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Thumbs up, Deepika!

The young vocalist paid a marvellous tribute to some old masters. »

Classicist to the core

She was sensational, both on stage and cinema. Kamala looks back. »

Melody-laced meeting

It was the meeting of North and South in terms of the music and, that of East and West as regards the instruments. Curiosity was writ lar...»

Their strings sang!

Brahmanandam! How else can one describe the violin duet of Lalgudi Srimathi Brahmanandam and her daughter Anuradha Sridhar? The melodiou...»

Eloquent Kharaharapriya heralds fresh talent

Vignesh Ishwar’s line-up comprised kritis mostly by Tyagaraja. »

'Real object should be liberation through music'

In this free-wheeling conversation, flute wizard Mali shares his views on a wide range of subjects. »

In tranquil zone

Papanasam Ashok Ramani's line-up had kritis mostly of Papanasam Sivan and Tyagaraja. Saketharaman's Ranjani RTP was a veritable treat for th »

Siblings enthrall a full house

The Hamsanandi alapana by Uma was extensive while Radhika’s alapana for Charukesi was apt. »

Command over sruti and laya

Saketharaman's Ranjani RTP was a veritable treat for the rasikas and connoisseur's delight. »

For the soul and spirit

Spontaneity and sweetness marked Shantala’s flute recital. »

Magnificent Begada

Mazhavarayanendal, better known as Mazhavai is a village on the western banks of River Vaigai in Ramanathapuram District. Chidambara Bha...»

Saralaya Sisters on a classical trip

A captivating Kalyani and a soft-sailing Sahana still linger on. Saralaya Sisters Kavitha and Triveni presented these charming ragas wit...»

The Mani Iyer legacy

The doyen’s spirit was perceptible throughout the concert. »


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