Rambagh Palace

The Context

Music Curator contemplated the sound design of the five public venues from the role the hotel plays in the city of Jaipur in the context of its Taj Group lineage.

The Music

In the Lobby and marble verandah looking out to the garden, we produced a soundtrack of shimmering lightness, inspired by the pastel of the walls and the dance of the garden’s butterflies.

In the Suvarna Mahal, a grand palatial venue of Royal Gastronomy, we created a unique masterpiece of prestigious orchestral strings for dignified Indian classical music.

The Rajput Room, decorated as a tribute to the Maharani Gayatri Devi, was the natural recipient to graceful and romantic musical selections of the numerous Indophile, and Indian, jazz musicians, such as the late Amancio D’Silva, whom the Princess patronized. She bought him his first professional guitar, a Gibson. As a tribute to the artist and his patron, the Rajput Room is the only place on earth where Amancio’s works are performed daily.

The Polo Bar soundtrack revives at night a Belle Epoque quaintness of a fantasied aristocratic socialite life.

On the outskirt of the Palace, a colonial train station has been turned into The Steam Bar, whose entertaining soundtrack of Jazz and Soul music with a contemporary retro touch, offers to locals and guests the genuine edge of an urban bar.