Bhai Baldeep Singh

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Bhai Baldeep Singh is a 13th-generation Sikh vocalist who also plays the taus, jori, and pakhawaj. He abandoned a career in aviation and aircraft design to pursue music full-time, studying under his uncles Bhai Gurcharan Singh and Bhai Avtar Singh and eventually mastering several different approaches to Gurbani Kirtan (Sikh spiritual music).

He has performed and lectured widely, as well as composing poetry, working on archival projects, and designing four new bows for the taus. His Anad Foundation seeks to preserve the sound of rare Indian instruments, and outside of music he is active in politics, campaigning for religious tolerance.

"We must resolve to protect all religions and places of learning..."


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