In 2017, she released her first solo album, Lucid, an indie classical collaboration with young Canadian composers Liam Elliot, Adam Langille, Lucas Oickle. More recently, she earned her Master of Music degree under the tutelage of Matt Haimovitz at McGill’s Schulich School of Music. Other recent highlights include working with Philip Glass at Scotia Festival, receiving a Graduate Mobility Award from McGill to perform in Germany, and holding a fellowship at Garth Newel Music Center in Virginia. India tours regularly with the environmental chamber jazz quartet New Hermitage, as well as performing in several other ensembles. As a composer, India is inspired by the relationship of visual and sonic shapes, and her compositions explore environmentalism, timbral variation, theatricality, and magical realism. As a child she studied visual art, classical ballet, and contemporary dance, disciplines that have seeped into her way of being a musician.
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