Akshay Padmanabhan
Carnatic Vocalist, Tamil Nadu, India

Biography

Akshay Padmanabhan started learning Music at a very early age of 5 Yrs, guided by experienced musicians like Shrimati Parvati (Disciple of Madurai N.Krishnan), Shrimati Suguna Purushotham (Disciple of Musiri & Semmangudi) (1996-99) and Shri K.V.Ananth (Disciple of Shri K.V. Narayanaswamy) Sri S. Rajam, Shri A.S. Murali.

He completed his graduation in M.Com, AIR (B high grade). His father is Elyavalli Padmanabhan. His guru is Padma Bhushan Sri P.S. Narayanswamy.

Shows & Major Performances

Performances: Performed in Ramaseva Mandali Sabha in Banglore for the last 5 years. Performed in Narada Gana Sabha, performed in TTD - Chennai and Naada Neerajanam Tirupathi, Astika Smajam, Ramana Kendra, Mylapore Fine Arts, Bharathiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay Shanmukhananda Hall, Hamsadhwani, Brahma
Gaana Sabha and Spirit of Youth (Music Academy), DD Pudhupunal.

Achievements: Won many prizes in carnatic music at Music Acadamy, Indian Fine Arts Society, Narada Gana Sabha, Mylapore Fine Art Club, Bharathi Vidya Bhavan, R.R.Sabha, Papanasam Sivan Acadamy, Nungambakkam Cultural Acadamy and finalist of Caratic Idol 2012 Jaya TV.

 

Contact:
Address F-6, Vijayshanti Apts., 32/33, (New No.8),
Devadi Street, Mylapore, Chennai - 600 004.

Phone : +9144.2495.8139 Mobile :+9197911.92945

E-Mail Id: akshaypadmanabhan@gmail.com
Website: www.paatu.net

Awards & Recognitions

Bala Bhaskara Title
Best Junior Vocalist

The Best Junior Vocalist for Indian Fine Arts in year 2008

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