Master C. Chaitanya Kumar is a rising star in the firmament of Indian Classical Music. He received initial guidance from his revered gurus Vidwan Prapancham Balachander and Vidwan L.V. Mukund.
Mr. Natarajan took to singing hymns from the Tirumurai, there were hundreds who continued the tradition of several centuries when Kings patronised and supported the Oduvars. But now their number has dwindled and he is trying to keep the tradition alive by teaching youngsters this dying art.
Rahul Narayanan an Aerospace Engineer with great passion for carnatic music. Disciple of smt T R Balamani with over sixteen years of formal training in carnatic music.
Raghu and Ravi have an instinctive flair for the flute. The kalpanaswaras saw the flautists exchange single avarthana rounds between them, which were marked by refined, trimmed and tapering combinations.
Basically a carnatic vocalist, have performed many classical and hindustani concerts. Have sung more than 650 film songs and more than 6000 devotional songs in all regional languages.
Have worked with great maestro’s like Mellisai Mannar M.S.Vishwanathan
“Chitravina” Parthasarathy Ganesh, world-record setting slide instrumentalist and vocalist, is the grandson of the legendary Gottuvadyam Narayana Iyengar. He stormed into the world of
carnatic music even at the tender age of two and a half, just like his illustrious cousin, Chitravina N Ravikiran.
Mayavaram Sisters, disciples of the Sangeetha Bhushanam (late) Shri. Calcultta K.S. Krishnamurthy, undergone advanced training in classical carnatic music