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.
Vidushi Amritha Murali is a highly accomplished young artist from Chennai. She is equally proficient in vocal music as well as violin. She is a student of Sri.P.S.Narayanaswamy for vocal music and Smt. T.Rukmini for violin. Amritha is known for her leisurely and chaste presentation of carnatic music which is a feast to the ears not only for the connoisseurs of music but also to any rasika looking for “Soukya Sangeetham”. Amritha sings in the coveted Senior Slot at the
A Grand Day Youth Festival 14th, 15th and 16th February 2014.
The three day Youth Festival of Nadasurabhi, Koramangala, Bangalore was a resounding success.
The festival highlighted the talents of children and youngsters in Indian Classical Music and dance.
Day 1 - 14.2.2014
Group singing by students of Vidushi Chitra Srikanth. The chosen theme was manifestations of Shiva by various composers. The children were well trained and did good justice to the compositions they sang .
The second performance was by Vidwan Vinay Sharva, a disciple of Bangalore Shankar and Sri.Nedunuri Krishnamurthy. He has a good voice which he uses to his advantage especially while singing manodharma sangeetham. He started with viribhoni varnam in bhairavi, singing in two kalams. With a brief but nuance filled alapana of Mohanakalyani he sang Muthiah Bagavathar's invocation Sindhu Vinayakam. Next was Dikshithar's Panchashathpeeta roopini in devagandharam( also known as Karnataka devagandhari, bimplas).
Next was detailed alapana of Subapanthuvarali which was melodious and brought out the entire gamut of the raga. Song chosen was Sri Sathyanarayanam of Dikshithar's. Good niraval and kalpanaswaras followed showing his mastery over the layam.
Entry is free for all Nadasurabhi Programmes.
Donations to Nadasurabhi are entitled for exemption under Section 80G of I.T.Act.