North Indian Classical Musician,
Composer & Educationalist

News & Reviews

Inner Vision Orchestra Report

This report, has been commissioned by Baluji Shrivastav for the Arts Council of England. 
It has been written on the basis of participant observation, survey responses and informal interviews, focuses upon the experience of stakeholders in different aspects of the Inner Vision Orchestra tour to consider how their interests were met and how these might be further promoted in future activities. It reflects on the significance for the future planning of the Inner Vision Orchestra and, more generally, on the requirements of blind and partially-sighted performers taking part in such a tour, and the practicalities involved in its organisation.  

Author Dr. Christian C. Clerk 

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Inner Vision Orchestra on Resonance FM

Rikki Jodelko speaks about the Inner Vision Orchestra on Resonance FM on Wednesday 11th September. Go to 45 mins in to listen to Rikki's interview. 

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Baluji Shrivastav on BBC Three Counties Radio

Baluji Shrivastav talks about his work and his forthcoming UK Tour with the Inner Vision Orchestra.

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Baluji Interviewed on BBC Radio 4 - In Touch

BBC Radio 4's In-Touch speaks with  world-renowned sitarist Baluji Shrivastav on his involvement in the multi-national Inner Vision Orchestra which is made up of musicians who are all visually impaired.

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Alchemy Festival in the Evening Standard

Alchemy Festival highlights
Here's our pick of the best acts from the festival of music, dance, literature and debate from India, the UK and South Asia at London's Southbank Centre. 

Baluji Shrivastav

Indian sitar player Baluji Shrivastav began his study of music at Ajmer Blind School in Rajasthan and is now widely acknowledged as both a master of Hindustani classical music and after recording with everyone from Stevie Wonder to Kylie sitarist to the stars. He performs his composition, An Indian in London, with members of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

April 20, Purcell Room

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