Ghatam artiste Madipakkam Murali has mastered the unique double-hand fingering technique of the instrument and would like to propagate this bani among his young disciples/students.
When most little girls at the age of 7 would be clutching a doll in their hands,little Nagamani was clutching a mandolin, using her tender fingers to learn the intricacies of this stringed instrument. Nagamani, a child prodigy, who is in her early twenties,ranks on par with many carnatic Music Exponents much senior to her in years.
Natesan Ramani commonly known as N. Ramani, born 15 October, 1934 is an Indian Carnatic flautist. N. Ramani was born in Tiruvarur in Tamil Nadu. Aside from the influence of his place of birth, Ramani was born into a musical family. Ramani’s grandfather, Sri Aazhiyur Narayanaswami Iyer, was his first guru and was a well known flute artist and singer himself. Aware of young Ramani’s keen interest in the Carnatic flute, Ramani’s initiation to Carnatic music began at the age of five.
Ronu Majumdar India’s Ace Flautist , needs no introduction to music lovers all over the globe. By virtue of his phenomenal talent, he and the Bansuri are literally synonymous. If the flute is likened to a temple, Pt. Ronu Majumdar would be its foremost worshipper.
Hailing from a legendary family of musicians attached to the Royalty of former Cochin State, G. Ramanathan is the 5th generation musician. Ramanathan had his early training in Vocal, Violin, Mridangam and Ganjira from his father, the living legend of Indian music Prof. T.V.Gopalakrishnan, popularly known as TVG.
Sikkil Kunjumani, the elder of the sisters, was born on June 15, 1930 and Sikkil Neela, the younger was born on September 6, 1940. Together they are more famously known as the Sikkil Sisters.
In this Indian name, the name Narasimhan is a patronymic, not a family name, and the person should be referred to by the given name, Ravikiran. Narasimhan Ravikiran (born 12 February
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.
Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam (born on 23 July 1947) is an acclaimed Indian violinist, composer and conductor, trained in the classical Carnatic music tradition and Western classical music, and renowned for his virtuoso playing techniques and compositions in orchestral fusion.
K. Sathyanarayanan is a musician who performs Carnatic music concerts on the keyboard. Sathyanarayanan, at the age of 10, was among the youngest to have passed the Grade 8 keyboard examinations conducted by Trinity College, London.