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but where are you really from?
The New Album Out Now!

Arun Ghosh's 4th album on camoci records was released on 13th October 2017. You can order your but where are you really from? Limited Edition CD
from Bandcamp now.
Also available in digital format from Amazon, iTunes and all good digital music retailers.

Hear the Album Live (More dates here)

Liverpool International Jazz Festival
Capstone Theatre
Saturday 24th February, 1.00pm

London Jazz Cafe
Friday 9th March, doors 7.00pm

Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival
The Lantern
Friday 16th March, 7.00pm

Arun Ghosh is a British-Asian clarinettist, composer and music educator.

Named as Jazz Instrumentalist of the Year 2014 in the APPJA / Parliamentary Jazz UK Awards.

Selected to be a Musician in Residence 2014 in Wuhan, China in association with PRS for Music Foundation and the British Council.

Ghosh was one of the BT Celebrity Storytellers for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and also appeared as a featured artist with his Arkestra Makara pan-Asian chamber orchestra, for the BT River of Music Festival as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.

In 2012, Ghosh was selected as one of 2 UK musicians for the 2nd edition of Take Five Europe touring as part of the ensemble in 2013.
In 2010, he was made an Associate Artist at The Albany Theatre, London and in April 2011, Ghosh was made an Artist-in-Residence for the Southbank’s Alchemy Festival.
In 2009, he was invited to perform at the jazzahead! Festival in Bremen, Germany as part of the UK showcase presented by Jazz Services.
In 2008 he was selected for Edition IV of the Jerwood/PRS Foundation 'Take Five' initiative for emerging jazz musicians produced by Serious.

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