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‘Bhimannana Maga’ – An insight into the life of the artiste
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‘Bhimannana Maga’ – An insight into the life of the artiste

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan The Indian Theatre staged the play ‘Bheemannana Maga’ at Kalamandira in city on Dec.27.  The play is based on Raghavendra Bhimsen Joshi’s ‘Gaanaaraachye pora Atmakathana’ translated into Kannada from Marathi by Shubhada Aminabhavi. The play is an autobiography of Raghavendra Joshi, son of Bhimsen Joshi and also a biography of the…

Carrying the lineage
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Carrying the lineage

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan Maharajapuram Ramachandran performed for Nadabrahma Sangeeta Sabha on the 10th of December. He was accompanied by C.N. Chandrashekhar on violin, H.S. Sudheendra on mridanga and G.S.Ramanujam on ghata. Ramachandran has a strong, bold voice, which initially took some time to settle down. As the concert was in memory of late Lalita…

Kunnakudi’s concert: A performance combined with precision and passion
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Kunnakudi’s concert: A performance combined with precision and passion

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan The evening programme on 5th December began with Surabhi’s concert. Surabhi is a confident and accomplished vocalist with a bold voice. Her rendition of ‘Raksha Maam SharaNagatam’ Of Chembai fame by Bangalore Nagaraj decorated with brisk swaras at madhyama kala sahitya made a grand beginning. Her main selection for the evening…

An informative and illuminative session
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An informative and illuminative session

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan The morning of December 4 brought three interesting papers at the JSS Music Conference. The first paper was on the great poet P.T. Narasimhachar, who has created history in the world of Kannada literature and music. The paper focused on the rare ragas created by Narasimhachar, which is an immense and…

Educative morning sessions at the music conference
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Educative morning sessions at the music conference

By Dr. Padmavathi Narasimhan The morning sessions at the 24th JSS Annual Music Conference were both educative and entertaining. On 3rd December morning, Mysore V. Subramanya gave a lecture-demonstration on ‘The Glory of Jhanjuti.’ He described how the name came into existence. Pinakapani named it jhanjuti. ‘Raganidhi’ describes it as jinjuti. It is also known…

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