By Hindustan Times
The Delhi jazz music lovers were once again treated to a dose of world class jazz on Friday at the second edition of the Delhi Jazz Festival, organized by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) in collaboration with Seher at the Nehru Park in New Delhi.
Last year this time, almost 10,000 music lovers had gathered at the same venue for the first edition of the festival.
On Friday, three bands from Poland and India performed on the first day of the 3-day (March 16th to 18th) jazz music extravaganza.
Right after a brief inauguration by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) president, Dr Karan Singh, the stage was thrown open to the Wojtek Mazolewski Qintet from Poland. The five piece band led by Wojtek Mazoewski, composer and bass player of the ban