Classic Choral: Indian National Orchestra

The Indian National Orchestra brings new Indian classical sounds to Coimbatore on November 8 and Chennai on November 16

October 25, 2014 04:27 pm | Updated November 22, 2021 06:53 pm IST

Indian National Orchestra (INO) is a syndicate formed by Jayanthi Kumaresh with 20 musicians from across India representing both the Carnatic and Hindustani genres.

The pieces played have been specifically conceived and composed for the orchestra, and highlight various facets of India. There is a piece about River Ganga in Raga Gangeshwari, about the Himalayas in Raga Bhinna Lalit, about a dancing peacock in Raga Reetigowla, and so on.

Indian classical music is known for its sophistication in expression, its melodic subtlety and freedom of improvisation within the boundaries of its grammar. INO seeks to bring leading performers from all streams to jointly present in an orchestral format music that can represent all of India. INO had its first concert in Chennai in June 2011 and has since played across India on various stages.

Nov 16, 7:30 pm, Music Academy, Chennai Rafique Khan: Sitar Shafique Khan: Sitar Ravindra Katoti: Harmonium Abhishek Raghuram: Vocals Bharath Sundar: Vocals Prasanna Pattanaik Bhutto: Flute Amit Nadig: Flute Charulata Ramanujam: Violin Arun Kumar: Percussion Neyveli Narayanan, Anantha R Krishnan: Mridangam Udayraj Karpur: Tabla Trichy Krishna: Ghatam Guruprasanna: Kanjira Girishh Gopalakrishnan: Keyboard Vaibhav Ramani: Violin Ambarish Amaravadi: Veena

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