Pandit Debashish Bhattacharya evolves into a global inspiration in the arena of contemporary musical uprising. The musical journey is a counterpart to what remains a fond reminiscence of a child’s fancy with a Hawaiian lap guitar at the age of four.
Dwaram Venkataswamy Naidu was one of the most important carnatic music violinists of the 20th century. Naidu was partially blind. He played at the National Physical Laboratory auditorium, New Delhi in 1952, to raise funds for the Blind Relief Association.
Mannargudi Easwaran was born on April 1, 1947. He is a leading contemporary mridangam player and Carnatic musician. Easwaran has played the Mridangam alongside many notable carnatic musicians.
T. K. Murthy is an Indian mridangam player. He was born on 13 August 1924 to Thanu Bhagavathar and Annapoorani. At the age of eight, he was guided to Tanjore Vaidyanatha Iyer. Vaidyanatha Iyer, took Murthy to Tanjore, where Palghat Mani Iyer and Thambuswami, brother of T. M. Thiagarajan, were also undergoing training.
K. Sekar is a thavil artist who not only plays for nagaswaram wedding concerts but also accompanies Carnatic instrumental concerts and performs in fusion. He is a great player. He is located in Triplicane area of Chennai.
Delhi P. Sunder Rajan is a violinist-vocalist of India performing South Indian Classical (carnatic) Music. He is known for his improvisations and style of playing. Coming from the lineage of the legendary flute maestro Sarabha Sastri, Sunder was born to Parasuraman and Valambal of Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, India, on July 31, 1969.
Sheik Chinna Moulana popularly known as Sheik was a legendary Nadhaswaram Player in the Carnatic tradition. He achieved high position through his outstanding control over the instrument, rendering the Krities in the Gayaki style and for his extraordinary style of Raga Alapana.
Dr M. Lalitha and M. Nandini have been widely acclaimed as outstanding South Indian classical violinists of the present generation. Lalitha and Nandini have enthralled the audiences
with their spell binding music Dr. M. Lalitha and M. Nandini hail from the Sishya Parampara.
Haridwaramangalam A. K. Palanivel born on 10 April, 1948, Tamil Nadu, India. He is an artist of the Indian drum thavil. A. K. Palanivel first learnt thavil drumming under the tutelage of his father S. Kumaravel. From 1959 onwards, he was given extensive training from T.G. Muthukumara Swamy Pillai. He has performed widely in India and abroad accompanying senior artists and participating in ensembles of instrumental music and also dance.
Karaikudi Mani was born as Ganapathy Subramanyam on September 11, 1945 in Karaikudi is an Indian percussionist, primarily adept in the mridangam. He is the son of Late Sri.T. Ramanatha Iyer and Smt. Pattammal.