Published: August 15, 2013 19:39 IST | Updated: August 15, 2013 19:39 IST
Music flowed during the five-day Suswara Sammelan held recently at the Sri Sringeri Mutt, Srirangam.
The five-day Suswara Sammelan was a confluence of music. It was held recently during the celebrations of the Nadhadweepam Trust’s 15th anniversary and the 105th birth anniversary of Semmangudi Dr. R. SrinivasaIyer at Sri Sringeri Mutt, Srirangam.
Maharajapuram Ganesh Vishwanathan (vocal) true to his heritage, began the concert with Hamsadhwani, Ponniah Pillai’s ‘Ranganathude’ in Sowrasthram was a tribute to the Lord of Srirangam. ‘Rama Neeyeda’ in Kharaharapriya was elaborate. N. C. Madhav (violin) accompanied the artist beautifully. Palladam Sri Ravi (mridangam), Tiruchi Krishnaswamy (ghatam) and Vishnupuram Raghu (morsing ) combined in the Tani. He concluded the concert with Maharajapuram Santhanam’s favourites, ‘Sri Chakra’ (Ragamalika), ‘Vilayada Idhu’ (Shanmukhapriya) and a tillana in Basant Bahar.Printable version | Aug 15, 2013 8:22:36 PM |
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