Swathi Thirunal Day at Ganabharathi on Apr.23

Swathi Thirunal Day at Ganabharathi on Apr.23

Mysuru: Ganabharathi is organising Swathi Thirunal Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of the great composer on Apr.23 at Veene Seshanna Bhavan in Kuvempunagar.  

Leading musicians of Karnataka will be rendering the compositions of Swathi Thirunal at the day-long programme              which starts at 10 am. H. Channappa, Assistant Director, Department of Kannada and Culture, will inaugurate the function, the details of which are  as follows:

10 am: Inauguration; 10.30 to 11.30 am: Vid. Prof. R. Visweswaran – Veene; Vid. H. L. Shivashankaraswamy – Mridanga, Vid S Manjunath- Ghatam; 11.30 to 12.30 pm:  Vidu. Neela Ramgopal – Vocal, Vid. Achutha Rao – Violin, Vid. A Radhesh – Mridangam; 12.30 to 1.30 pm: Vid. Ballary M. Raghavendra-Vocal, Vid. C. N. Tyagarajan-Violin, Vid. H. L. Shivashankarswamy- Mridangam; 2.30 to 3.30 pm:  Vid. N. R. Prashanth-Vocal, Vid. Achutha Rao – Violin, Vid. Adamya- Mridangam; 3.30 to 4.30 pm: Vidu. M. S. Vidya – Vocal, Vidu. Veena Suresh – Violin, Vid. Sai Shivu Laxmi Keshav – Mridangam; 4.30 to 5.30 pm: Vid. Srikantham Nagendra Sastry-Vocal, Vid. C. N. Tyagarajan- Violin, Vid. G. R. Srinivas – Mridangam; 6 to 7 pm: Vid. Chandan Kumar- Flute, Vid. H. K. Narasimhamurthy – Violin, Vid. R. Adamya – Mridanga; 7 to 8 pm: Vidu. S. Rajalakshmi – Veene, Vid. A Radhesh – Mrudangam, Vid. Raghunandan – Ghata; 8 to 9 pm: Vidu. Saralaya Sisters- Vocal, Vid. H. K. Narasimha Murthy – Violin, Vid. G. R. Srinivas – Mridangam.

April 19, 2017

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