Jaipur Kawa Brass Band and Kawa Musical Circus to Perform with Olympic Torch

Jaipur Kawa Brass Band and Kawa Musical Circus will be performing in Belfast (UK) with Olympic Torch.

Jaipur till date has not lost its rich heritage and cultural nuances and has been spreading its affinity toward music worldwide. This is the reason why British Council invited this Indian group to perform with Olympic torch.

The Brass Band and Musical Circus will be performing at Shrewsbury (UK) with Olympic torch on May 30, 2012 on the invitation of Access All Areas.

The Jaipur Kawa Brass Band includes Hameed Khan Kawa (founder and artistic director), Siraj Khan (bass drum player), Najikali Damami (side drum player), Manish Chauhan (trumpet player), Chand Mohammaed Damami (clarinet player), Mohammed Shafi (euphonium player), Hakam Ali (euphonium player), Govinda (performer) and Chandni Sapera (dancer).

The Kawa Musical Circus has Hameed Khan (founder and artistic director), Pooja (dancer), Harji Nath (musician), Vian (acrobat), raju (pole vaulter), Rajan Singh Nat (funambulist) and Monu (performer).

Kawa Music, founded by Hameed Khan “Kawa” in the year 2000, is dedicated to promote the music and all other forms of performing arts of the North India particularly from Rajasthan.

Kawa Music in September 2007 teamed up Alessandro Maria Torboli, Herve Vital and Hameed Khan “Kawa” to present Kawa Circus. This special creation celebrates the street performers of India, arguably the bearers of one of the most ancient mystical and magical circuses for centuries.

Proud moment for Jaipur as both the bands are ready to spread the magic of music internationally and making a prominent space globally.

Three Cheers!!!

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