Vijayalakshmy Subramaniam is an eminent Carnatic music vocalist. Vijayalakshmy Subramaniam started her training in Carnatic Music at the age of five under K. Padmanabhan, a disciple of Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavathar from the Swati Tirunal Academy, Trivandrum.
Prema Rangarajan has just completed recording Adi Sankara’s ‘Chatussashti Upachara Puja’ for the Narayani (golden) temple at Sripuram. The opportunity had come to Carnatic musician Prema Rangarajan because of her skill in singing Sanskrit devotional verses, of which she had already done 14 recordings
Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi is the daughter and disciple of the great maestro Padma Bhushan Shri Lalgudi Jayaraman. The fifth generation in the Lalgudi dynasty, Vijayalakshmi grew up in an atmosphere of reverberating rich music early signs of her musical inclination was apparent.
Pooja has been learning Bharathanatyam from the age of 6. Primarily she was tutored by Smt. Vidya Bhavani Suresh and has been with Neeraja Krishna’s Thaandavam for the past 7 years. Pooja has been a lead dancer in the various thematic presentations of Thaandavam where she is also an assistant teacher.
G.Shruthilekha Bharatanatyam Dancer Disciple of Smt Urmila Sathyanarayanan She has been trained under the tutleage of her guru Kalaimamani Smt Urmila Sathyanarayanan for the past seven years.
Accomplished veena and vocal artist GEETHA RAMANATHAN BENNETT is dedicated to continuing the tradition of her guru and father Sangeetha Kalanidhi DR. S. RAMANATHAN. Geetha has performed extensively in India, the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, and Singapore. She was the first veena player to perform in Hong Kong and has appeared in many prestigious venues and series.
As a kid, Karthick had fascination and obsession towards the humble pot instrument, which brought the great fortune. With the tutelage of Gurus of this caliber, a firm foundation was laid for an illustrious music career.
Kumari. Subhadra Marimuthu (D/O Mr. R. Marimuthu & Mrs. Vasumathi Marimuthu), a Lawyer by profession, is a Bharatnatyam artist who has been learning the art from the age of 5 under the able guidance of her guru Smt. Kausalya Srinivasan.
T. N. Seshagopalan was born in Nagapattinam(born, September 5, 1948), Tamil Nadu. Madurai Thirumalai Nambi Seshagopalan is a noted Carnatic musician and composer. He is also a very good Veena player.He can also play carnatic music on the Keyboard.
With symbols representing Kathakali and the warriors of the region arranged suggestively in a far corner of Rukmini Arangam, (curiously, it resembled Krishna seated on an elephant), ‘Nalacharitham’ unfolded in its dramatic glory.