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Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit (JIC) 2017-18 season announces the first of its twin concerts slotted for the national capital as part of the JIC Delhi edition.
Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit (JIC) 2017-18 season announces the first of its twin concerts slotted for the national capital as part of the JIC Delhi edition.
 To be held at One Golden Mile, on the 17th and 18th of February, the much-awaited Delhi edition will be headlined by legendary drummer Dave Wecklalong with leading jazz players from Denmark, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Israel and India.
 
The 2017-18 season of the Jazz India Circuit, organised by performing arts entertainment company Teamwork Arts, is all about getting into the groove, the subtleties of rhythm, and the power of percussion with legendary jazz drummers headlining an electrifying series of concerts across the country. 
Announcing the first leg of Jazz India Circuit’s Delhi Edition, Sanjoy Roy, M.D, Teamwork Arts said, “We are delighted to have the jazz season roll into Delhi. Jazz India Circuit is a dynamic musical journey and with each performance, the performing legends lend momentum to it. Our effort is to get the best of jazz to discerning audiences and include more cities under the JIC fold.”
 
The JIC 2017-18 season has brought to India some of the finest percussionists and drummers this edition;the season began with Scandinavian drumming exponent Joost Lijbaart performing at the JIC Launch Concert at Gurugram, and thenwent onto witnessing the legendary Jojo Mayer at the Goa International Jazz Live Festival. 
The upcoming concert at the JIC Delhi editiontakes the set to a whole new level with Dave Weckl. While Jojo Mayer is considered to be a legend of experimental cutting-edge jazz, Dave Wecklleans towards the classical aspect of the genre.  Both of them are legends in theirown rightperformingin India for the first time.
 
Teamwork Arts’ Jazz India Circuit (JIC) 2017-18 season announces the first of its twin concerts slotted for the national capital as part of the JIC Delhi edition. To be held at One Golden Mile, on the 17th and 18th of February, the much-awaited Delhi edition will be headlined by legendary drummer Dave Wecklalong with leading jazz players from Denmark, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Israel and India.
 
The 2017-18 season of the Jazz India Circuit, organised by performing arts entertainment company Teamwork Arts, is all about getting into the groove, the subtleties of rhythm, and the power of percussion with legendary jazz drummers headlining an electrifying series of concerts across the country. 
 
Announcing the first leg of Jazz India Circuit’s Delhi Edition, Sanjoy Roy, M.D, Teamwork Arts said, “We are delighted to have the jazz season roll into Delhi. Jazz India Circuit is a dynamic musical journey and with each performance, the performing legends lend momentum to it. Our effort is to get the best of jazz to discerning audiences and include more cities under the JIC fold.”
 
The JIC 2017-18 season has brought to India some of the finest percussionists and drummers this edition;the season began with Scandinavian drumming exponent Joost Lijbaart performing at the JIC Launch Concert at Gurugram, and thenwent onto witnessing the legendary Jojo Mayer at the Goa International Jazz Live Festival. 
 
The upcoming concert at the JIC Delhi editiontakes the set to a whole new level with Dave Weckl. While Jojo Mayer is considered to be a legend of experimental cutting-edge jazz, Dave Wecklleans towards the classical aspect of the genre.  Both of them are legends in theirown rightperformingin India for the first time.
 
EVENT DETAILS
Jazz India Circuit Delhi Edition 
When: 17-18 February, 2018, 6:30 PM onwards
Where: One Golden Mile, New Delhi
Entry:Tickets starting at Rs.1,000/- available through the website