Whatever music may or may not be the food of, it certainly makes the buffs of
the classical kind fatter for the annual New Year ritual. The classical music
scene really heats up this time of the year, and if you are like the rest of us
for whom New Year eves are just start reminders that another year has passed by
with us just growing a year older in it and nothing much else, here's one of the
several events that help beat the blues of D-Day approaching.
Nadabharathi is run by a group of motivated young musicians who work voluntarily
and encourage other upcoming artists by organizing their recitals every month.
This festival marks the successful completion of the second year of this classical
music and literary forum.
"The objective of our organization is to preserve, promote and propagate all forms
of classical music and literary and other fine arts, and to increase awareness
among youngsters by organizing monthly concerts and musical and literary discourses.
We also strive to promote the best talent in the field of classical arts," says
the young founder of the institution, P Srinivasa Gopalan. And sure enough, these
anniversary celebrations are focusing on young upcoming artists. Now even some
of the senior musicians of the city have voluntarily joined to encourage the young
group in its annual celebrations.
This is a list of the concerts that will be staged as a part of Nadabharathi's
6.00pm - Clarinet recital by Kota Atchi Babu
6.00pm - Vocal recital by D Kartheeka Anagha
7.00pm - Vocal recital by Jayamani Narasimhan
6.00pm - Vocal recital by B P V Sharma
7.00pm - Vocal duet by Hyderabad Sisters (Lalitha and Haripriya)
6.00pm - Vocal recital by Sri Vidya
7.00pm - Vocal recital by Balasubramanya Sharma
6.00pm - Grand vocal duet by Sangeetha Kala and Rajyalaxmi
7.00pm - Vocal recital by Radha Padmanabhan
6.00pm - Vocal recital by N C H Parthasarathy
7.00pm - Grand violin duet by D Durga Prasad Rao & D Satyanarayana Rao
6.00pm - Grand vocal recital by D Sandhyasree
7.00pm - Grand vocal recital by T V Sankaranarayanan (Chennai)
6.00pm - Grand flute recital Uma Venkateshwarlu
7.00pm - Grand vocal duet by D Raghavachari and D Seshachari (Hyderabad Brothers)
7.00pm - A special recital by the Nadabharathi group, "Vadhya Brundam" (orchestra),
as a grand finale
Please contact P Srinivasa Gopalan at 98481-90584/407-5828 for further details.