Autorickshaw has toured in the UK and Europe, including performances in London (Vortex Jazz Club & Nehru Centre), Ireland, Prague and Grabstejn in the Czech Republic, Germany (Festival der Kulturen, Hamburg), Paris, Amsterdam and Alkmaar in the Netherlands and Belfast, Lisburn and Derry in Northern Ireland.
Most recently, Autorickshaw debuted their Global Grooves, Ancient Voices show at the prestigious Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2019.
Widely reviewed and profiled in mainstream Canadian media, Autorickshaw has also been featured internationally, including on BBC Radio, NPR’s Weekend America, in Global Rhythm Magazine and All About Jazz (USA); World Music Magazine (Italy), fRoots (UK), Rave Magazine and The Hindu (India); Deutschland Radio Kultur (Germany) as well as appearing at #14 on the European World Music Charts.
Autorickshaw has commissioned a number of new Canadian works (by Trichy Sankaran, John Gzowski and Gordon Sheard) supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council. The ensemble has been commissioned by the Harbourfront Centre and the West End Cultural Centre to create new works as well.
Autorickshaw has collaborated with numerous ensembles and artists including Trichy Sankaran, Qais Essar, Sangeeta Shankar, Hannaford Street Silver Band, Toronto Consort, VIVA Youth Singers, Goulbourn Jubilee Singers, Mississauga Festival Chorus, Orpheus Choir, Primus Men’s Chorus, ECHO Women’s Chorus, Common Thread Community Chorus, Jubilate Singers, Mendelssohn Youth Choir, City Choir, Penderecki Quartet, Manitoba Chamber Ensemble, Amely Zhou, Bandana Singh, Vandana Vishwas, John Gzowski, Gordon Sheard, Kevin Breit, Ben Grossman, Mark Duggan, George Koller, Jaron Freeman-Fox, Andrew Craig and others.
They are committed to their role as music educators through school performances, lecture demonstrations, workshops and masterclasses on topics as diverse as jazz improvisation, south Indian and Western vocal/choral techniques, and percussion from around the world.
Autorickshaw has been a recipient of numerous grants from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, SOCAN Foundation and RadioStarmaker.