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A powerful voice with effective vocalisation
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A powerful voice with effective vocalisation

N.R. Prashanth sang for Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on the 28th of May. The occasion was 154th Jayantyotsava of Mysore Vasudevacharya, in whose name the auditorium is built. He was accompanied by Nalina Mohan from Bengaluru on the violin, Cheluvaraju, also from Bengaluru, on mridanga and S. Manjunath from Mysuru on the ghata. Prashanth has many…

A concert with vibrant voice, unflinching enthusiasm
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A concert with vibrant voice, unflinching enthusiasm

Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha, Mysuru, has cultivated the practice of honouring a senior musician with the title ‘Nadabrahma’ every year in the month of January. In the search to recognise young talents it also conducts ‘Nadakishorotsava’ and the winner is entitled for the title ‘Nadakishora’ or ‘Nadakishori’ on the occasion. This year, senior vocalist R.K. Padmanabha…

Guruvandana to Parur Parampara at Nadabrahma
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Guruvandana to Parur Parampara at Nadabrahma

As part of Guruvandana to Parur Parampara, a day-long music programme is arranged on Sunday (Jan. 13)  from 11 am to 8.30 pm at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha’s K. Vasudevacharya Bhavan, in memory of Vid. Prof. Parur Sundaram Iyer, Kalaimamani Vid. Parur M. S. Anantharaman and Padma Bhushana, Violin Vadya Samrat Vid. Parur M. S. Gopalakrishnan,…

Violin concert at Nadabrahma tomorrow
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Violin concert at Nadabrahma tomorrow

Mysuru:   Sri Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha has organised a Violin solo concert tomorrow (Aug.19) at its premises on JLB Road in city at 5.30 pm. The accomplished artiste is multi-faceted Vid. Ravi Harikumar. He will be accompanied by Vid. G.S. Ramanujan on mridanga and Vid. C.A. Raghunandan Rao on ghata. Profile: Hari Ravikumar is a Karnatak…

Two music concerts at Nadabrahma tomorrow
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Two music concerts at Nadabrahma tomorrow

Mysuru: On Sunday, 22nd July, Swarasankula Sangeetha Sabha has organised two music concerts at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha premises on JLB Road. The artiste of the first Hindustani vocal concert at 5.30 pm  is Varchas Srinivas, who started his musical voyage at the young age of six under late Pandit Vireswar Madri in Chennai and later…

Nuanced abhinaya exhibited in Vasudevacharya’s compositions
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Nuanced abhinaya exhibited in Vasudevacharya’s compositions

Many of Mysore Vasudevacharya’s compositions have been popularised by our musicians. Dr. Vasundhara Doreswamy’s performance at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on the evening of 28th May proved that Acharya’s compositions can also be adapted by dancers for Bharathanatyam.     On the occasion of 153rd birth anniversary of Mysore Vasudevacharya, Vasundhara included seven of Acharya’s compositions in…

Sangeeta Kalottunga title conferred on Dr. T.V. Gopalakrishnan
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Sangeeta Kalottunga title conferred on Dr. T.V. Gopalakrishnan

Padma Bhushan Dr. T.V. Gopalakrishnan was conferred Sangeeta Kalottunga title by Kala Sandesha Prathisthana during Kalabhivardhana-2018 at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha in city on  Monday. He is seen with Musicologist Dr. R. Sathyanarayana (seated), Prathisthana President K. Sandesh Bhargav, Vice-Chancellor of Music University Dr. Sarvamangala Shankar, Art Patron K.V. Murthy, Veena Maestro Vid. R.K. Padmanabha, Flautist…

Two-day music-dance fest on Jan. 26, 27
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Two-day music-dance fest on Jan. 26, 27

Mysuru: As part of its tenth anniversary, the city’s Natya Sangeethalaya Research Institute will be hosting a two-day music-dance fest at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on JLB road on Jan. 26 and 27. The event will begin with Vishnu Kandinya presenting a flute concert at 5.30 pm on Jan 26 which will be followed by a…

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