The World Bhangra Council are proud to announce Parv Kaur as – UK Youth Ambassador for the WBC.
Parv Kaur is UK’s first ever-female Dhol Players who has been promoting and performing Bhangra Music since 1993. She established ‘Eternal Taal’ in 1999, a female Dhol Drumming and Dancing team that has strived to promote cultural diversity within their own and the wider community with participants from a range of ethnic backgrounds. Parv has been greatly inspired by her farther, ‘Balbir Singh’ of the legendary ‘Bhujhangy Group’ credited as the first band to start Bhangra Music in the UK back in 1967. He has been an
active member of the Bhangra industry for over 50 years and is also a Guinness World Record holder.
Throughout the 25 years of Parv’s own professional career, she has broke many barriers and confronted strong stereotypes within a male dominated industry. Some of her achievements throughout her illustrious career
‘Contribution to UK Bhangra Music’ – awarded by the House of Commons
‘Ambassador’ – chosen by a non-asian music charity ‘Music for All’
‘Master in Dhol Drums’ – chosen by the Black Country 100 masters
‘Inspirational Sikh Women’ – chosen by Sikh Channel and Sikh Network
Her Dhol Drumming Team perform on a regular basis and she also teaches Bhangra classes, dedicating nine hours a week to teach others the true art of Indian music. Her students are given amazing opportunities to perform with her on some of the worlds largest stages such as Glastonbury Festival, House of Commons, West End, Bollywood films, BBC World News, Channel Four documentaries, Graham Norton Christmas Show, Dubai Womens Run and many more high profile shows. For more info please follow the link: www.eternaltaal.com