The city's biggest names are all here. Nada Bharathi is organizing a music festival
for global peace and is dedicating it to the Gujarat earthquake victims. And for
classical music fans across the city, things rarely got better. The list here
looks like a dream list, with the Hyderabad Brothers, Nookala, Mohan Krishna,
Radha Padmanabhan, N S Srinivasan and Peri Srirama Murthy all there. The last
day will have a dream team all come together to commemorate the Saint Thyagaraja.
This is the list of performances:
Vocal by K R Subramanian (junior) - 6.00-7.00pm
Vocal by Mohan Krishna (senior) - 7.00-9.30pm
Vocal by P V Subbalaxmi (Jr.) - 6.00-7.00pm
Vocal by Radha Padmanabhan (Sr.) - 7.00-9.30pm
Vocal duet by Aruna and Padma (Jr.) - 6.00-7.00pm
Vocal by Malati Padmanabha Rao (Sr.) - 7.00-9.30pm
Flute concert by M Ananta Krishna (Jr.) - 6.00-7.00pm
Vocal by Meera Seshadri, Chennai (Sr.) - 7.00-9.30pm
Vocal by Swarna Mayee (Jr.) - 6.00-7.00pm
Vocal by Dr N Chinna Satyanarayana (Sr.) - 7.00-9.30pm
Vocal by T P Chakrapani (Jr) - 6.00-7.00pm
Veena and flute duet by N S Srinivasan and D Srinivasan - 7.00-9.30pm
18th March (9.30-12.00pm)
On this last day, Nada Bharathi is inviting 60-70 renowned artists of Hyderabad to participate in the mass pooja and aaradhanotsav celebrations of Sadguru Sri Thyagaraja Swamy.
Pancharatna abhishekam will be performed for the saint in the evening, and the artists will recite the Pancharatna Gosti Ganam. The famous Hyderabad brothers, D Raghavachary and D Seshachary, will regale the audience with a vocal duel from 6-7pm, accompanied by Peri Sri Ramamurthy on the violin, M L N Raju on the mridangam and K Srinivasa Rao on the ghatam.
Guru Shivananda Murthy and Guru Vishwam will preside over the function as chief guests. Please contact Srinivas at 407-5828 / 98480-29951 for further details.