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Treading the Traditional Path
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Treading the Traditional Path

May 27, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan Vocalist Kartik Nara-yanan from Chennai gave a vocal recital at Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on Apr.27. He was accompanied on violin by Mysore Sumanth, mridanga by Sai Shiv Lakshmi Keshav and ghata by Vikram Bharadwaj. Kartik is a disciple of well-known musician Rajakumar Bharati. While he has adapted the style from…

129th Ramotsava by Ramabhyudaya Sabha – 11: Spiritual and Melodic
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129th Ramotsava by Ramabhyudaya Sabha – 11: Spiritual and Melodic

May 21, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan On the concluding day of Ramotsava at Alamma’s Choutry, Vidyabhushana sang devotional songs. Pradeshachar accompanied him on violin, H.L. Shivashankaraswamy on mridanga, his disciple Nagaraj on tabla and M.R. Manjunath on ghata. Devaranamas and bhajans were sung only in temples and at homes before. Their concert appearance is comparatively a recent…

129th Ramotsava by Ramabhyudaya Sabha – 10
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129th Ramotsava by Ramabhyudaya Sabha – 10

May 20, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi  Narasimhan T.M. Krishna sang on the tenth day of Ramabhyudaya Sabha’s Ramotsava at Alamma’s Choultry. He was accompanied by Akkarai Subhalakshmi on violin, K.V. Prasad on mridanga and Vazhappally Krishnakumar on ghata. As a vocalist, T.M. Krishna has courted controversy by making a large number of innovations in the style and substance…

‘Kala Deepthi’ celebrates anniversary
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‘Kala Deepthi’ celebrates anniversary

March 23, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan Kala Deepthi is a dance organisation devoted to Bharatanatyam. Its Director Deepthi, who is a disciple of Dr. Vasundhara Doraswamy, has trained several students in Bharatanatyam at her school in J.P. Nagar. Eighteen students ranging from 6-7 years to 15 years of age performed for the first anniversary of the Dance…

Melodious & aesthetic
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Melodious & aesthetic

March 10, 2019

– Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan There are very few Saxophone artistes in Karnatak music. It was Kadri Gopalnath who successfully adapted this western instrument into Karnatak music with certain modifications. A young Saxophonist Harish Pandava from Mysuru performed for Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on Feb.9. He was accompanied on violin by C.N. Tyagaraj, mridanga by Vishnuvardhan…

A tribute to three Gurus
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A tribute to three Gurus

March 10, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha, in collaboration with Tyagaraja Sangeetha Sabha, had organised a whole-day violin event at its venue on Feb.13. The event was designed by senior violinist of the city H.K. Narasimha Murthy (HKN), his wife Rajalakshmi and their son H.N. Bhaskar. Nearly a hundred students of HKN participated in…

Lively and Interactive
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Lively and Interactive

January 21, 2019

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan City ‘s ‘Bhushan Academy’ presented a Bharatanatyam recital in memory of Lalita Murthy, wife of senior art patron K.V. Murthy on her birth anniversary. Badari Divyabhushan, grandson of cine star of yesteryears Kalyan Kumar, and his wife Anjana Bhushan performed ‘Ramabhyudayam’ for Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on the 9th of December. Badari…

Brilliant singing…
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Brilliant singing…

December 31, 2018

Vighnesh Ishwar is one of those young talented musicians who have pursued music seriously, trying to create awareness in music among everyone through their brilliant performances. He performed for Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha, Mysuru, on the 8th of this month with Mathur Srinidhi on violin, Anoor Ananta Krishna Sharma on mridanga and Pranav Datt on…

Wonder Boy’s Wonderful Music
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Wonder Boy’s Wonderful Music

December 12, 2018

Eleven-year-old child prodigy Rahul Vellal is a YouTube sensation. But there is more to his music than what we see of his song videos in YouTube. It is a wonder how music is a way of life for this child even when their parents have no background in music. The effort and care this child…

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