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//  Origin:  London, UK
//  Genres:  Indian Classical, Early Music, Jazz and Blues
//  Years Active:  2015 - Present
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Short Bio

Sardar Jasdeep Singh, a prominent musician, musicologist, and educator based in the United Kingdom, is a dedicated custodian of the Jorī tradition within the Punjab Gharanā.


As the 11th generation representative of both the Sata Rai Balvand Dum Kadoria Rababi Lineage and the Punjāb Gharanā Baksh Lineage, he stands as a testament to the rich cultural and musical heritage of these esteemed traditions.


Honoured with the title Shahzada-e-Jorī (Prince of the Jorī), Jasdeep has garnered recognition for his exceptional talent and commitment to preserving the rare and intricate artistry of the Jorī. Trained under leading maestros such as Shri Sukhvinder Singh Namdhari and Pandit Yogesh Samsi, he has honed his skills to become a distinguished exponent of the Jorī on the global stage.


Beyond his performances at renowned venues in the UK and international festivals, Jasdeep has actively engaged in research, contributing to the preservation of the lost traditions and percussion of Punjab. His written works for NCPA Mumbai, India's premier cultural institution, showcase his dedication to both scholarly pursuits and the archiving of rare repertoires of Pakhawaj, Jorī, and Tabla across India and Pakistan.


With an extensive background in musicology and a commitment to passing on his knowledge, Jasdeep plays a vital role in the transmission and continuation of the Jorī tradition, ensuring its legacy for future generations.

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