Sachal Vasandani 
Suketu Mehta
Samrat Chakrabarti and Sanjiv Jahveri
Preeti Vasudevan



wine, delicacies & song!
An exclusive concert of amazing jazz vocals accompanied by guitar and bass.
7-10 pm. Wednesday August 29, 2012
Home of Rashmi & Robin Sen, NYC.
Indulge yourself with fun sprightly cocktails and epicurian delights; enjoy the beat of Sachal's music and meet fellow music afficianados in Robin & Rashmi Sen's architectural marvel!.
Downbeat Magazine's Jazz Vocalist of the year will entertain you with his rich textured voice followed by a conversation about his music, his life and his future.  Allow yourself to be consumed by the magic of his voice, tales of his life on the road, his future gigs. 
Limited reservations for this exclusive soiree. Maximum 30 people.

RSVP's to must be accompanied by payment: $250 per person ($225 tax-deductible)). IAAC Members $225 ($200 tax-deductible).

Please write a cheque to Indo-American Arts Council, 517 E 87th Street, Suite 1B, New York, NY 10128. 
 pay via Paypal
Your host's address will be emailed to you with an acknowledgement of your reservation.
Sachal Vasandani
SachalVasandaniSachal Vasandani is an American jazz singer. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Vasandani has released three albums on Mack Avenue Records, Eyes Wide Open in 2007, We Move in 2009, and Hi-Fly in 2011.

The Chicago-born artist attracted attention when he was named Down Beat magazine's Collegiate Jazz Vocalist of the Year in 1999. He has worked with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. His debut recording, Eyes Wide Open, lead to tours and opening for artists such as jazz trumpeter Chris Botti and pop singer Joan Osborne. Vasandani's second album, 2009's We Move, was chosen as a New York Times Critic's Pick.

In a September 20, 2009, review in The New York Times, Nate Chinen called Vasandani "a jazz singer with good ideas, including some about what a jazz singer can be."[1]

In a review of Eyes Wide Open, The Boston Globe suggested that Vasandani is "mature in sound and rich in texture but also possesses enough youthful angst in its lyrical themes to ward off the fogeyism that male vocalists so easily slip into before their time."[2]

Vasandani has toured internationally. In 2009 Vasandani performed in New York, California and Washington, as well as in Switzerland, Germany and Russia.
The Indo-American Arts Council is a 501 ©3 not-for-profit secular arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an awareness of artists of Indian origin in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts. For information please visit .
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