Emerging Masters Series: Vignesh Ishwar
Rasikas NZ and Sangeetha Bharathi present
CONCESSION Seniors 65+, Students with ID & Children
Saturday, 07 September 5:30pm
|Running time:||3 hours 30 mins|
Carnatic Music is the most ancient classical music of India commonly associated with the Southern part of India.
Rasikas NZ is pleased to work with Sangeetha Bharathi as our partner for this Emerging Masters Series.
Vignesh Ishwar is one of the leading young musicians of Carnatic music. Endowed with a sonorous voice and unforgettable presence on stage, his music is fresh, energetic and impactful. Hailing from Mumbai, Vignesh trained from a young age under the tutelage of Palakkad Shri T S Anantharama Bhagawathar. His music is steeped in strong foundation. Since 2008, he has been receiving training from Shri T M Krishna.
L.Ramakrishnan hails from a musical family and was initiated into Carnatic Violin under the guidance of Smt. Visalam Vageeshwar at the Shanmukhananda Vidyalaya, Mumbai. He then came under the wings of the distinguished violin maestro ‘Padma Shri Awardee’ Sangeetha Kalanidhi Kum. A. Kanyakumari and is one of her senior-most disciples today. He was fortunate to learn under the great master Sangeetha Kalanidhi Sri. T.K. Govinda Rao and Smt. T.R. Balamani (Mumbai).
Praveen Sparsh started learning the art of Mridangam playing at the age of 5 from Mridangam Maestro Guruvayur Sri Dorai. He is the grandson of Mridangam exponent Tanjore Sri Upendran and great grandson of Tavil exponent Valangaiman Sri Shanmugasundaram Pillai. Praveen is one of the most sought after Mridangam exponents in the field of Carnatic music and performs regularly with stalwarts.