Sirkazhi Govindarajan was a leading vocalist in Carnatic Music. ‘Isai Arasu’s’ accomplishment at that young age, and the knowledge of music which he judiciously used, helped him carve a comfortable niche for himself in the hearts of both the Elite and the masses.
Hailing from a family of musicians, S. MAHATHI is a child prodigy. She began tosing in various Devotional albums and sang for some Malayalam movies. She introduced herself in a Tamil film, music composed by the great Isai Gnani Illayaraja with a solo song “Enna Maranthalum” in the movie “Kaadhal Jaathi”.
Dr. Tmt. Ezhilarasi Jothimani is a Veena artiste. She started her Veena classes again after completing her medicine in Madras Medical College. Under the guidance of Guru Tmt. Vasantha Krishnamoorthy in a very short time she had her Arangetram on April 4th 2010 at Music Academy.
G.Shruthi Lekha, passionate and highly talented Bharatanatyam dancer has been trained under the eminent Guru Kalaimamani Smt Urmila Sathyanarayanan for the past thirteen years. Her innate abilities coupled with hard work has made her a very promising dancer.
Sivakumar is an excellent mridangam accompanist. Sri Sivakumar hails from a family of famous musicians. He is the son of Gana Saraswathi Smt. D. K. Pattammal and son-in-law of mridangam maestro Palghat Sri Mani Iyer.
K.P.Nandhini being a top class performer she has been performing as a soloist and accompanist in prestigious sabhas since 2003. She has performed in several sabhas and performed in countries like Singapore and Malaysia. Nandini, who is also a well known violinist, has a unique timbre, despite her pitch at four and a half.
K. S. Gopalakrishnan is one of the most renowned & respected Carnatic flautists from Kerala. His musical talents were noticed right from the age of 9. Nurtured & shaped by his illustrious father Sri. K. Shankaranarayana Iyer & later by Sri K. Raghava Varier of Thiruvanthapuram,
Adambakkam Shankar is a disciple of M. Rajappa Iyer. He is a graded ghatam artist of All India Radio and television.
Hailing from a family of musicians and an ancestral lineage of the principal; disciple of saint Thyagaraja, Revathy Krishna picked up the veena at thetender age of 11.
Shruthi S Bhat has won ‘Bharat Ratna Smt. M.S.Subbulakshmi National Award’ for outstanding young vocalist in carnatic music in 2015 awarded by ‘Bhramara Trust’ Mysore in association with Sri Krishna Gana Sabha, Chennai.