Nagaraj G S
Kanjira Artist, Karnataka, India
Date of Birth : 19 - May - 1982


Nagaraj G S hails from a richly cultured and traditional family of Kolar in Karnataka.

He has been into this divine art from the tender age of 10 years. He started his Mridangam training from Vidwan H L Gopalkrishna. Later his search for a profound guru had ended in Vidwan B N Chandramouli who is a devoted and dedicated person to this spiritual art. Under his guidance Nagaraj gained tremendous knowledge about the ways of staging concerts.

Nagaraj has to his credit of staging concerts in prestigious Sabhas all over India. His Kanjira accompaniment is highly regarded and given due recognition and appreciation by the music lovers, critics and also other great musicians.

Shows & Major Performances

Performed in Various Sangeetha Sabhas - Karnataka, Tamil Nadu & Kerala
Accompanied for renowned artists - Sri R K Srikantan, Sri Kadri Gopalnath, Sri Maharajapuram Ramachandran, Sri R K Padmanabha, D V Nagarajan, Vidushi Vani Sateesh, Sri O S Thyagarajan, Sri M Chandrashekaran, Trichur Brothers, Sri M T Selvanarayana and others. Also Performed for Times of India Music Festival, Trissur Music Festival, and many more..



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Awards & Recognitions

A Grade

He is an A grade kanjira artist from All India Radio

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