A treat from the disciples

Classical Feast

A treat from the disciples

Bharatiya Saamagaana Sabha is presenting its 4th annual music festival — Guru Shishya Parampara from February 13 to 17 at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall. The programme, featuring young disciples of maestros of classical music, will unravel the intricacies of classical heritage in their inimitable style.

On February 13, master Bhaskar Nath will present a shehnai recital at 6 pm.

A flute recital by Master Akash will be held at 6 pm and Sikkil Gurucharan will present a Carnatic vocal recital at 7.30 pm.

On February 14, Prasanna Gudi will present a Hindustani vocal recital at 5 pm while Sreeranjini Santanagopalan will render a vocal recital at 6 pm.

On the same day, Carnatic vocalist T N S Krishnan will perform at 7.30 pm.

February 15 will see Maharajapuram Ganesh Viswanathan Srinivasan perform at 5 pm, Carnatic vocalist Ramakrishnan Murthy will perform at 6 pm while Nisha Rajagopal, a Carnatic vocalist, will present a concert at 7.30 pm. On February 16, Carnatic violinist master Vittal Rangan will delight the audience at 5 pm.

Tanmayee Krishnamurthy will perform at 6 pm and Sakethraman will render a concert at 7.30 pm. February 17 will have Saint Thyagaraja Pancharathna Krithis Veena Ensemble led by Balakrishna Doreswamy Iyengar perform at 10 am.

Vocals by the Kasaravalli sisters will start from 11.30 am. Pandit Jasraj will be presented ‘Saamagaana Mathanga National Award’ at 5 pm. Master Omkar Havaldar will present a Hindustani classical recital at 6 pm and Carnatic vocalist Abhishek Raghuram will perform at 7.30 pm. For details, call 26613477.

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