Debasmita Bhattacharya

Born into a musically rich environment in West Bengal, Debasmita is one of India’s finest young Sarode players, representing the rich musical tradition of the Senia Shahjahanpur Gharana. Debasmita’s musical journey began at the tender age of 4. She first started learning from her father and guru, Sarode maestro Pandit Debasish Bhattacharya. Consequently, she entered into the tutelage and guidance of the late Sarode virtuoso, legendary Padma Bhushan Pandit Buddhadev Dasgupta of the Senia Shahjahanpur Gharana.

Duncan Chapman

Duncan Chapman is a composer and musician based in Lincolnshire.  Recent projects include online live events, a residency at EMS in Stockholm, curating a concert for the Aural Diversity project and performances at the Jaipur Literature Festival in India. Current projects include online performances with Comb Filter and Humbox , as well as an album of marimba and live electronic pieces with Simon Limbrick.

Supriya Nagarajan

Supriya Nagarajan has a unique voice in the British music scene and creates concept driven immersive music productions that push boundaries and encourage thought. She has performed across the world in various venues and festivals like the Harpa in Reykjavik, Royal Albert Hall, WOMAD, QEH Southbank Centre, Casa Da Musica and the  Jaipur Literature Festival. Her works like Lullaby Sonic Cradle, Meltwater, Sound of Tea and Bollywood Jazz Project have won critical acclaim and earned her a niche reputation in the UK and beyond. She is regularly supported by PRS Foundation, Jerwood Foundation and Arts Council England. Her music is a blend of her South Indian classical traditions and Western contemporary styles and she has released two albums under the Manasamitra label titled Tokuroku and Come Play With Me.