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Annette Philip Group

The Annette Philip Quintet


With an ever-evolving sound, the Annette Philip Quintet seeks to collectively explore the music and ideologies of different countries, traditions, and cultures from around the globe. Each musician brings a different perspective, and their current soundscape draws from jazz, funk, Latin, Indian and Middle Eastern influences. The group currently features (from left): Bertram Lehmann, Germany (Drums), Maxim Lubarsky, Ukraine (Piano), Jesse Williams, United States (Bass), Bill Vint, United States (Flute/Saxophone), and Annette Philip, India (Voice). Listen to our music on Reverbnation here.

Women Of The World

Women of the World


Created in 2008 by the visionary vocalist Ayumi Ueda, Women of the World is an international ensemble of musicians representing 9 countries - Japan, India, Italy, Haiti, United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Serbia, and Brazil. Honoring global folk traditions, the four core vocalists (Ayumi Ueda - Japan; Giorgia Renosto - Italy; Annette Philip - India, Deborah Pierre - Haiti/USA) and six-piece band present a vast and varied repertoire that spans music in 23 languages, creating rich tapestries of culture and sound.

Women of the World was nominated for the 2013 Boston Music Awards, as well as the 2014 Independent Music Awards. They were also named 2014 Boston Champions in the state-wide a cappella sweepstakes harmony fest, and will represent New England at the national levels in mid 2014.

In many ways, the ensemble is a microcosm of the world, with members working closely together, not just to create and perform music, but also learning about each others countries, cultures, languages, beliefs and practices.

With tours in Japan, Canada and across the United States, including performances at the Blue Note Jazz Club, Carnegie Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall, and features at the Beantown Jazz Festival, TEDxBoston and United Nations events, Women of the World has united over 200 women to date in their journey of spreading peace and unity through music.

The Jazz Urbane


The brainchild of composer, Bill Banfield, The Jazz Urbane is a contemporary recording/performing collective, focusing on reviving the art of storytelling and jazz songwriting that grooves. The ensemble recently released their “Playing with Other People’s Heads” CD in 2013, featuring George Duke, Terri Lynn Carrington, Christian Scott, Grace Kelly, Alex Han, and Greg Osby, among others. Annette is the lead vocalist of the collective, and is featured on the latest JU music video, Words Linger.

Artistes Unlimited

Artistes Unlimited


What began as an idea in 2003 has now evolved into India’s largest and most diverse performing arts ensemble, with a rotating line up of over 250 artists. Founded by Annette Philip and Anantika Bakht, Artistes Unlimited (AU) was a first-of-its-kind platform that sought to promote young artists in a non-competitive environment in the city of New Delhi. With music as its core focus, AU performs a vast repertoire spanning jazz, a-cappella, gospel, rock, R&B, musical theatre, Indian and Western classical, and Sufi and folk traditions.  

Believing in experimentation and the immense power of collaborative action, Artistes Unlimited is now a registered charitable trust committed not only to empowering young artists and entrepreneurs, but also aims to use the arts to educate, inspire, and effect real social change.

Studio Projects


Annette has been recording professionally since 1998, both as a vocalist and voice-over artist. She has been featured on over 2000 jingles, corporate songs, albums, animated movies, educational DVDs, internet travelogues, corporate telephonic messages/automated cellular phone prompts, as well as radio and television spots in nine languages.

Annette’s voice has been utilized on major brand advertisements including Pepsi, Nestle, Panasonic, Bausch & Lomb, 7-Up, Indian Airlines, and Microsoft, to name a few. In addition, she was also one of the official female voices for the Discovery Channel in India for over six years.