Antaranga is an 8-part series of lecture-demonstrations for general music enthusiasts as well as for students looking to gain a deeper appreciation of the aesthetic thought process of Carnatic music.
Radhe Jaggi, a graduate of Kalakshetra Foundation, is a disciple of Leela Samson. She has a post diploma in Arts Management from Dakshina Chitra, Chennai.Radhe spent the first two years of her career performing in over sixty temples across Tamil Nadu.
Sankari Krishnan M.A. M.Phil (Music), a gold medalist from the University of Madras, was initiated into music at Thiruvanaikoil, Trichy by Shri K.S.Subramanian. His encouragement had fired a passion in Sankari to pursue music as a career.
Heartbeat Ensemble is a professional musical ensemble performing Indian Classical Music, with a lot of percussion accent with many dynamic performers, enchanting instruments and reverberating rhythms.
Vidushi S. Sowmya is one of the world’s leading exponents of the Carnatic (South Indian classical) tradition of vocal music. She is reputed for her deeply classical style and for her large repertoire spanning a wide spectrum of composers, including some of the rarest works of the Carnatic Trinity.
“Mitra” is a Bharatanatyam Margam that explores intersections in the themes of Indian poetry. The concept of prema, or eternal love, is age-old and performed by many performers from the temple to the proscenium stage.
Dancers Viraja and Shyamjith will be conduction a dance workshop. A limited number of places are still available for participants who may be interested. Please contact Dhvani at 614 537 7574, or Sukanya Chand or Ami Majmudar for details on availability and other questions about this workshop.
My story starts in the beautiful, quaint city of Ottawa in Canada – where I was born. My parents noticed that I loved singing as a child, and had to be pulled away from mikes! Although they had no background in music, they returned to India when I was hardly 4, with a vision that I should sing. Whatever I am today, is on account of their foresight and encouragement towards my music!
Sunil Gargyan is a budding young artist making waves in the Carnatic scene. He started his musical journey at the age of three. Sunil was initiated in carnatic music by Nagai Sri Bhashyam and furthered under Sri P. B. Shrirangachari.
Placed amongst the 50 most influential soft powers in India by the Open Magazine, Palghat Ramprasad is one of the most sought after South Indian Carnatic music vocalist both in India and abroad.
Dr Gowri Ramnarayan has curated this centenary tribute to celebrate the legacy of DK Pattammal (1919- 2009), the matriarch of Carnatic music. Gowri's story telling is based on her research, reading and close personal interaction with the legendary vocalist.
Brindha Manickavasakan is a performing vocalist in Indian Classical Carnatic Music based in Chennai, India. She has been performing for the past 17 years, from the age of 10. She is an ‘A’ grade artist of All India Radio, Chennai.
In 2019 our much awaited annual Children’s Music Competition will again be followed by the awards ceremony on the same day. Please mark and save the dates on your calendars.
Nirmala Rajasekar's performances have been featured at special events --including playing for The President of India Dr. Abdul Kalam and Jazz great Ornette Coleman. Nirmala has been an empanelled artiste of the Indian Council of Cultural Relations since 1987 and has performed in many Festivals hosted by the Government of India.
J A Jayanth - Bamboo Flute with VVS Murari - Violin and N C Bharadwaj - Mridangam Jayanth is one of the most sought after flautists in Carnatic music. A prodigy, driven by divine in-born talent and bubbling enthusiasm in bamboo flute, he was naturally drawn into the tutelage of his grandfather, noted flautist Late T. S. Sankaran (prime disciple of Flute Mali) in a traditional guru-sishya parampara since the age of five. Earlier, at the age of four, he…
Taniya and Puneet are primarily soloists who started dancing duet in 2014. They enjoy the challenge of blending different aspects of the two styles that they are individually trained in; such as the grace that vazhuvoor offers with the preciseness of the kalakshetra style. They also perform together as accompanists in orchestra for kuchipudi and bharatanatyam performances.