Jazz On Our Minds
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TPJMC Giants Of Jazz (Nov 16th - 26th) | Image Source: facebook.com
TPJMC Giants Of Jazz (Nov 16th – 26th) | Image Source: facebook.com

If you’re looking for a way to escape this unending slurry of political and economic news and updates, we’ve got the perfect remedy for you courtesy The Piano Man Jazz Cafe in Safdarjung Market (New Delhi). Raise your glass to the week that was and enjoy 10 days of solid and classy jazz brought to you from a crew of legit musicians from all over the world at TPJMC’s Giants of Jazz Festival on from 16th till the 26th of November. This festival, presented in association with The Swiss Arts Council and Insitut Francais will feature a cool mix of homegrown and international talent and we definitely think it’s worth checking out for after office drinks with your friends.

This Delhi venue has been doing some great things for “the niche scene” in the capital as they host a gig almost every day of the month (that’s a lot!) It’s no surprise that they’ve got a dedicated audience, thats growing in numbers by the day, due simply to the honest vibe, great food and yummy drinks at this space.

So if you’re in the area, we definitely recommend you to give this a look.

Click here to follow the venue and the festival on Facebook.

PS – If you’re looking out for something to do this weekend, check out Converge ’16 at Zorba Entertainment on MG Road on Saturday, November 12th.

Converge '16 on Saturday, November 12th at Zorba MG Road (New Delhi)
Converge ’16 on Saturday, November 12th at Zorba MG Road (New Delhi)

Hosted by Youth Ki Awaaz, since 2014, this free-entry event has been creating some of the most interesting and socially relevant conversations on a diverse range of topics, from socio-political issues to the arts. Whether you’re a student, professional, young, old, entrepreneur, artist, writer, journalist this is a great platform to speak up, learn and be a part of the change. They’ve got a cool lineup of speakers featuring comedian Tanmay Bhatt, Ankur Warikoo (CEO and co-founder of Nearbuy), Pradeep Raj (para-athlete and disability rights activist) amongst many others as well as live music by Neazy, Divine and The Ska Vengers.
Entry is free, but since seats are limited you will need to register here.

Looking for fun ways to spend your evenings? Let us know whats keeping you busy in your comments below.