Sanjay Subrahmanyan
Carnatic Vocalist, Tamil Nadu, India
Date of Birth : 21 - Jan - 1968

Sanjay Subrahmanyan is one of the most renowned musicians with an in depth knowledge and a powerful voice. He began learning music at the age of seven. Initial training was under V. Lakshminarayana on the violin as well as in vocal music. He later switched to vocal music and was trained by Rukmini Rajagopalan for a period of almost eight years.

His skills were further sharpened under Calcutta K.S Krishnamurthy and the training under him led to innovations and blending of tradition and modernity. Sanjay continues to learn from Nadaswaram maestro Semponarkoil SRD Vaidyanathan.
Sanjay is a Chartered Accountant and a rank-holding Cost Accountant.
Sanjay Subrahmanyan has been the subject of documentary film Aaraar aasaippadaar by filmmaker Prasanna Ramaswamy. It opened to rave reviews in November 2006 in Chennai.

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