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You’ve said that in the past,when you were younger renowned musicians who had a more puritan approach had written you off Did you struggle to please that audience Has that changed in the last few years I’ve found that it’s not very healthy for me to pay too much attention to what others think of me I can’t speak for other people so I don’t know what they think But for myself I feel like I’ve found my stride I love to make experimental music and to grow and learn from new musical experiences — but I also treasure and value the classical Indian music that is at the heart of everything I do How did you feel growing as a musician alongside your father at some of the most prestigious concert halls Many may call “presenting” a child that young as nepotistic but in classical traditions it’s a common practice to make a child learn on stage Were you frightened In hindsight it was extremely frightening I was always naturally shy and learning and presenting myself onstage in front of thousands of people would be quite harrowing Afterward though if it had gone well I always felt very proud and happy It’s a confusing issue As you say it’s a natural part of our classical training process and I probably learned as much or more onstage with my father as I did in the practice room But it’s a tough thing for a young person to be put up for so much examination and scrutiny and it would have been nice to be protected from that a bit longer Looking back what was your first lesson with Panditji like He was 68 and was trying to teach a reluctant seven-year-old girl He taught students who had already trained extensively Did he have to change the way he taught music He often spoke about how tough it was as he had never taught anyone in quite the same way But I’m very grateful for the way he adapted to teaching me as I probably would’ve run away if he’d taught me like he taught his earlier disciples Indian classical music hinges on the idea of freedom within discipline There is the component of improvisation but then it’s also rigid and complex How then do you strive to be a creative composer It’s a beautiful contradiction and one that to me mirrors life very simply and beautifully We are all searching for our own freedom within limitations — how to be true to our inner character while also being conscious of society at large how to balance spirituality in a materialistic world how to find balance overall This universal truth is at the heart of our music and can be a great spiritual practice People in Maihar at your father’s gurukul in Madhya Pradesh have always wanted you to perform at their annual festival It would be amazing to visit and play in Maihar I hope it can happen one day In a recent conversation with maestro Zubin Mehta he welled up speaking about Panditji and you and the fact that you named your son after him I have had the privilege of working with Zubin uncle a fair bit especially in the last few years We have played my father’s composition Concerto No 2 several times together I’m looking forward to playing it with him in the next two years alongside the very best orchestras in the world: the New York Philharmonic and Berlin Philharmonic He is a consummately beautiful artiste passionate and uplifting and each time I’ve worked with him it has been incredibly inspiring Traces of You your last album and tribute to Pandit Ravi Shankar along with your sister Norah Jones has been called your most personal so far Each album is personal and becomes the most personal album that can be made at the time In fact Land of Gold the one I’m releasing next year now feels like the most personal simply because it’s the one I’m currently most connected to whereas another older album almost feels like it was made by a different me Panditji was known to be one of the finest teachers besides being an iconic performer Do you ever think of taking up that role Would you like to teach your children I had one student when I was a teenager the daughter of an Indian family friend And I haven’t had one since Teaching scares me and also feels really important I’m slowly owning the fact that I want to teach possibly sooner than I imagined I’m acutely aware of this being a non-written form of music and I’ve been handed some really special things After 20 years I’ve learned more from my father than any other disciple has So out of responsibility and love I really want to pass on and share these things As for the kids I don’t know It’s hard to say because they are so young But if they come to me and say “I really want to learn your instrument” I’ll teach it to them But I’m not sure Two years ago you spoke about sexual violence in the One Billion Rising Campaign — about being sexually abused by a man your parents trusted It inspired a lot of people to talk about the issue That’s exactly why I wanted to speak about it After Nirbhaya’s gangrape sexual violence was suddenly being talked about in India in a way I had never remembered in my lifetime It felt like an opportunity to be a part of lifting the stigma and silence that surrounds it all It felt important to talk about it and I’m so grateful that I did If I had kept quiet it would have felt like an extension of perpetuation as a whole because the more we talk about it the more we enable future victims to talk about it What are you working on now In 2016 I’ll be busy touring with my new album Land of Gold and playing with various classical orchestras For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLondon | Published: February 21 2014 4:06 pm The researchers also noted striking similarities in the ways the dog and human brains process emotionally loaded sounds Related News Dogs have brain areas dedicated to dealing with voice and acoustic emotional cues just like humans do according to a first of its kind study The first study to compare brain function between humans and any nonprimate animal found that dogs have dedicated voice areas in their brains just as people do Dog brains like those of people are also sensitive to acoustic cues of emotion researchers said The findings suggest that voice areas evolved at least 100 million years ago the age of the last common ancestor of humans and dogs “Dogs and humans share a similar social environment” said Attila Andics of MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group in Hungary “Our findings suggest that they also use similar brain mechanisms to process social information This may support the successfulness of vocal communication between the two species” Andics said Andics and his colleagues trained 11 dogs to lay motionless in an fMRI brain scanner That made it possible to run the same neuroimaging experiment on both dog and human participants – something that had never been done before They captured both dogs’ and humans’ brain activities while the subjects listened to nearly 200 dog and human sounds ranging from whining or crying to playful barking or laughing The images showed that dog and human brains include voice areas in similar locations Not surprisingly the voice area of dogs responds more strongly to other dogs while that of humans responds more strongly to other humans The researchers also noted striking similarities in the ways the dog and human brains process emotionally loaded sounds In both species an area near the primary auditory cortex lit up more with happy sounds than unhappy ones Andics said they were most struck by the common response to emotion across species There were some differences too: in dogs 48 per cent of all sound-sensitive brain regions respond more strongly to sounds other than voices That’s in contrast to humans in which only 3 per cent of sound-sensitive brain regions show greater response to nonvocal versus vocal sounds The study is the first step toward understanding how it is that dogs can be so remarkably good at tuning into the feelings of their human owners The study is published in the Cell Press journal Current Biology For 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