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Nada Bharathi is organising a Sangeet Sammelan from 4th to 11th December, at Sundarayya Vignana Kendra. Today, the 2nd day, N Ch Parthasarathy of Hyderabad will be presenting a Carnatic vocal recital, along with N C Anantha Krishna on the violin, G Ramachandran on the mridangam and T P Balu on the ghatam.
Parthasarathy had his initial training from Sistu Prabhakar Krishna Murthy Sastry, and later on from one of the Hyderabad Brothers, D Sesha Chary. He is a B-High grade artiste of AIR, having given several performances in AIR and DD. He has performed at various music sabhas in Chennai, Mumbai, Vijayawada, Hyderabad and Kakinada.
Parthasarathy won a gold medal in the National Level Inter-University Music Competitions, in addition to several other prizes. He is currently working as a lecturer in vocal music at the Vasavi College Of Music And Dance, Hyderabad, and also runs a music institution called Sarani, in which he teaches music.
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 propogate 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 music. The organisation has organised musical concerts of renowned vocalists, violinists, mridangists, flutists and vainikas.
The Chief Guest for the evening is Yadavalli Subrahmanyam, CEO of Co-Options Solutions Pvt Limited. The entry to the festival is only through invitation. For invitations and further details, please contact P Srinivas Gopalan at 93910-44910.