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.

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Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath on 19th May 2019

19.05.19 04.15 pm
The Indian Heritage Academy Hall - 6th Block, Koramangala,BangaloreMap

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A wholesome treat by Aishwarya and Party

The warm evening of 19th May 2019, experienced a musical treat from Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath accompanied by Mathur Srinidhi, Tumkur Ravishankar adn Vyasa Vittala.

Aishwarya constructed the grand musical edifice with the three masterpieces by the Trinity, as the solid pillars. Shyama Sastri's moving song, Ninnu vinaa mari dikkevarunnaru in Purvikalyani, Muthuswami Dikshitar's melodious delight, Amba NeeLayadaakshi in Neelambari and inimitable Thyagaraja's grand piece Upacharamulanu (Adi talam) with neraval and swaram at Kapata naataka sutradhari. Each one was a gem, presented elaborately with an  effortless ease, to perfection. A grand selection indded. The entrance to the edifice was an arresting Saveri varnam to start with followed by a Ganesha sthuthi. Overall embellishments included a fairly detailed Ee Vasudha, Sahana kriti in the beginning and a few lovely tail pieces which included a devarnama, Ranjani ragamalika and the ever green Eppo Varuvaro by Gopalakrishna Bharati in Tamil. Not to miss out, she completed with a thillana to round up a brilliant wholesome performance.

The concert was very well received by the highly knowledgeable audience who stayed till the very end. Mathur Srinidhi has grown into a highly accomplished artist providing understanding support to the main artist and also excelling when his turn for independent performance comes up. Seasoned percussionists Tumkur Ravishankar and Vyasa Vittala greatly enhanced the concert experience both in their accompaniment and thani aavarthanam.

It was an absolutely satisfactory and satisfying concert.



cordially invites you to the grand carnatic music concert on

 Sunday, 19th May 2019 at 4.15 PM

Venue:  The Indian Heritage Academy Hall,

Near Police Station,  6th Block,

Koramangala, Bangalore. 560 095.

Endowment Concert in memory of Smt. Alamelu Sreenivasan


Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath -Vocal

Mathur Srinidhi                     -Violin

Tumkur B Ravishankar         - Mridangam

Vyasa Vittala                          - Khanjira


Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath is a bright rising star of Carnatic music. Aishwarya is giving noteworthy concerts all over India and abroad, including the prestigious Cleveland Aradhana and the tour of USA and Canada in 2018 with CMANA . She has won several awards including prizes from The Madras Music Academy for the Best Concert. The latest is the prestigious “Outstanding Lady Vocalist” Award conferred on January 1st, 2019 by Madras Music Academy for her performance at the December Festival 2018. She is an A Grade artist of AIR and Doordarshan. Aishwarya’s talent as an all-round artist encompasses painting in different media and photography as well.


Mathur Srinidhi is a popular and busy violinist. He is noted for the purity of notes, excellent violin following of the main artist and admirable manodharma. He has been accompanying several leading artists of carnatic music for over a decade.  Tumkur Ravishankar is a much sought after mridangam artist who has vast concert experience. He is known for giving the right support to the main artist to embellish the music and enhance the overall concert experience of the rasika. Vyasa Vittala is a very senior Khanjira artist who has made a unique name for himself in this field. He has trained several young aspiring students in Khanjira through the exclusive school he has founded for the purpose.


Entry is free for all Nadasurabhi Programmes.

Donations to Nadasurabhi are entitled for exemption under Section 80G of I.T.Act.