Nada Bharati has over 500 concerts to its credit. It is not surprising then who it's lined up for its Big Day.
Nada Bharathi, on the occasion of its 7th Foundation day, is organising a Carnatic vocal recital by Vidwan Komanduri Sheshadri, on 15th October, at Kala Subbarao Kala Vedika, the mini hall at Sri Thyagaraja Gana Sabha.
Komanduri Seshadri is a pure traditionalist from a Vainika family. He is a masters in music from Mysore University. He initially learnt music from the famous Vainika Vidwan and his father, K Ananthacharyulu, and thereafter under his uncle, Vainika Vidwan K Tirumalacharyulu. He is a performing A-grade artist for violin, viola and vocals in AIR and Doordarshan. He won several prizes in his career and performed all over India and the world. He is connected with many universities and music sabhas too.
Komanduri will be accompanied by Ramaraju Dinkar on the violin, P Srinivas Gopalan on the mridangam and Janardhan on the ghatam. The concert is being organised by Nada Bharathi, in memory of N C Krishnamacharyulu, a noted violin exponent and music composer.
Nada Bharathi was established on 21st October 1999 by P Srinivas Gopalan, a young mridangam, ghatam and similar instrument artist. The organisation has about 500 concerts and 22 festivals to its credit. Its primary aim is to encourage upcoming artistes.
Please contact P Srinivas Gopalan at 93910-44910 for further details.