Check out Arun Luthra’s Konnakol Jazz Project today on The Jazz Hole Live with Linus. Tracks from two different sets, one at The New School as part of the ”Jazz Presents” concert series at The School of Jazz of The College of Performing Arts here in NYC in March 2015, the other one from a July 2015 show in Easton, PA at The Lafayette Bar. Arun Luthra is also interviewed on this show, discussing his Konnakol Jazz Project and more.
Link to today’s artist:
ARUN LUTHRA’S KONNAKOL JAZZ PROJECT
Arun Luthra (tenor & soprano saxophones, konnakol)
James Francies (piano)
Thomas Kneeland (bass), except on “Collective” and “The Divvy-Up Dance”: Evan Gregor (bass)
Jordan Perlson (drums)
guest percussionist: Akshay Anantapadmanabhan (mridangam)
All compositions by Arun Luthra
All tracks except “Collevtive” and “The Divvy-Up Dance” recorded live at The New School as part of the ”Jazz Presents” concert series at The School of Jazz of The College of Performing Arts in New York, NY on March 11th 2015.
“Collecvtive” and “The Divvy-Up Dance” recorded live at The Lafayette Bar in Easton, PA on July 25th 2015.
Arun Luthra (Photo by Alex Troesch)
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