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Spring is springing in Delhi – the weather is getting warmer, people are outdoors without scarves and sweaters, and a few hungry mosquitoes are starting to make unwelcome cameo appearances in the evenings. Aside from the obvious topic of love, … Continue reading
When I was 24 years old, I decided one day that I would either be perfect at everything I did or die trying. And then I hit rock bottom and realized I was looking for all the wrong things, and … Continue reading
Here is an interview I did with the Oral History of American Music at Yale, in March 2011:
New Years Day marked the halfway point in my grant. I can’t believe this wonderful experience is more than halfway over. If anything, I feel that I only just know enough now to understand how much more I need to … Continue reading
The article I’ve been working on this past month for NewMusicBox, about the culture of Hindustani Classical Music, just went live! You can read it here. I have been an avid reader of NewMusicBox since I first decided I wanted … Continue reading
I have been to more than a handful of concerts since I’ve come to Delhi. Each time I hear music here, I’m overwhelmed both by all the beautiful and different sounds I’m hearing, and also the differences in the way … Continue reading
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