Nadasurabhi Cultural Association located in Koramangala, Bangalore is in the forefront of promoting Classical Carnatic Music. Nadasurabhi conducts the highest quality music concerts every month and a week-long Annual Festival in November, free of charge to all rasikas. Our other events include a youth festival, Thyagaraja and Purandaradasa Aradhana, and music competitions for children.
Akkarai Sisters were
initiated into violin and later vocal music, from a very early age by their first
guru and father Sri. Swamynathan. They have received advanced training in music
from senior artists like Sri. P.S.Narayanaswami and Chiraveena Sri. N.Ravikiran.
They have been accompanying many well known artists on violin. Also they have
given a number of concerts together on violin as well as vocal music. They have
widely travelled all over the world on concert tours besides performing in many
prestigious sabhas in India. Notable awards and prizes received by them either
individually or together, include Rajiv Gandhi Yuva Puraskar ............
Palghat Dr.R.Ramprasad presents an impressive concert on 19th April 2015.
Palghat Ramprasad started his concert brilliantly with two speed Bhairavi Ata taala varnam. A soulful Purandaradasa kriti followed which included a detailed swara prasthara.He demonstrated in the bginning itself that his strength lies in swara rendition, which he harnessed throughout the concert to the delight of the rasikas.
An elaborate rendition of Begada ragam with the lovely Lokavana chatura with neraval and swaram was captivating. Interestingly he asked the percussionists to present the thani at this stage, which gave the idea that an RTP is on the anvil. The intricate swara patterns for begada, enthused the Prof. Krishna on mridangam and Sri. Gururaj on morsing to present a lively thani avarthanam.
RTP in the ragam Thodi which gives scope for multi dimensional expansion was a pleasure to listen to. Sri.T.S.Krishnamurthy gave superb following, especially given the complex tisra jathi triputa taalam in khanda nadai that was chosen to fit the pallavi line.
Just the four songs including RTP that were rendered till then took .........
Nadasurabhi takes Carnatic Music to schools.
Music Appreciation Lecture- Demonstration- Workshop.
On 18th February 2015 at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Koramangala, Bangalore
At the B-Mona High School , Koramangala, Bangalore on 28th February 2015
Entry is free for all Nadasurabhi Programmes.
Donations to Nadasurabhi are entitled for exemption under Section 80G of I.T.Act.