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The Hindu in association with The ARTery presents an exclusive Indian classical music fest, featuring the concerts of some of the budding musicians from November 24 to 28, at Rukmini Arangam, Kalakshetra.

The following is the list of programmes:

November 24 : 4.30 p.m .: R. Karthik Narayanan; 6.10 p.m .: Inauguration of the festival; 6 .45 p.m .: Aditya Khandwe (Hindustani vocal).

November 25 : 4.30 p.m .: V. Subashri; 6 p.m .: Talk by R. Vedavalli (Importance of Kalapramanam); 6.45 p.m .:Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath .

November 26 : 4.30 p.m .: Archana and Aarathi; 6 p.m .: Talk by Prof. T.N. Krishnan (The Music of Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar); 6.45 p.m .: K. Bharath Sundar.

November 27 : 4.30 p.m .: Ashwath Narayanan; 6 p.m .: Talk by Chitravina N. Ravikiran (What is 'Rakti-tvam'?); 6.45 p.m .: Ramakrishnan Murthy.

November 28 : 4.30 p.m .: Aishwarya Shankar; 6 p.m .: Talk by Sriram Parasuram (Manodharma in Indian Classical Music); 6.45 p.m .: Priya Purushothaman.

Those outside Chennai can enjoy live video webcast of the festival through and

Entry is free and complimentary passes will be available from tomorrow (November 23), 11.30 a.m. onwards, at The Hindu’s Events Department and Arun Excello Group, Bhattad Towers, #18 West Cott Road, Royapettah.

For more information, call 28575757 or 98410 05752.



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