Sound Reasons is a festival for Sound Art, contemporary Jazz and electronic music which will take place here in India in the months of November and December 2013. With performances, workshops and Installations happening across various venues Delhi and Bombay the main focus this time is on live performances. The line up consists Andy Guhl, Grischa Lichtenberger, diFfuSed beats, Jaga Jazzist, edGeCut, Jasch, Eisentanz, Hemant Sreekumar, Salomé Voegelin , Masta Justy, Yashas Shetty, Ish S, da Saz and 4th World Orchestra

In some cases passes along with prior registration will be required to gain access to the performances and Workshops. Please contact for more detailed Information.

The live performances and Workshops are happening on the following dates

16 Nov Andy Ghul + JAsch + ISh S Switzerland Embassy, Chanakaya Puri, New Delhi
17 Nov Live Performance Bandra Base, Bombay
20 Nov Live Performance Alliance Frances de Delhi, Lodi Road
22 Nov Live Performance Goethe Institute, KG Marg Delhi
23 Nov Live Performance Humming Tree, Indira Nagar, Banglore
05 Dec Jaga Jazzist + edGeCut Blue Frog, Delhi
07 Dec Jaga Jazzist + edGeCut Blue Frog, Bombay


18 Nov Mon | Workshop Gati Dance Forum, Khirki Extension, Delhi | ’Sounding Bodies – Moving Sounds’ is a workshop for local musicians and dancers, exploring the different possibilities in communication between the two artistic domains through improvisation and the use of interaction technologies. Workshop taken By Angela Stoecklin and Jan Schacher(Jasch) | Contact: | Ph : +91 8447613522 | The performance will be presented at the Sound Reasons Festival at the Alliance Frances de Delhi on 20th November – 7 PM |

21 Nov Wed | 3 pm – 8 pm | Workshop + Presentation/ Talk @ KHOJ International Artists’ Association, S-17, Khirkee Extension, New Delhi – 110017 | Andy Guhl (3-5 PM) – Cracked Everyday Electronics Workshop, “The Instrument” | Salomé Voegelin (5-7 PM) will present her project  Delhi SoundWords which is a talk about writing  phonography. Everyone is invited to take part in both the sessions. You can read more about Salome’sSoundword project at