Ramanavami Music Fest at Bidaram Mandira
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Ramanavami Music Fest at Bidaram Mandira

April 4, 2017

Ganavisharada Bidaram Krishnappa’s Sree Prasanna Seetharama Mandira, Narayana  Shastri Road, has organised the following programmes as part of the 101st Sri Ramanavami Music Festival at Prasanna Seetharama Mandira from  Apr. 5 to 16 at 6 pm everyday:

April 5: Vid. H.L. Shivashankarswamy & Party – Talavadya Kacheri; April 6: Sandeep Narayan – Vocal; Vid. Mathur Srinidhi – Violin; Vid. Tumkur B. Ravishankar – Mridanga; Vid. Bhargha Halandi – Khanjira; April 7: T.V. Sankaranarayanan – Vocal; Vid. K.J. Dileep – Violin; Vid. Arjunkumar – Mridanga; Vid. G.S. Ramanuja – Ghata; April 8: Vid. Shashank – Flute; Vid. Nishanth Chandrashekar – Violin; Vid. Parthri Sashikumar – Mridanga; Vid. Giridhara Udupa – Ghata; April 9: Vid. Dr. Venkateshkumar – Hindustani Vocal; Vid. Veerabhadraiah Hiremutt – Harmonium; Vid. Ravindra Yavagal – Tabla; April 10: Vidu. Dr. Sukanya Prabhakar & Sumana Vedanth – Vocal; Vid. C.N. Chandrashekar – Violin; Vid. H.L. Shivashankarswamy – Mridanga; Vid. V.S. Ramesh – Morching; April 11: Vidu. Vani Sathish – Vocal; Vid. H.K. Narasima Murthy – violin; Vid. G.S. Ramanuja – Mridanga; Vid. V.S. Ramesh – Morching; April 12: Vidu. Jayanthi Kumaresh – Veena; Vid. Kumaresh – Violin; Vid. Jayachandra Rao – Mridanga; Vid Pramath Kiran – Ghata; April 13: Vid. Abhishek Raghuram – Vocal; Vidu. Smitha – Violin; Vid. Shankarnarayan – Mridanga; Vid. Guruprasanna – Khanjira; April 14: Malladi Brothers (Vid. Sreeramprasad and Vid. Ravikumar) – Vocal; Vid. Vittal Rangan – Violin; Vid. K.V. Prasad – Mridanga; Vid. G.S. Ramanuja – Ghata; April 15: Vid. T.M. Krishna – Vocal; Vid. Vittal Rangan – Violin; Vid. J. Vaidyanathan – Mridanga; Vid. Guruprasanna – Khanjira; April 16: Vid. Mysore M. Nagaraj & Vid. Mysore Dr. M. Manjunath (Mysore Brothers)- Violin Duet; Vid. Dr. Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman – Mridanga; Vid. Giridhar Udupa – Ghata.

Sri Ramapattabhisheka at 10 am and Mahamangalarathi at 1 pm on Apr. 16, according to a press release.

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