New Delhi, Mar.21: Nehru Park will host the 2014 4th Delhi International Jazz Festival, which has become the biggest Jazz Festival in India.
The event will take place between March 28 and 30, and is a collaboration between the International Jazz Festival and the Indian Council of Cultural Relations (ICCR).
This year, the color theme is 'Blue', which portrays the universal symbol for youth, and is the least gender specific color. It also decreases the psychological effects and fabricates wisdom, royalty and strength.
The timing will be between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.
This prestigious event will feature world famous international artists as well as the best local talent from different parts of India, including the Ari Roland Quartet (USA); Spanish musician Ximo Tebar; veteran jazz soloist P.J. Perry; Joe Alvarez, a multi-talented jazz/funk/ blues/rock vocalist; Columbia-based Tres Butacas or Three Sseats, which is a combination of Colombian music mixed with jazz, Brazilian, bolero and pop. Blue Winds, guitars, pot, requintos, rivers and luminous beings, invite us to enjoy different stories and subtle sound mixing.
Entry is free for the three-day live event. (ANI)