Sanjeeta Bhattacharya ( संजीता भट्टाचार्य) is an Indian singer and songwriter.
An alum of Berklee School of Music, she has been a piece of celebrations, for example, Panama Jazz Celebration, Hornbill Celebration, NH7 Weekender and Attractive Fields Celebration. As a component of her own task, she has delivered a progression of singles and her track, “All is Well?” put her on Spotify’s worldwide arising craftsman program, RADAR in July 2020. Her most memorable worldwide cooperation was with Malagasysinger Niu Raza called ‘Red’. Sanjeeta debuts as an entertainer in the Netflix series “Feels Like Ishq” on July 23, 2021. Bhattacharya is likewise known for her exhibition that honored A. R. Rahman at Berklee School of Music in 2014 highlighting 109 entertainers from 32 nations. A. R. Rahman was granted a privileged doctorate from Berklee School of Music at that occasion.
Personal life and education
Bhattacharya was brought into the world in New Delhi, India. She is the little girl of craftsman Sanjay Bhattacharya. She moved on from Berklee School of Music, known for the investigation of jazz and current American music. Sanjeeta is frequently alluded to as a remarkable new jazz artist, yet she likes to try not to classify her music. She expressed during the meeting with The Hours of India that:
I have roots in Indian classical Hindustani music. In school, I sang RnB, pop, choir music and so on. After which I explored many more genres like flamenco, Balkan folk, Latin American music etc and all of these reflect the music I make.
Her music weaves influences from R&B, Indie folk and Latin styles with multi-lingual lyrics to create stories around myriad personal experiences.
Sanjeeta was a TEDx speaker at TEDx, Pune.