Nada Bharathi is conducting a Sampradaya Trinity Music Festival (A special Ragam Tanam Pallavi festival series) at Kala Subbarao Kala Vedika, the mini-hall of the Sri Thyagaraja Gana Sabha, Chikkadpally. This event will last 6 days starting from 16th June till 21st June.
Dr. Seshulatha is performing a Carnatic vocal recital on the second day, in memory of Malathi Padmanabha Rao. She will be supported by R Dinakar on the violin, P Srinivas Gopalan on the mridangam and B Janardhan on the ghatam.
Dr. Seshulatha is a B-High grade artiste of the All-India Radio, and a disciple of Oleti Venkateswarlu. She has completed her Ph D in music under Dr. Sripada Pinakapani, an outstanding vocalist. She has also done the Sangeetha Alankar course from the Gandharva University, and Sangeetha Vidhwan from the Madras University.
Dr. Seshulatha has performed in most venues in India, and has also been to USA, UK, Malaysia and Singapore. She rendered her voice along with Nedunuri Krishna Murthy for the latter's audio cassettes, and has composed music for Dr. Shobha Naidu's dance ballets. Currently she is a music professor at the Telugu University, Hyderabad, and also trains students for music diploma courses, at her residence in Ameerpet.
Nada Bharathi was started in 2000 by a renowned mridangist, Yuva Sangeeta Bharathi Paravastu Srinivas Gopalan, who hails from a family of classical musicians. The basic objective of the organisation is to preserve, promote and propagate all forms of classical music, by increasing awareness through regular concerts.
Since its inception, it has conducted more than 500 concerts, concentrating not only on Carnatic music but also on Hindustani. The organisation has held musical concerts of renowned vocalists, violinists, mridangists, flautists and vainikas.
The entry for this event is free. Please contact P Srinivasa Gopalan at 93910-44910 for further details.