Chandrika Tandon is a Grammy-nominated artist, a humanitarian, a philanthropist and a leader in the world of business, education and the arts. She’s produced four albums, including Soul Call, which earned her a Grammy nomination. Her music is moving, spiritual, entertaining and healing, and she’s described her most recent album Shivoham – The Quest as “the musical expression of my journey toward the light.”

Kenny Werner is a world-renowned pianist and Grammy-nominated composer whose recordings have been universally praised and looked to for inspiration and motivation by music lovers and musicians alike. There are probably few musicians who haven’t read his landmark book Effortless Mastery: Liberating the Master Musician Within. His seminal work No Beginning, No End won him the 2010 Guggenheim Fellowship, and his latest project Somewhere with Peter Eldridge is, in a word, sublime.

Tandon and Werner joined forces for a special duo performance called Breaking Boundaries earlier this week at the Jazz Bistro. Before the show, they joined us in the JAZZ.FM91 studios to talk about their collaboration and to share a special performance live on the air.

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