Indian Monsoon|A Nandighosha Original|Official Music Video|Bijayashree Samal|Bruno Steffen

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‘Indian Monsoon’ ©SUISA
Genre: Indian spiced Jazz/ World music/ Indo-Jazz Fusion

Music Credits

Bijayashree Samal– vocals, composition
Bruno Steffen– piano, synth, harmonium, programming, arranging
Ekkehard Sassenhausen- alto saxes
Beat Gisler- e-bass
Noam Szyfer- guitar
Samir Böhringer- drums
Andy Kruesi/ sound-design.ch– sound mixing
Dan Suter- sound mastering

Video Credits

Jonas Eckert and Bijayashree Samal– ideas & concept
AdiEditZz- Editing and compositing
Paradogs Entertainment (NewDelhi)- camera & direction (India)
Nandighosha Group- camera & direction (Swiss)
Reela Hota– Odissi dance
Bijoylaxmi Hota– Odissi dance choreography
Akshaya Kumar Patra- production
Mala Verma- dance location courtesy
Kaizer- location courtesy, India
Silvia Bruno Steffen- location courtesy, Swiss

Indian Monsoon Song- New Original Single
Audio out on CD Baby now, Buy the Song HERE


You can listen the entire song at Sound Cloud the below link:

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NANDIGHOSHA is a newly formed Indian Spiced Jazz and World Music Group by Hindustani classical vocalist, song writer and composer Bijayashree Samal; Bruno Steffen, a well- known Jazz pianist, composer, arranger and music teacher of Conservatory of Zurich (MKZ) and at the ZHdK; and Ekkehard Sassenhausen, well known classical and Jazz saxophonist, composer, teacher and principal of Musikschule Uster Greifensee, Switzerland. The name ‘NANDIGHOSHA’ means ‘Joy of Music’ rightly signifying the group’s interest and effort to produce and create music for the global audience meaning audience beyond borders by combining different world music genres. The name has also connection with Bijayashree’s native place Odisha, one of the eastern states of India, where people worship Lord Jagannath of Puri and his chariot name is Nandighosha. Bijayashree believes the annual festival of Lord Jagannath’s Ratha Jatra / Chariot Festival in Puri in which the deities come out of their temple so that everybody across the world beyond cast, creed and religion can see them is a festival signifying universal brotherhood, unity & integrity through embracing humanity and love beyond everything else.

Currently, Nandighosha is working on Indian compositions (involving originals as well as traditional) in connection with western harmonic music to infuse colors of jazz music on Indian melodies and vice-versa wherein all original compositions are by Bijayashree Samal and Bruno Steffen.

We are glad to inform you that the first original  single ‘RASIKA BALAMA’ is all ready and releasing soon. Please check this place and also our You Tube Channel to listen the new song.


‘NANDIGHOSHA’ group is giving concerts in and around Switzerland and is open to collaborations with enthusiastic and creative artists in any world music genres.

For concerts, workshops or collaborations, Please write to:




‘NANDIGHOSHA’ Group; L-R Samir, Beat, Vivek, Bijayashree, Ekehard, Bruno

                 Years active: 2017- present                                    Website: www.nandighosha.com

Origin: Zurich, Switzerland

Genres: Indian Spiced Jazz, World Music


Bijayashree Samal- singer/song writer/ composer

Bruno Steffen– pianist/ composer/ arrenger

Ekkehard Sassenhausen- saxes

Beat Gisler- bass

Samir Böhringer– drums

David Cotting– tabla

Vivek Bhurtun– tabla

Supporting ‘NANDIGHOSHA’ in it’s first original single ‘Rasika Balama’:

Jonas Eckert- camera/ editing

Marcus Bodenmann – mixing and mastering

Isabel Richiusa – actor

Nathanael Gautschi – actor

Kim-Romeo Lai – video assistant

‘RASIKA BALAMA’ Team @Rheinau, Zurich 15th OCT 2017 #VideoShoot, Photo Courtesy: Adi