Los Angeles-based producer and composer Shruti Kumar grew up in a music-loving home, where she was exposed to the strains of Carnatic and the melodies of Bollywood, alongside the bop of The Beatles, and the politically charged offerings of Harry Belafonte. When she was three years old, her parents took her to see The Nutcracker, and it was here that the piano first caught her eye. “I remember being mesmerized,” she says.
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