Tarun Jasani is a fast-rising British sarod player. He first learned tabla in the Benares gharana style before switching to sarod under Dhrupad master Pandit Krishnamurti Sridhar. After completing a degree in Indian Music at SOAS and studying Western classical he moved to Indian to study under legendary maestro Pandit Buddhadev Dasgupta, and today performs and teaches. He also writes music and scripts for theatre, and is always pushing to further his sound and bring the ornate slides and glides of his instrument to new ears.
"Tarun Jasani’s beautiful writing lures us into this world of contrasts, combining vivid metaphors, playful modern language and perfectly defined characters."
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