three-day concert marathon. The three-night jazz marathon, conceived and curated by Jack Walsh, Lia Crockett and Brice Rosenbloom, includes performances by Kavita Shah Quintet, Maceo Parker, The Sun Ra Arkestra under the direction of Marshall Allen, Vijay Iyer, Terri Lyne Carrington Band, GoGo Penguin’s Koyaanisqatsi A New Score (performed live), Harriet Tubman, Rudresh Mahanthappa Indo-Pak Coalition, Samora Pinderhughes, Miles Mosley & The West Coast Get Down, Papo Vazquez Mighty Pirate Troubadours, Theo Croker Escape Velocity, Troker, Butcher Brown, Braxton Cook, Miramar, Imani Uzuri: Wild Cotton, Dave Douglas Meets The Westerlies, Matana Roberts and many more. Performances take place in the state-of-the-art Ballroom, the relaxed Stoop overlooking the Brooklyn Photographs art exhibition in the BRIC Gallery, and the BRIC Artist Studio which transforms into an intimate jazz club.
Kavita Shah received an ACC fellowship in 2017 to travel to Bangalore to study Indian classical music.
French bass virtuoso François Moutin and adventurous New York-born vocalist and ACC grantee Kavita Shah present "Interplay," their first duo record of jazz standards and original music adapted to this unique instrumentation. The 11 tracks include legendary guests and octogenarians Martial Solal on piano and NEA Jazz Master Sheila Jordan on vocals, who join Moutin and Shah on an improvisational journey across lyric-driven and wordless pieces alike.