Gayathri Girish is amongst the leading Carnatic vocalists of today . An exemplary degree of dedication coupled with an intrinsic learning towards Carnatic Music, has propelled vocalist Gayathri to the forefront of the classical music domain.
Megna Murali, is a passionate dancer. When she was 7 years old, she came under the tutelage of a very talented guru Mrs. Radhika Ganesh to learn Bharathanatyam. Under Guru Radhika Ganesh’s guidance, she was able to focus immensely on intricate aspects of the dance, mainly, the bhava.
Srekala Bharath is a unique combination of dancer, choreographer and teacher par excellence. Srekala started dancing at the tender age of seven and danced her way into the hearts of the people with her vibrant style, agile footwork and subtle abhinaya.
B.P.Purshothaman is a most sought after and popular Kanjira artiste. He has accompanied most of the senior as well younger artistes of the present generation. Recently, he was awarded the “Ustad Bismillah Khan Yuva Puraskar” for 2008 by the Sangeet Natak Akademi.
Dr. Ganesh had the good fortune to accompany his Guru Shri. Maharajapuram Santhanam’s Vocal Support. In most of his concerts in India from, August 1987 till June 1992 including the one at Swami Dayananda Matriculation School, Manjakkudy on 23rd June 1992 which happened to be the last concert of the Great Maestro.
Bombay Jayashri Ramnath is an Indian Carnatic music vocalist. Jayashri was born in Kolkata, into a family of music connoisseurs and musicians. She is one of the most sought after contemporary musicians. Jayashri is also a music composer and a teacher, with excellence as an underlying thread in all her activities. Jayashri began her concert career in 1982.
Poongulam Subramaniam, a percussionist much sought after by musicians. Simple and soft-spoken, Subramaniam has pursues his art with diligence. He takes a trip down memory lane. His father Poongulam R. Sabesa Iyer whose gurukula training was under Tiruvarur Kunju Iyer, was an accomplished mridangam player.
Vithisha is a student of Dhwani group under the auspices of Shri Renjith Babu and Shrimathi Vijna Vasudevan.She has been practicing dance as a penance since the age of four and has received awards and accolades for her performances.