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Friday, February 21, 2003
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A roller coaster of emotions
In her, Sri Aurobindo saw Mahasaraswati. A tribute by
SMT. SHANTI Sharma, a mature vocalist from Delhi, will perform in Chennai today (February 21). The classical Hindustani concert is organised by Sri Matangi, a sabha dedicated to the cause of chaste, quality music. Shanti Sharma is a disciple ...
How many versions of Tyagaraja?
THE INTRIGUING feature in Sri Tyagaraja's compositions is the different patantaras, each according to one sishya parampara or the other. Sri Tyagaraja would have taught his songs as he composed them to all the disciples, but how come there are ...
Tantra Solvmation, Toronto, Canada TSMV 0202 - Carnatic Classical vocal - Ananda - Swati Tirunal kritis - Price not mentioned. ANANDA, DAUGHTER of the late veena vidwan M. A. Kalyanakrishna Bhagavathar who was also a notable vocalist, has ...
SHOVANA NARAYAN will present a Kathak recital at the Music Academy, on March 7, at 7 p.m. Mr. N. Ram, editor, Frontline, will be the chief guest of the programme organised by Amir Khusro Sangeet Academy, No.9, Ashok Nagar Main Road, ...
Awards for Anita Ratnam
DANSEUSE ANITA Ratnam has been chosen for this year's Natya Ratna Award of Sri Shanmukhananda Sangeeta Sabha (New Delhi) and the Lalithakala Ratna Award instituted by the Sri Lalithakala Academy Foundation Trust. She will be receiving the ...
Combines skill and grace
EVERY ASPECT in the Bharatanatyam recital of P. Praveen Kumar, disciple of Narmada (Bangalore) and Prof. C. V. Chandrasekhar, Chennai, reflected a deep sense of respect, sincerity and devotion. This young dancer has considerable skill coupled ...
IT WAS a hilarious evening for the viewers at the Sivagami Pethachi auditorium where the Magic Lantern theatre group presented "Minnal Ravi." Translated from Italian playwright Dario Fo's "The Virtuous Burglar," the work had been carefully ...
"Hand over all your problems to the Divine and He will pull you out of all difficulties." The Mother.
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