The Hanumanpet Welfare Association is presenting a Carnatic vocal recital by I Sweta Prasad, on 15th April, at the Hanumanpet Community Hall, Hanumanpet. The program is part of the monthly concerts organised by the association. She will be accompanied by Sai Kumar on the violin and I Renuka Prasad on the mridangam. The list of items she is going to perform is as below:
Sri Raghukula in Hamsadvani raagam
Jagadaananda in Naata raagam
Bantu Reeti in Hamsanadam raagam
Telisi Rama in Poorna Chandrika raagam
Gaana Moorte in Gaana Moorthi raagam
Emayya Rama in Kambhoji raagam
Rara Maa Inti in Asaveri raagam
Teliya Leeru in Dhenuka raagam
Seeta Kalyana in Vasantha raagam and
JayaJaya Rama in Manirangu raagam
Sweta started her journey into the world of music at the age of 4, receiving her first lessons in music from Ramalaxmi Rangachari, and thereafter from the renowned guru and musician Neti Srirama Sarma for the last 13 years. Impressing teachers and audiences alike, Sweta proved her skills in singing under the able guidance of Dr. Shobaraju, founder president of Annamacharya Bhavana Vahini.
A gold medalist in Annamacharya kritis at national level competitions conducted by the Annamacharya Bhavana Vahini, Sweta has also taken the top position on a number of occasions at music competitions conducted by famous organisations and sabhas.
Sweta has traveled extensively all over India, and has also performed in USA and Bangladesh, winning the appreciation of the audiences wherever she has performed. She has also sung as a playback singer for TV serials and movies, and has several music & dance cassettes to her credit.
Apart from traditional kutcheris, Sweta also lends her rich voice to the world of dance, providing vocal support to renowned dancers like Dr. Shobha Naidu, Swapna Sundari, Vanisree Jai Rama Rao, Swati Somnath and Alekhya Punjala, and has performed in all parts of India and abroad, including Turkey, China, Thailand, Japan and Belgrade.
The Hanumanpet Welfare Association was formed by members of the locality to develop the colony and area. It has organised many social, cultural and spiritual activities. As a part of the welfare of the locality, it also built the Hanumanpet community hall.
Please contact 2438-4805 for further details.