Carrying on a tradition

Carrying on a tradition

Carrying on a tradition

The festival was inaugurated by senior violinist H K Venkatram who wished success to the participating young artistes.

The musical evening commenced with a splendid classical vocal recital by S Aishwarya, the great grand-daughter of M S Subbulakshmi, seeking the blessings of God.
Aishwarya selected some keertanas and presented them in a melodious voice. The budding Carnatic vocalist was accompanied by Anuthama Murali on violin and Phanindra Bhaskar on mridangam.

Aishwarya, who is just 14, then rendered the composition Vatapi Ganapatim Bhaje... in a magnificent way. She made audiences glued to the chair for more than an hour.
Her shruti, swara, raga and tala were in perfect co-ordination.
Subhadra, a Carnatic music lover who was present at the concert till the end, said she was extremely happy watching the  programme.

 “I liked the performance of Aishwarya. She has the perfect voice for a concert. The girl did complete justice to the compositions. The child prodigy seems to have inherited her singing style from her great grand-mother,” she exclaimed.

The three-day fest saw vocal recitals of Lavanya and Srinidhi Kaushik, violin solo by Apoorva Krishna and a Bharatanatyam presentation by Lakshmi Ramesh, Sruthi Vasudevan,
Priya Radhakrishnan, Shreegowri Bhat and Krithika Radhakrishnan.

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