Day: September 23, 2020

Madhu Iyer

Madhu Iyer

Madhu Iyer splashed across the front pages of magazines, featured on television, recipient of several awards (including the Trinity topper from Trinity school of Music, London ) and prizes and with over 1000 stage performances to her credit, she has proved to be a child prodigy.

Padma Shankar

Padma Shankar

Padma Shankar started her training in music at a tender age from her vainika mother, Mrs Lakshmi Narayanan. Padma’s initial training in violin was from (late) Shri. Ramakrishna Sarma of Mumbai. Now, she has the good fortune of being under the tutelage of the great violin maestro, Lalgudi G. Jayaraman

Gayathri Venkataraghavan

Gayathri Venkataraghavan

Quoted by a leading critic, Isai Peroli “Smt. Gayathri Venkataraghavan’s music is emotion coupled with musical wisdom-her music is always strive to understand and communicate the importance of melody and bhava, the two important aspects of our classical music.

Meenakshi Ragavan

Meenakshi Ragavan

Abinaya kalaimani S.R. meenakshi Raghavan is a devoted exponent of bharathanatyam. She has devoted her life to the divine Bharathanatyam for the past several years.She has enthralled the audience in several city sabhas by her masterly exposition of Jathis.

Vinaya

Vinaya

Vinaya having been gifted with a divine voice and the art of singing. She excels in Carnatic classical as well as Film Music. Performed bharatanatyam at SAF-games. Her very first program on stage was with Shri Haridasgiri Swamigal (at the age of 13) after which she performed in various temples and sabhas.

Madurai R.Muralidharan

Madurai R.Muralidharan

Muralidharan has composed Varnams, Thillanas and Alarippus in all the 35 Talas which is very rare and complicated to handle with a touch of novelty. Mr. Muralidharan, ushering a new era in composing ‘varnams’ for the Bharathanatyam repertoire with new themes and in a slightly different format encompassing varied rhythmic cycles with matching lyrics.