Soaring creativity , a robust style and an intensely potent voice are among the characteristics that make Ramani one of the most established performing vocalists of our times .Steeped in the best of the classical , semi classical and devotional music rendition , he has held his own place in the field of music for well over three decades .He is a musician who has achieved an envious balance between two seemingly paradoxical elements – a musical style that is classical in content and an unconventional mode of execution.
Begum Parveen Sultana (born 1950) is an Assamese Hindustani classical singer of the Patiala Gharana. She is among the foremost classical vocalists in India and is known as Queen of Classical Vocal.
Chhannulal Mishra is an Indian classical singer who excels in Hindustani classical music especially Khayal and Purab Ang Thumri. He was born on 3rd August 1936 in Hariharpur at Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. His grandfather Gudai Maharaj was a tabla player. He has two brothers, Viswanath Mishra, the tabla player and Shivji Mishra, Kathak dancer.
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”.
Saindavi is one of the upcoming artists in the field of Carnatic Music (Indian classical music-south Indian style) as well as FILM MUSIC today. As a playback singer has sung songs in Tamil films, serials and albums.
Saashwathi belongs to a family which has its roots deep in Indian arts. Her grandfather is the renowned personality Late Sri. R. Yagnaraman, who was the legendary Genaral Secretary of Sri Krishna Gana Sabha for over the last 50 years, and is the daughter of Mr. Y. Prabhu, Current General Secretary of Krishna Gana Sabha.
Nithyasree Mahadevan, also referred to as S. Nithyashri Mahadevan is an eminent Indian classical musician and playback singer for film songs in many Indian languages. Her amazing voice, coupled with her style and vast repertoire, impresses audiences all over the world. Performed for the “Sangeeth Natak Academy” twice in their International Music Festivals in Bombay and Hyderabad.
Shoba Chandrasekar,Coming from a musical background, it was no surprise that she had a great liking for music since childhood. She started her tutelage in classical music at the age of 10. Shobha – attracted by the majestic style of Shri Maharajapuram Santhanam.
Madurai Shanmukhavadivu Subbulakshmi (16 September 1916 – 11 December 2004) was an Indian Carnatic singer from Madurai, Tamil Nadu. She was the first musician ever to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour.
Aruna Sairam is the most sought after vocalist of Carnatic Music today. During the December 2004 Chennai Music festival, Aruna’s concerts were sell-outs drawing unprecedented numbers of audiences. In the past few years Aruna’s concerts in various cities, – be it Narada Gana Sabha in Chennai or Le Theatre de la Ville in Paris – have attracted record crowds that created “traffic jams around the auditorium”.