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Times of India

Avanti ended the session with her signature #SongOnTheSpot

HARVARD GAZETTE

Nagral draws on her experience of living between two worlds: Boston and Mumbai, and now Harvard Square and Back Bay

THATBROWNDUDEWITHAMUSICBLOG

not just another break up anthem but puts forth a fresh perspective on past relationships with a charming classical undertone and gracefully put together lyrics.

INDIA NEW ENGLAND

Nagral’s new single [thank u (pls)] delivers an empowered stance on heartache

Radio and Music

…a song about choosing between people, places, identities

Harvard Rock Review

I connect with the soulful aspect of music

Redefines what it means to be an entrepreneur…through music, philanthropy, and education.

From Bombay to Boston

Radio and Music

Being an artist is like running a startup

Whatever that story that’s unique to you is — whether it’s about trash cans or sexual assault — it’s about bringing that forward and showing the power of art and music.

She grew up doing a lot of devotional music and simultaneously started playing piano at the age of 5

I wanted the video to be something different, immersive, and pioneering.

The song, with its addictive chorus, is a rendition of Avanti’s hybrid personal and musical identity

The first student to pursue a dual degree from two prestigious institutions also has a virtual reality music video titled ‘I Like’

Berklee Now

Nagral’s passion for addressing health and relationships through her music is evident through her song Treated

Artiste Avanti Nagral, in her debut English single, ‘I Like’, has done a something quite…

Treated is a song that I wrote to my 12-year old self

Electric pop and soul with a propensity for strong female voices

Nagral…has a crystal-clear voice that is soothing but impactful at the same time

Avanti is a powerhouse of talent

NDTV

A hundred white balloons were released into the air as singer Avanti Nagral performed Michael Jackson’s ‘We are the World’.

Mid-Day

Avanti Nagral speaks about juggling her three passions – singing, acting and public health

Bombay Times

Artist Avanti Nagral has done something quite unique

Times of India

The Grand Finale started with a thrilling set from Avanti Nagral

Mid-Day

Avanti Nagral speaks about juggling her three passions – singing, acting and public health

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