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1) Indian Classical Vocal Music Classes offered by Qualified, Sincere & Dedicated Teacher in Singapore: Home Tuitions Available too. (E-Learning) via Skype is also available
to Foreign Students.
Contact: +65(94660132) or musicgalsaras AT gmail.com
3) Nirupa.M.A : Nirupa.M.A is conducting Veena &Vocal classes at West mambalam, Chennai. Lecturer Carnatic music college Students are welcome in any age group - contact no 99406 60346, 9144 24724355
4) Sri Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma: web site gives life history of Sri Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma, who
composed 86 compositions in classical carnatic style and also the list
6) Carnatic Music Page of Deepa Srinivasan: She has performed in Bangalore, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Karaikudi,
Mallur and so on. She has peformed in different sabhas like Vidwath
Samajam, YACM, Bharath Kalachar, Kapali Fine Arts, Mylapore Fine Arts,
Rasika Ranjani Sabha, Naada Inbum in Madras; and in sabhas like Gayana
Samaj, Indian Institute of World Culture, Yuvanika, Jayanagar Cultural
Association in Bangalore. She has also performed in places like
Austin, College Station, Houston and Dallas in the USA
7) Medha Hari: If you try to find other professional Bharatanatyam dancers who by the
age of ten had already received two excellent reviews in the Hindu, as
well as many newspapers and magazines, you will certainly realize that
the great critical acclaim and the affectionate reception by the
spectators are well-deserved.
8) Chembai Vaidyanatha Iyer: With a knowledge of the art deeply acquired and with a voice that
earned Chembai Vaidyanatha Bagavathar the fame of bell metal voiced
bhagavathar with its power and majesty yet sweet and melodious, he
rose to supreme heights, taking vast audiences to rapturous delights
in a span of about 70 years of performance expertise. A humble man, he
attributed all his success to his favorite God - Guruvayurappan. His
closed left fist gently swaying up and down, the joy of pure nada when
he held on to single notes, his very own kathiri swaras, his
stupendous stamina, his great sense of humour, his closed mouth
singing of ragas, his abiding sympathy for his fellow accompanists as
also his disciples endeared him to connoisseurs and critics alike
12) Sahithya karta Ennappadam Venkatarama Baghavathar: Somebody claiming to be E.R.Rajagopalan (errgopal at yahoo.com) wrote
I am the grandson of great Harikatha exponent and Sahithya karta Late
Ennappadam Venkatarama Baghavathar. The speciality of his compositions
is KRISHNATTOTHAREEYAM One hundred and eight kritis set to different
Ragaas and different Taalas comprising one NAAMAM from Krish
Ashtothram. So far no one has composed this kind of Kritis based on
Krishna Ashtothram. The compositions are copyrighted to Kerala Nataka
Sangeetha Acaademy who have broghtforth a book in Malayalam. In
colleges in Kerala,for Music students one composition of Ennappadam
Venkatarama Baghavathar is a must in curriculum.
14) Who Is Jonathan Ive? - An in-depth look at the man behind Apple's design magic : .. The man who, after Jobs, is most responsible for Apple's amazing
ability to dazzle and delight with its famous products, chose instead
to talk about process -- what he called "the craft of design." He
spoke passionately about his small team and how they work together..
17) John Maeda: The Master of Simplicity: John Maeda is a graphic designer, visual artist, and computer
scientist at the MIT Media Lab. Heís been dubbed ďthe Master of
Simplicity,Ē is the author of a blog on simplicity, and also has a new
book called The Laws of Simplicity. The book outlines ten laws of
simplicity over 100 pages (a page count restraint Maeda imposed on
I, Erode Nagaraj, from the childhood had a great interest to learn rhythm and was initiated into the art of Mrudangam at the age of 7 years. I learnt the art of mrudangam initially from Palladam Sri. V. Ramachandran for 8 years. In order to have further training in all the branches of this art, I became the disciple of Padmabushan Umayalpuram Sri K. Sivaraman since 1990. I took intensive and advance training from my revered Guru, Sangeetha Kalanidhi Umayalpuram Sri. K. Sivaraman, which included accompaniment to vocal music and instrumental music as well and to learn playing for more number of thalas. Though I had participated in several state level school competitions with distinction, my first debut at Chennai was held on Friday, the 16th April 1993. The Department of Culture, Ministry of Human Resources & Development, Govt. of India under the scheme, ‚ÄúScholarship to Young Artistes in different Cultural Field‚ÄĚ awarded me scholarship, during the year 1994 ‚Äď 1996 (F2-53/94/CH2). I have been performing both in All India Radio since 02.06 1994 and Doordharsan Kendra, Chennai since 17.09.1994.I have also played laya vinyasam (Mrudangam Solo) in a rare thala - Misra Thriputa ‚Äď Two Kalai- Samam in All India Radio, Chennai and laya vinyasam in Adhi Thala in Doordharsan, Chennai. I am an ‚ÄėA‚Äô grade artiste. I have been playing in almost all esteemed sabas like The Music Academy, Sri Krishna Gana Saba and other well known organisations in India and abroad and also given lecture-demonstrations successfully. My performance on mrudangam was very much appreciated by vidwans and rasikas and I have won many best player awards and have also been credited with very good review in press like The Hindu, Indian Express and other celebrated magazines.
I have been thinking of making substantial contribution to the field of my profession and I owe fullest responsibility not only to maintain the cultural heritage of this art but also to take the art of mrudangam to Global Level, to the mass and even to the layman, the niceties of this art without compromising the sasthras and grammar. I have a very good experience in teaching fingering techniques and laya intricacies of mrudangam for the past 6 years not only to the students of India but also to foreigners. I am keen to interact with all forms of music. I rendered konnakol (verbal rendition of jathis and phrases that are played in mrudangam) to the playing of my Guru Padmabushan Umayalpuram Sri K. Sivaraman with Mr. Steve Coleman (Sax) and Vijay Iyer (Key board) from USA, in the Madras Cricket Club. My mrudangam solo in a rare thala (sankeerna chapu) has been recorded for Samudra, an organization promoting Indian music in London. G.K.Foundation Trust created with noble ideals inter alia honouring selected best musicians and dancers, honoured me in their anniversary function held on 31st July 2001, along with Sangeetha Kalanidhi Palghat Sri K.V. Narayanaswamy. I had the privilege of performing in the platinum jubilee of the Music Academy in the august presence of the Honourable President of India Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, Governor of Tamil Nadu Sri Ram Mohan Rao, Sangeetha Kalanidhi Padma Vibhushan Sri Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer and Sitar Maestro Padma Vibhushan Sri RaviShankar.
TTN ‚Äď the Thamizh Oli Network of Europe, has telecast my interview and mrudangam solo. Chennai-online interviewed me for their internet magazine. I have also performed in Sun-TV, Raj-TV ( DVD of the concert has been released by Raj Video Vision) and Raj Digital Plus and in WIN-TV in their special programmes.
I visited Detroit (MI,USA )last year ( june ‚Äď November -05) for
concerts, lec-dem and classes for advanced level and beginners and
also teaching rhythmic intricacies for vocalists and instrumentalists.
24) Savita Sreeram wishes to perform and teach music in New Jersey: Somebody claiming to be Savita Sreeram (sreevita24 AT yahoo.com)
25) Sampradhaya - School for Carnatic Vocal, Violin and Keyboard Lessons - Palatine, IL: At Sampradhaya, We teach carnatic Vocal, Bhajans, Violin, Keyboard
for Kids and Elders of age 4+. We are located in Palatine and are 10
minutes away from major cities of Schaumburg, Buffalo Grove and
Vernon Hills. You can reach us at 847-934-7268/847-682-2287. You can
also contact us through email at email@example.com
26) Learn Carnatic music,Annamacharya kritis and more from M.B.shankar: Somebody claiming to be shankar (naarada AT yahoo.com) wrote:
27) The Art of Tabla: Classical & Contemporary Solo Tabla of India: Sangeet Studios: World Music Performance & Learning Center, 1212
Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. tel: 856-745-5361 - email:
tabla AT sidmehta.com --- Teaching classes in NJ, PA, & DE
28) Amrithavarshini Muralikrishnan: Amrithavarshini Muralikrishnan started playing the instrument under
the tutelage of her Father and Guru Shri N. Muralikrishnan a Vina
player and Keyboard virtuoso and learnt her vocal music from her
mother Rose Muralikrishnan at the tender age of two. She accompanied
her father and mother on all their concerts & tours from her
In summer of 2005 Varshini was initiated into Lalgudi School of
music to further advance and master her music performance skills in
Amrithavarshiniís dream is to propagate and popularize the Carnatic
music on the keyboard in India as well as the world music scene
along with several other western instruments in the same catagory.
She is working very hard to pursue her dreems into reality.
Her recent Music Albums 1. keyboard expressions and 2. Classical
Carnatic Keyboard are hot selling in India and USA music market.
29) Amrithavarshini Muralikrishkrishnan performs for SIMA: Amrithavarshini Muralikrishnan will be featured on the youth
Festival sponsored be South Indian Music Academy SIMA on the 29th of
October at 4:30 PM. She will be accompanied on the Mridangam by
Shriram Brahmanandam and violin on Shruthi Iyer.
For more details please visit www.varshinimusic.com
Concert is open to public.
There will be 2 other performances featured along with this event on
the same day. Please contact south Indian Music Academy for more
details on that.
ďSoul stirring scintillating Carnatic Keyboard performance that reverberates in us even much after the concert is overĒ is how the Southern Californiaís audience review and describe about Amruthavarshini Muralikrishnanís concert on May 14th 2005 at Hoover Auditorium. She was accompanied by Shri Vittal Ramamurthy on the violin and Shri Neyveli Narayanan on the Mrudangam. The hall was overflowing double its capacity. More than 700 Music rasikas witnessed this young musical genius concert.
Amruthavarshini Muralikrishnan is just 16 years old, young star making a rave in the USA, India and around the world by popularizing the Carnatic music on the Keyboard and is already taking the world of Carnatic music by storm. Innocence on the face, mastery in presentation and classicism in performance made music lovers to bind in Amruthavarshiniís spell of music. Music is part of her lineage. Varshiniís formal training in music started at the tender age of 2 and needless to say that her first teachers were her father, and mother, Veena and Keyboard virtuoso performer and Guru Shri N. Muralikrishnan (www.nmuralikrishnan.com) and renowned Carnatic performer and teacher Smt. Rose Muralikrishnan (www.rosemuralikrishnan.com) who is a disciple of M. L Vasanthakumari.
Varshini is a first ever child prodigy to perform the Carnatic Music on the Electronic keyboard who started playing the instrument at the age of two under the tutelage of her Father and Guru Shri N. Muralikrishnan. After Several years of research playing Carnatic Music on the Keyboard was a concept conceived and stylized by N. Muralikrishnan under the model "Changing Trends without Changing traditional ValuesĒ 23 years ago, which became a hot pick among the youngsters in the field of Carnatic music lately in India and around the world. Not only are her father and mother a well known gurus, but are musicologists and renowned Carnatic practitioners who performed around the globe for more than two decades.
Varshini started the concert with the chouka kala Ata tala Bhairavi Varnam in thrikalam within the same tala cycle. Playing the Keyboard on right hand, doing the tala on her left with a great smile and cheer proved her mastery and confidence on the instrument. Her rendition of Vathapi in Hamsadwani in drutha kala with Kalpana swara was an effective booster. A difficult Anupama gunambudhim in Atana was an excellent communicative piece between the main artist and the accompanists Vittal Ramamurthy and Neyveli Narayanan. After Sobillu saptaswara, brova bharama and few other krithis a grand main Chakkani Raja Marga in raga Karaharapriya was great gate opener to prove her brilliance and deep knowledge in music. Ragam Tanam Pallavi in Raga Mohanam was a breath taking piece of the evening. The concert ended with traditional Tamil, Kannada Telugu Thukkadas with a grand Tillana in Behag by Lalgudi Jayaraman and Mangalam. Chemistry between Amruthavarshini and the accompaniments Shri Vittal Ramamuthy on the violin and Shri Neyveli Narayanan on mirdangam kept the entire concert lively and thrill filled.
Several well known musician and performers such as Delhi Sunderrajan, B.U. Ganesh, Raji Gopalakrishnan, and Southern California Carnatic music organizers and teacher were present in the audience and praised Varshiniís performance level with todayís master musicians. Delhi Sundarrajan delivered a speech and mentioned that Varshiniís presentation of music is beyond the mastery level. Her stage presence, eye contact and communication with accompanists, performing the tala in left and playing the keyboard in the right hand, Raga sancharas, Jaru prayogas, selection of ragas and compositions were well appreciated by him. She was awarded with the title of Sangeetha Kala Rathna by Antelope Valley Temple officials.
At the end speech Amruthavarshini said that there are no short cuts for success in any field. A goal with focus, dedication, hard work, long hours of practice, parental support, appreciating audience and gods grace are the key to make things possible.
Amruthavarshini has a dream of popularizing the keyboard in the Carnatic music scene widely as a solo and accompanying instrument. As there was Baluswami Dikshitar for violin, U. Srinivas for Mandolin, Kadiri Gopinath for Saxophone, A.K.J. Natarajan for Clarinet, she wants Amruthavarshini to be a land mark for Keyboard in Carnatic History.
Amruthavarshini has played in many Music Albums, music and dance productions and performed at several prestigious Halls such as Carpenter's performing Arts center of Long Beach, Cerritos Performing Arts Center, Bovard Auditorium, Getty Museum Center of Los Angeles, Cleveland Aradhana, and so forth. She also participated in several World music Festivals around the country and was a special invitee at the A.R. Rahmanís LA 2000 show at Shrine Auditorium to sing the Vande Matharam and National Anthem of India. She often accompanies her father and motherís Carnatic concerts in and around the country. She participated in several fund raising events for many nonprofit organizations such as UdhavumKarangal, ASHA-LA, SPICMACAY, Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO) for Tsunami Disaster Relief, and Corazon de Vida Foundation for orphans in Baja, to support good cause.
Varshini is well versed in Western and Carnatic singing and bagged over 100
awards, prizes, and certificates for her merit. She plays the Sarasvathi
veena, as well as the western Piano, and has composed music for several
musical events. She makes difference in sick and older Citizens lives by
volunteering at retirement homes through her music performances. She enjoys
western dancing, playing sports, and swimming as spare time hobbies. Her
second interest is public speaking and attended many conferences in California
and Arizona High Schools and Universities and won many awards for speech
31) Kattassery Joseph Yesudas in an interview with News Today: .....According to him [KJY's father], 'an artiste has to keep learning
for many janmas, that was the lesson taught by my father which I
follow till date'.....
...Dance to the rhythm of life
Bharatanatyam, Folk and bollywood style dance lessons are offered to children between 5-16
Classes are taken on individual basis and in batches.
Choreography for filmi and folk dance are offered to both adults and youngsters..
Classes are conducted in Edison, NJ.
Email: bharatanatyamclasses at yahoo.com
33) Carnatic Music classes NJ: This is Sirisha Yerramilli. I am conducting carnatic music classes (vocal),light music,slokas and bhajans near Hamilton NJ.I'm disciple of Smt.Sundari Janaki Raman. Contact me at email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
34) Keyboard Sathya: Master K Sathyanarayanan, a prodigy is just 9 year old (2004-08-08).
He is presently learning instrumental under Mandolin shri U Shrinivas
and vocal under Sri Badrinathan.
35) Sri G N Desikan & Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam: Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam, Saidapet, Chennai 600 015, is to conduct the programmes in the field of music for Silver, Gold and Diamond jubilee year in 2005 due to the following reasons: - Sri Thyagaraja Sangeetha Vidyalayam, Saidapet, Chennai 15, Tamil Nadu, started in 1980 by Founder & Principal Sri G N Desikan, will be completing 25 years of musical service. This celebration will synchronise with the completion of 75 years of age for Sri G N Desikan and also his service in the music field for 50 years.
36) Desikan Ramaswamy, vocal music teacher (Northwest suburbs of Chicago in Mt Prospect): My name is Desikan Ramaswamy. I am a direct disciple of violin
maestro Shri Lalgudi G Jayaraman. I am looking to teach vocal music
if anyone is interested. I have learnt vocal singing directly from
Shri Lalgudi Jayaraman for over 17 years. I live in the Northwest
suburbs of Chicago in Mt Prospect. If you are interested in learning
south indian classical carnatic music, please contact me via email -
desikanr AT yahoo.com or phone - 847 258 3145
38) Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar (1895 - 1974): CHEMBAI - One of a cluster of villages near Palakkad, in Kerala,
where tamil speaking immigrant brahmins; among them musicians, from
the Kaveri delta settled three to five centuries ago.
CHEMBAI - Also the 'prenom' by which the most highly revered
carnatic musician came to be known.
40) Darshan Kumari: Darshan Kumari is a disciple of Shri Raj Kumar Bali and Shri Jamaluddin
Bhartiya, a senior disciple of Pandit Ravi Shankar. She also has had extensive
training from the famous Veena player Ustad Ziamoinuddin Dagar.
She teaches at the School of Indian arts, located in Amsterdam, The
Netherlands, and does performances.
43) Guitar lessons - NJ: Guitar lessons with professional guitar performer and instructor.
Also on the faculty of the Westminster Conservatory in Princeton. BM
& MM from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. All
ages and levels. Contact: Patrick at (908) 565-2957 or at
44) Guitar Lessons in NJ: Professional guitarist and conservatory instructor offering acoustic
guitar lessons (all styles) to students of all ages and levels.
Edison/Woodbridge area. Reasonable rates! Call me at (908) 565-2957
or email me at email@example.com. Ask for Patrick.
45) Carnatic Violin/Vocal Lessons Offered in California East Bay Area: Update on 2005 10 26 - no longer taking new students - For details, please
contact Deepa Mani at deepa73 AT hotmail.com
46) Lakshmi Jagadish: Teaches Carnatic Music vocal, veena, classical on Guitar and Keyboard in
Lakshmi Jagadish has 10 years of experience in teaching Music. Lakshmi Jagadish
has been teaching Music to all age groups. Guru Smt.Gomathi Krishnanmurthy.
...Are you interested in learning carnatic music? There is no need to worry if you don't have a preceptor. It is enough if you have a computer and an internet connection. Right from your home you can learn music...through the internet. In the fast developing world of communication, you can learn music from any part of the world.
Mr. Dhasarathy, from Chennai, is teaching flute for the past one year, only through this method. He is working with Chennai Life Insurance Corporation. His guru Mr. Raghu and he have been conducting classes successfully in flute for nearly 200 students through the internet. ...
49) Ragavan Manian, vocalist: Ragavan Manian is a vocalist and disciple of maestro Dr. Balamurali
Krishna. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area now where he actively
performs, practices and composes carnatic music. He plays violin and
bansuri, besides a host of other instruments. His instrumental skills are
largely self-taught. He is one of the key artists in
the Thillana light music band (www.thillana.net) . He is a software engineer
profession and a
graduate of IIT Madras.
50) Smt. Manorama Prasad: Smt. Manorama Prasad is known for her traditional and techincal
For her, music is a passion and a challenge. Manorama has
concert experience. Her powerful voice has adorned her inborn gift
rendering pure music in an inimitable way. The control she has on
ragas and very complicated talas are something every music listener
appreciate. She is also a musicologist and has conducted several
musical features, lecture demonstrations at various British
Institutions. She is actively involved in the muscial performances
organised by UK Arts Council, London Arts Board, Asian Music
Music Service and other international music festivals. She has
travelled in India and Europe on concert tours.
Students of Carnatic Classical Music at all levels
Basic to Advanced are welcome. I am also an experienced vocal
Bharatnatyam performances. Interested parties can contact me at my
address - manorama_hs at hotmail.com