Charsur Arts Foundation
By Artiste : Arundhathi Krishnan
When : 25 Jun 2012  | Time: 06:00 PM
Where : Narada Gana Sabha Mini Hall
About the Event

Arundhathi Krishnan was the Charsur star of June! With a strong captivating voice and good grip of the art, she entertained the audience for a couple of hours. The concert was for Charsur Arts Foundation's monthly programme to feature the upcoming artistes. The song list was good and interesting. Karpaga Manohara in Malayamarutham, Enneramum un namam in Poorvi Kalyani, Dayaleni bradukemi in Nayaki (Jhampa), Janaki Ramana in Suddha Seemandini, a few are rare krithis...

Arundhathi has a post graduate degree in Mathematics from IIT- Madras.

M A Krishnaswami accompanied her on the Violin, Kallidaikurichi Sivakumar on the Mirudangam, and Madipakkam Murali on the Ghatam.

This programme is part of Charsur Arts Foundations' initiative to promote young talent of this unique art form, Carnatic Music.

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