Vaibhav Ramani
Violinists, Karnataka, India

Biography

Vaibhav Ramani is 15 years old and studying in the 9th Standard in The Valley School, KFI, Bangalore

Vaibhav has been learning to play the violin for the past 7 years from his Guru Sri Kumaresh.

Played violin solo as part of the Aha!! Children’s Theatre Festival at Ranga Shankara in the category of ‘Young Musician’.

Has played violin solo in The Valley School KFI three times.

Stood first in the Karnataka Music Junior Grade Instrumental exam conducted in 2010, with 393 marks out of 4000 (98%), and was awarded for the same by the Karnataka Teacher’s Association.

Participated in the Bangalore Temple Festival inn Sept 2010, and played violin solo in Sri Karanji Anjaneya Swami Temple, Bangalore,, organized by Gudiya Sambhrama..

Won the special violin prize across all categories in the music competition conducted by Sri Academy of Music and Arts (SAMA) in November 20010, and further performed In Gayana Samaj as part of the prize distribution ceremony in February 2011. .

Performed a full-fledged concert along with his Guru, Sri Kumaresh Rajagopalan and Akshay Ganesh, at Anjaneya Swami Alaya Mahotsavam, Tanjavur. .

On 01-11-2012 he performed a violin solo concert accompanied by Mr. Prashanth on the Mridangam at the Bangalore Gayana Samaj as part of the 44th Music Conference. 

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