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“Hindustani Ragas that were adopted into Carnatic Music” – Lecture Demonstration

May 30, 2017

“Hindustani Ragas that were adopted into Carnatic Music” Lecture Demonstration by Vid. R Vasudevan
Organised by
Bangalore International Centre
A TERI Initiative

Vid. R Vasudevan
will be accompanied by
Vid.Anand Vishwanathan on Violin
Vid.Phanindra Bhaskara on Mridangam

About the Concert:
With the codification of music and compositional forms and exchange of such ideas between Northern and Southern India during 18th and 19th Century, many Hindustani ragas were adopted into Carnatic music by Nama Sankeerthanam artistes and great composers lik Muthuswamy Dikshithar and others. These composers gave color to the ragas by way of Carnatic grammar, framework and style. This concert will highlight this remarkable phenomenon.

Vid. R Vasudevan
Vid. R Vasudevan is a Carnatic musician and student of Shri.Palaghat K.S Narayanawswamy an dShri Neyveli Santhanagopalan. He is a visiting faculty for Postgraduate open course in Carnatic Music in Azim Premji University.

Vasudevan is pursuing a music career after long stint in IT. He has performed in various sabhas including Pranava Fine Arts, Suswaralaya, Rathinagireeswarar Temple Shivarathri Music festival. Kartik Fine Arts, Ranjani Fine Arts, Bellary Music Club, Maris Music Mela 2012, Nadasurabhi in Bangalore, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, Chennai and Parthasarath Swamy Sabha.

Lecture Demonstration on Friday | 2nd June 2017 | 6.30 PM

Bangalore International Centre,
TERI Complex,
4th Main, 2nd Cross,
Domlur II Stage,
Bangalore – 560 071.

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