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.
Sri.O.S.Thyagarajan is a well known senior Carnatic vocalist. He had his earliest training in music under Tiger Varadachariar and Tanjore Ponniah Pillai. He is also a disciple of illustrious stalwarts like Sangeetha Booshanam O.V.Subramanian, Padmabushan Lalgudi C. Jayaraman and Sangeetha Kala Nidhi T.M. Thyagarajan. An ‘A’ grade artist of the All India Radio and of Doordarshan, he has been giving a large number of concerts all over India and several countries abroad. He is a recipient of ................
For the first time in the history of Carnatic Music ten of the major carnatic music organisations/ Sabhas have come together and formed the Karnataka Fine Arts Council. Nadasurabhi is a proud member of this joint effort. The main objective of this new organisation is to serve the Carnatic Music and other fine arts communities in a coordinated way such that the musical firmament of Bangalore gets further strengthened.
The first event being conducted is a weeklong Youth Festival from the 18th to the 25th May 2014 during which people there will be 14 concerts performed by young artists. The best artists will also be presented with an award.
A chaste and enjoyable concert of Kumari Amritha Murali
Young and popular artist from Chennai Kumari Amritha Murali presented a highly enjoyable concert at Nadasurabhi on 16th March 2014. After taking care to ensure perfect sruti on tambura, Amritha commenced her recital with a slokam in Nattai followed by the Thyagaraja kriti Janaki ramana in Suddha seemantini. A few round of swarams highlighted the beauty of the raga. As a seasoned musician, the artist plunged into Harikambodhi kriti of Thiagaraja Endukku Nirdhaya including neraval and swarams at Dharalo nivai. Audience started warming up to the steadily deepening exploration of the charms of carnatic music. Another heavy ragam Poorvikalyani followed and the kriti chosen was an inimitable Shyama Sastri number Ninnu vinaaga mari. Yet another beautiful neraval was delectable. A crisp Brova bharama of Thyagaraja in Bahudari .........
Entry is free for all Nadasurabhi Programmes.
Donations to Nadasurabhi are entitled for exemption under Section 80G of I.T.Act.