Jazz concert held in city


An experimental concert was held in the city recently. Titled jazz-o-phonix, the concert was a mixture of Indian and Western classical, along with few shades of Rock, Reggae, Blues, traditional and Contemporary music. The concert was held at Shilpgram on September 10 and it was organized by Sabda Communication.

The evening saw acclaimed violinist Manoj Baruah and his group present some of their compositions which were well appreciated by the audience gathered. Barua was accompanied by Purabee Baruah, Abhinav Das and Preetam Ghosh on table.

The concert also marked the birth of a new jazz band called STOIC. The band members comprise of Dibbyajyoti Baruah (drum and percussion), Prasanta Das (bass and nylon guitar), Tapan Das (electric and nylon strings), Deep Bodo (bass guitar), Pankaj Choudhury (keyboard), Pallab Phukan(vocal), Papu Gohain and Bhavesh Hazarika (backing vocals). Enthralling the audience with their own compositions, the band members revealed the plans to launch their brand new jazz album with the same title as that of the band.

The musical evening was presented by SABDA COMMUNICATION which was established in the year 2009.The founders and members of SABDA COMMUNICATION are Subham Chakraborty, Wasbir Hussain, Anirban Lekharu (Dabu), Bikash, Bhaskar and Hiren.

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Posted on September 18, 2011, in Day-to-Day, Musicians/ Bands and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Can anyone please provide me the contact person’s details of the Stoic Band? I have a upcoming event and we require a Jazz Band.

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