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The Indian Music Confluence – A Grand Performance of Carnatic Veena and Hindustani Flute

Vidushi Saraswati Rajagopalan is set to perform on Carnatic veena followed by Pandit Kailash Sharma on the Hindustani flute on Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. (19:00) in New Delhi.

Saraswati Rajagopalan
Kailash Sharma

They are accompanied by:  Manohar Balatchandirane on mridangam; Shambunath Bhattacharjee on tabla; and Varun Rajasekharan on ghatam.

Venue: Amaltas
Indian Habitat Centre – Lodhi Road
New Delhi 110003

All are cordially invited
RSVP: +91 9818300445

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Welcome to the Grand two Day Indian Music Festival in Delhi

Sunaad present their annual Delhi Springtime Indian Music Festival for this year with a select mix of the instrumental and vocal concerts.

Sunday: 8th April 2018 at ‘’Sri Sathya Sai International Centre’’
(Bhisma Pitamah Marg. near Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110003)
Evening: 4:45 p.m.

Carnatic Music Violin Duet:

Vidwan Lalgudi G.R. Krishnan & Vidushi Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi

Vidwan Lalgudi G.R. Krishnan & Vidushi Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi

Shri V.V. Ramana Murthy – Mridangam
Alathur Shri Rajaganesh – Khanjira.

Evening: 07:00 PM.

Carnatic Music Vocal Duet – Priya Sisters

Priya Sisters: Vidushi Shanmukha Priya & Vidushi Hari Priya

Vidushi Shanmukha Priya & Vidushi Hari Priya

Shri V.V. Srinivasa Rao – Violin
Neyveli Shri Skandasubramaniyam – Mridangam
Madipakkam Shri A. Murali – Ghatam

Tuesday: 17th April 2018 at ‘’India Habitat Centre’’
(Amaltas, Lodi Road, New Delhi – 110003)
Evening: 06:45 pm

Saraswati Rajagopalan

Carnatic Music Veena Recital by Vidushi Saraswati Rajagopalan
Shri Manohar Balatchandirane – Mridangam

Evening: 08:00 pm

Hindustani Dhrupad Recital:

Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar

Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar
Shri Mohan Shyam Sharma – Phakawaj

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The Festival of Indian Classical Music @ Sunad

 

If Spring Season cometh to Delhi can the The Festival of Indian Classical Music @ Sunad be far behind.

This year’s Musical Festival is indeed a kaleidoscopic pattern, integrating various subtle genres of the Indian Classical Music. It starts with a Hindustani Instrumental rendering by veteran Suvir Misra on the rudhra veena. Suvir Misra is an Indian musician – vocalist, musicologist, and is an expert in the rudhra veena. He is accompanied by Pandit Mohan Shyam Sharma who is one of the leading pakhawaj players of India.

 

Suvir Misra

 

This is immediately followed by a grand Carnatic music Vocal concert by Sandeep Narayan (who has relocated to India from Los Angeles purely for his passion for music) accompanied on the violin by Delhi P. Sunder Rajan and on the mridangam by Delhi M.V. Chander Shekar. So much for the morning session menu for the 18th Mar. Saturday.

Sunday the 19th evening features another Double delight. It starts with a Carnatic music vocal duet by young Kumari Archana and Kumari Samanvi. They are accompanied on the violin by Delhi R. Sridhar and on the mridangam by Vinod Shyam.

 

Saraswati Rajagopalan

 

This is followed by the unique Samvad which is a musical fusion based on the harmonious exchange of musical expressions and rhythms. This is featured by the versatile Veena Vidushi Saraswati Rajagopalan on the veena; Ajay Prasanna on flute; Anil Chawla on keyboard; Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma on mridangam; Vinod Shyam on tabla; and S. Pranav Dath on rhythm pad.

Saraswati Rajagopalan has the distinction of having featured on all the Sunad events in various formats as Solo, Jugalbandhi, Orchestra/Fusion music and now the Samvad. This is supported and sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of India. All are Welcome.

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