The third edition of Delhi International Jazz Festival starts in the capital March 15 and this time it will be four-day event instead of three.
Organised by Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), the music fest will feature musicians from 10 countries around the world. Encouraging jazz music, the festival will also have some renowned Indian musicians performances.
"The International Jazz Festival has now been firmly established as an iconic event in Delhi's cultural calendar.
The 3rd edition would have well-known names such as New Bone Quintet Band from Poland, Sindi & Mimi from South Africa, Ararat from Israel, Sachal Vasandani from the US, Imany from France, Malcom Braff Trio from Switzerland and many more," Suresh K. Goel, director general, ICCR said in a statement.
The names of Indian musicians include Louiz Banks, Dhruv Ghanekar, Toshanbar and Radha Thomas ensemble.
The festival will also be webcast live on all four days, making it available to a worldwide audience.
The event will kickstart with performance by New Bone Quintet, followed by other artists.
The event is expected to be concluded by Banks.