Jaswinder Singh is an accomplished ghazal singer from India. He received training in Indian classical music from his father before obtaining formal education in music from Gandharva Mahavidyalaya.
Jaswinder Singh’s family shares close ties with noted ghazal singer late Jagjit Singh. The association with his favorite singer and guru significantly shaped Jaswinder’s singing and composing style. Jaswinder spent his formative years under Jagjit Singh’s guidance and in year 2001 Jagjit Singh introduced Jaswinder to the world of ghazal connoisseurs through “Aage Aage Dekhiye”, Jaswinder’s debut album. Jaswinder’s dream of performing with his guru came true when he accompanied Jagjit Singh on stage during the 2001 UK concert series.
Jaswinder continues his music journey with the release of Tamanna in 2005 and Aks in 2013 interspersed with a bhajan album titled Meri Vinati Suno Hey Ram in 2007. His ability to translate meaningful works of noted writers such as Nadeem Parmar and Farhat Shehzad into soulful compositions has made him a favorite in the South Asian community in USA and Canada.
Jaswinder regularly tours the world for performances and has been invited to special occasions such as the 24th Sulaiman Khateeb memorial function and Jagjit Singh memorial concert in India. He was also interviewed for the popular “Face to Face” program on TV Asia. He received various commendations including the prestigious Sangam Kala Group award in 2003 at a glittering ceremony in Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi.