"Young talent" may have got a bad connotation after what's happening to Tollywood
lately, and it's thanks to goodness that there's some salvaging still alive.
Nadabharathi is a classical music and literary forum, run by a group of motivated young musicians who work voluntarily and encourage other upcoming artists by organizing their recitals every month.
The objective of the 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.
The list of the concerts that will be staged as a part of Nadabharathi's Yuva
Sangeeta Vasathotsavan - 2002 is as follows:
6.00 pm - Vocal recital by D Sandhya Sree
7.10 pm - Vocal by K Shyam Kumar
6.00 pm - Vocal recital by Venu Madhav
7.10 pm - Vocal concert by B Lalitha Madhav
6.00 pm - Nada Laya, a percussive ensemble
7.10 pm - Vocal concert by N Ramana Murthy
6.00 pm - Vocal duet by S Sunayana and S Bhargavi
7.10 pm - Vocal concert by T P Chakrapani
Please contact P Srinivasa Gopalan at 98481-90584/407-5828 for further details.