"The similarities between Dhrupad and 16th century polyphony are striking and the Consort and Bhawalkar and Singh weaved them together with sensitivity, allowing the intricacies of each to shine through"
- Charles Hutchinson, The Press
Jasdeep is one of the few exponents of the jorī the world over, having studied under the leading representative of the instrument internationally, Ustad Sukhvinder Singh Namdhari, and is currently taking further guidance under one of the world’s leading Tabla exponents, Pandit Yogesh Samsi.
He has performed in the UK at venues such as Cafe OTO, York Early Music Festival, the Nehru Centre, London, the MAC, Birmingham, and Seven Arts, Leeds.
Internationally, he has performed regularly at festivals in Germany, France, Netherlands as well as the Angelica Festival Bologna, Fes Festival Morocco, the Morning Ragas festival in Amritsar, and at concert venues in Europe such as the Teatro Municipal, Lisbon, Teatro San Leonardo, Italy, and in Malaysia at the Temple of Fine Arts, Kuala Lumpur.
His research interests relate to the lost traditions and percussion of Punjab and he is actively involved in archiving repertoire of pakhawaj, jorī and tabla across India and Pakistan.