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Veena Dhanammal’s soulful music

Read the full report in The Hindu (13 December 2018) >> Vainika K. G. Vijayakrishnan’s determination to get the younger generation interested in Veena Dhanammal’s soulful music resulted in a documentary on the legend. The documentary, conceptualised by Vijayakrishnan and

Sannidi’s 8th Annual Festival 21st – 24th December 2018

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“What Ragam Are You?” Absorbing the essence of ragas with a personal touch, literally! – YouTube

Nagasvaram (nadaswaram): The “auspicious” wind instrument without which no festive occasion is ever complete

Aparna Karthikeyan, The Hindu, April 11, 2015 | To read the full story and view more photographs, click here >>  It takes many days to make a block of wood sing. And it takes exceptionally talented craftsmen to do it. The four

Sreevidhya & N Chandramouli – vina duo and violin

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Weighty rendition by new generation of Karaikudi vina tradition

Kapila & Sushruta, sons and disciples of Sreevidhya Chandramouli, perform “Sarasiruhasana” (Nata raga, Adi tala); a kriti composed by Puliyur Doresvami. Recorded on the occasion of Dhvani’s Carnatic Composers’ Day 2012 More video contents by Dhvani >>

Documentary on S.Rajam singer, scholar, teacher and painter – YouTube video

S.Rajam is a multifaceted genius with creative talents in a variety of fields such as music, musicology, classical painting and acting. In the field of music, S. Rajam is an unparalleled authority on Vivadi ragas and has done much to

AT HOME with Master Musicians of Madras by Amy Catlin-Jairazbhoy

Madras is one of the most musical cities in the world, where thousands of concerts of South Indian classical music every year. Most Madras musicians begin their training in the nurturing environment of the home. In this series, several top

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