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Ganabharathi fetes senior artistes and art patron
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Ganabharathi fetes senior artistes and art patron

Ganabharathi celebrated Sri Krishna Jayanti from Sept. 7 to 9 at Veene Seshanna Bhavan. On the concluding day, three senior artistes and a patron of music were felicitated by the chief guest of the evening by Dr. Gowri Kuppuswami. Seen are (sitting from left) H.R. Leelavathi (Sugama Sangeetha), Koviladi Kala (Karnatak Classical Music), S.K. Lakshminarayan…

Swaramurthy V. N. Rao Memorial Dance at Ganabharathi
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Swaramurthy V. N. Rao Memorial Dance at Ganabharathi

Disciples of Vidushi Dr. Kripa Phadke to perform on Aug.31 Ganabharathi  has organised Swaramurthy V. N. Rao Memorial   Dance programme on 31st August at 6 pm at Veene Seshanna Bhavana in Kuvempunagar. Disciples of   Vidushi Dr. Kripa Phadke will be performing on this occasion. The artistes performing are Vidu.S. Kanchanashree, Vidu. Panchami Phadke, Vidu. Amruta…

Rakshabandhan Jugalbandhi at Ganabharathi on Sunday
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Rakshabandhan Jugalbandhi at Ganabharathi on Sunday

Mysuru: Samskara Bharathi has organised a Rakshabandhan music programme on Sunday (Aug.26) at 10 am at Veene Seshanna Bhavan, Ganabharathi, Mysuru. Gen3 artistes, prodigies Mysore Sumanth on the violin and Shadaj Godkhindi on the flute are performing a jugalbandhi, close on the heels of a similar jugalbandhi by their previous Gen superstars just a week…

Festivity at Ganabharathi
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Festivity at Ganabharathi

By Dr. Rama V. Bennur Ganabharathi of Mysuru had all the reasons to rejoice. It was adding two more feathers to its cap. The Open Air Theatre was upgraded with a Gallery and a website of Ganabharathi was launched on the 27th of July.  Cultural programmes marked the two-day celebrations. MLA S.A. Ramdas launched the…

Mohiniattam and Hindustani flute recital this evening
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Mohiniattam and Hindustani flute recital this evening

Mysuru:  As part of Nartana Namana, Ganabharathi in association with Raasavrunda will be presenting Mohiniattam by the students of Raasavrunda trained under Guru Kalamandalam Suchitra Anil Kumar at 6.30 pm today (Aug. 17). The performing artistes are Akshara C. Urs, Mahati Vasuki, Apoorva Sameer, S.Niveditha, Shree Krupa and Chinmayee Bharadwaj. This will be followed by…

Vocal concerts at Ganabharathi
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Vocal concerts at Ganabharathi

Mysuru: Ganabharathi has organised two vocal concerts as part of its August monthly music concert on Aug.3 at 6 pm at its Veene Seshanna Bhavan in Kuvempunagar. The first would be a Karnatak vocal concert by Vidu. Madhuri Koushik from 6 pm to 7.30 pm. She will be accompanied by Vidu. Shruthi on violin and…

Ganabharathi launches its website
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Ganabharathi launches its website

Mysuru:  Ganabharathi, in association with the Department of Kannada and Culture, had organised a function at its premises in Kuvempunagar here yesterday to mark the launch of its website and inauguration of the new gallery seats at its Ramabai Govinda Rao Rangamandira. Inaugurating the new gallery seats, former Minister B.K. Chandrashekar opined that art was…

A combination of melody and bhava
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A combination of melody and bhava

The two music concerts held recently in Mysuru by two eminent women artistes proved their mettle time and again. One was a vocal concert at Veene Seshanna Bhavana under the aegis of Ganabharathi. The other one was an ensemble of percussion instruments with ‘ghata’ as the centre of attraction ! This was a part of…

Music concert at Ganabharathi
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Music concert at Ganabharathi

Vidu. Suchitra Holla will present a vocal recital at Ganabharathi’s Veene Seshanna Bhavana, Kuvempunagar, on Saturday 14th July at 6 pm. She will be accompanied by Vid. C.N. Thyagarajan on violin, Vid. B. S. Anand on mridanga and Vid. Vikram Bharadwaj on ghata. The concert is open to all. Profile: Vidu. Suchitra Holla, hailing from…

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