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Balasaraswati in her time; lecture by Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan

Balasaraswati in her time; lecture by Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan

Thursday, October 11|6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

FREE ADMISSION. NO TICKETS REQUIRED. Playwright, theatre director, musician and journalist, Dr. Gowri Ramnarayan will lead us on a short walk alongside T. Balasaraswati (Balamma) and her times as well as share how she was viewed by her contemporaries; both artists and connoisseurs. Dr. Ramnarayan has written extensively about the performing arts in India and has produced singular profiles of some of the greats. She has penned several articles on Balasaraswati as well. She is the founder and director of…

T.M. Krishna with RK Shriramkumar & K Arun Prakash

Vocal Concert by T M Krishna

Friday, October 5|7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Accompanists: RK Shriramkumar - Violin | K Arun Prakash - Mridangam This is a special marquee event. We are expecting a completely full hall. Only a limited number of tickets are being sold in advance. Please make your purchase early while they last. Members and ticket holders, please be sure to arrive early and be seated at least 20 minutes before the start of the concert to ensure you have a seat. Any empty seats will be sold after that…

Sharing Art; an artist reception with T.M. Krishna

Thursday, October 4|7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

This is a private event only for Dhvani members. Come and meet the artists TM Krishna, RK Shriramkumar, and K. Arun Prakash. The artists will talk about sharing art as well as the concert on the 7th. This will also be an opportunity for all of us to meet them and ask any questions we may have about music, the arts and about the interaction of the arts and greater societal issues of the day.   T M Krishna As…

Vocal Concert by Jayashree Rajeev

A Tribute to Swathi Thirunal; a concert by Jayashree Rajeev

Sunday, September 23|4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Accompanists: Manjoor Ranjith - Violin | Balakrishna Kammath - Mridangam Jayashree Rajeev - Vocal (Disciple of Smt. Suguna Varadhachari) Jayashree Rajeev started her music lessons at an early age of 5 from a veteran Nadaswara vidwan Shri Puthur Srinivas at Kannur, who himself was a disciple of Late Tanjore Rajarathnam Pillai, the final word in Nadaswara and continued under him for almost ten years. Later, she came under the tutelage of Late Nedumangad Sasidharan Nari, a renowned singer of AIR…

Viraja Mandhre & Shyamjith Kiran - Bharatanatyam

Viraja Mandhre & Shyamjith Kiran – Bharatanatyam

Saturday, September 8|6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Viraja Mandhre & Shyamjith Kiran are Indian classical dancers trained in the form of bharatanatyam at the Kalakshetra Foundation – Chennai. Previously a part of the Kalakshetra Repertory company, they are currently exploring their paths through independent pursuits.

Concert for a Cause: Dhvani + She’s the First

Saturday, July 28|4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Hailing from a musical family, Chinmayee was introduced to music at a very young age. She underwent initial training from Dr. Radha Venkatachalam. She has been under the tutelage of Sangeetha Kala Acharya Smt. Kalyani Sharma for over last 15 years now.

Sundarakandam; bharatanatyam ekaharya by Pavithra Srinivasan

Friday, May 25|7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Pavithra Srinivasan uses music, dance and narration to tell the story of Hanuman in her presentation of the Sundarakandam, the fifth book of the Valmiki Ramayana. In this part of the story, it is Hanuman who is the main character. His valor and exploits are told and celebrated.

Veena & Mridangam; a chamber concert by Ramana

Sunday, April 29|5:45 pm - 7:45 pm

Ramana Balachandhran is a 16-year-old vainika from Bangalore. His talent for music was noticed when at a young age he could identify ragas and point out nuances. He has been performing from the age of 12. Ramana started his vocal training with his mother Sharanya Balachandhran.

Concert by Sangita Kalanidhi Chitravina Ravikiran

Saturday, April 7|6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Since his grand entrance at age two, Sangita Kalanidhi Chitravina Ravikiran has enthralled record audiences (of 45,000-100,000 in some concerts) and won critical acclaim as one of the most inspiring ambassadors of Indian music and culture in the world.

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