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Carnatic Evening

Fri, 17 Feb 2017
7:00PM
2017-02-18:12-00
01:00:00
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    Veena Vidhushi Geetha Navale is a very spontaneous veena player and able to touch the listener’s heart with her music. Her playing has gladdened the hearts of the devout in many a small temple in Malleswaram while leaving audiences dizzy in ‘over the edge’ jazz clubs in Manhattan. Her unique sound comes from a deep study of the traditions and idioms of carnatic music. She has had the privilege of learning the ancient art of playing the veena from the renowned Gurus Sri J.Anjaneyulu the Vice Principal of Hyderabad music college and the legendary Sri R.K.Suryanarayan. It was her marriage to songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gopal Navale that broadened her vision. Gopal Navale who likes to profess that he is from the ‘Grateful Dead’ Gharana is now a keen student of South Indian Classical Carnatic music learning to sing varnams and kritis as well as play them on the flute and mandolin with elements of harmony. His exposure to both contemporary and classical music enables him to have insights which form bridges across traditions. They are supported by Laya Vadya Kalabhushana Thavil Chakravarthy Rajkumar who sets a tremendous groove. Rajkumar was recently honoured with the title of Karnataka Dhol Chakravarthy and is also the Kanchi Kamakoti Asthana Vidwan. He is a disciple of S. Govindswamy of Mysore.

    The second beautiful lady for the evening is virtuoso Carnatic vocalist, Mythili Anantharaman who underwent training in this form under prominent Gurus and has been performing in music sabhas and temples since the age of 9 years in India and overseas. She has also lent vocal support to prominent Bharathanatyam dancers for their performances. Her knowledge of theory backed by years of rigorous practice makes her the perfect medium to convey the emotions and discipline of this musical culture. Currently, Mythili is also pursuing Western Classical Music singing at the Bangalore School of Music. She will be accompanied by Vidhwan T.S. Krishnamurthy on the violin and Carnatic Music Percussionist Vidwan G S Nagaraj.

    #ewmd2017 #bangaloreschoolofmusic #bsm30years

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Veena Vidhushi Geetha Navale is a very spontaneous veena player and able to touch the listener’s heart with her music. Her playing has gladdened the hearts of the devout in many a small temple in Malleswaram while leaving audiences dizzy in ‘over the edge’ jazz clubs in Manhattan. Her unique sound comes from a deep study of the traditions and idioms of carnatic music. She has had the privilege of learning the ancient art of playing the veena from the renowned Gurus Sri J.Anjaneyulu the Vice Principal of Hyderabad music college and the legendary Sri R.K.Suryanarayan. It was her marriage to songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gopal Navale that broadened her vision. Gopal Navale who likes to profess that he is from the ‘Grateful Dead’ Gharana is now a keen student of South Indian Classical Carnatic music learning to sing varnams and kritis as well as play them on the flute and mandolin with elements of harmony. His exposure to both contemporary and classical music enables him to have insights which form bridges across traditions. They are supported by Laya Vadya Kalabhushana Thavil Chakravarthy Rajkumar who sets a tremendous groove. Rajkumar was recently honoured with the title of Karnataka Dhol Chakravarthy and is also the Kanchi Kamakoti Asthana Vidwan. He is a disciple of S. Govindswamy of Mysore.

The second beautiful lady for the evening is virtuoso Carnatic vocalist, Mythili Anantharaman who underwent training in this form under prominent Gurus and has been performing in music sabhas and temples since the age of 9 years in India and overseas. She has also lent vocal support to prominent Bharathanatyam dancers for their performances. Her knowledge of theory backed by years of rigorous practice makes her the perfect medium to convey the emotions and discipline of this musical culture. Currently, Mythili is also pursuing Western Classical Music singing at the Bangalore School of Music. She will be accompanied by Vidhwan T.S. Krishnamurthy on the violin and Carnatic Music Percussionist Vidwan G S Nagaraj.

#ewmd2017 #bangaloreschoolofmusic #bsm30years

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Carnatic Evening
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Fri, 17 Feb 2017
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Simply Horrible. - Will not recommend even to my enemy. Bad - Not worth my time So-So. Good-some, bad-some. Amusing. Definitely worth attending. Wow, what an experience!
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