Indigo Soul: Unnati Dasgupta

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Unnati Dasgupta sits in an elegant dress looking out of the window into the distance.

The British-Indian singer-songwriter and composer, and the daughter of the late Indian classical vocalist Nitai Dasgupta, performs a free concert of genre-blending pieces.

Immersed in an Indian Classical musical childhood whilst being raised in London and growing up around pop, jazz, soul and rock, Unnati also toured with her father during her teens. Her own music is an international crossover of Indian classical, pop, jazz, sufi and bhajan reflecting Unnati’s British Indian heritage.

She released her first album Vishwa – The Universe of Music with a tour of major cities in India. Unnati is a Glastonbury Unsigned Artistes Jazz World finalist and has performed at The Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, Cadogan Hall, Mexico’s Cervantino Festival, Boubou’s Music Festival (Caribbean), Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (Mumbai) and Pizza Express Jazz Club. Her song ‘Teri Yaad Aati Hain’ has been licensed to Buddha Bar’s compilation album ahead of the release of her album Indigo Soul.

Start time 4.15pm

Running time approximately 1 hour

Produced by Darbar in partnership with Barbican

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