Mridangam Artiste Professionals
J.Vaidhyanathan hails from a family of Legendary musicians. He is the son of “Sangeetha Kalanidhi” Sri D.K. Jayaraman and the nephew of “Padma Vibhushan” Smt D.K. Pattammal. He is a disciple of “Sangeetha Kalanidhi”, "Mridanga Chakravarthi"
Neyveli R. Narayanan
Neyveli R. Narayanan was born to Sri Rajagopalan and Smt.Meenakshi, who with their insight and vision nurtured his talent. Hailing from a family of music connoisseurs at Neyveli, Narayanan was initiated into the art of Mrudangam playing at
Mannarkoil J.Balaji
Mannarkoil J.Balaji is a well known Percussion artiste in the field of carnatic music, having experience in the art of playing mridangam for over 25 years. Groomed from the age of 11 years, under the able tutelage
Aswin Sridhaaran
Started learning mridangam since the age of 8 at R.R Sabha Music School under the guidance of Late Vidwan Melakkaveri Sri.K.Krishnamurthy. Arangetram in the year 1990 under his guidance. Currently under the tutelage of Mridangam Maestro
Prithvi Krishna
At the age of 12, Prithvi Krishna started his musical journey under the nurturing of the illustrious guru Mridangam Vidwan Byrappa. He was very fortunate to get trained under Mridangam Legend of yester years, Karnataka Kala
S. V. Balakrishna
S V Balakrishna (balu) is a professional Mridangam (Indian Drums) and Morsing (Jaws Harp) artist from Bangalore. Balu was born in a talented family, rich in the classical music tradition of south India. Balu’s early musical
Thiruvaarur Bakthavathsalam
Born: Oct , 25 1956
Thiruvaarur Bakthavathsalam had his initial tutelage from his maternal uncle Thiruvarur Krishnamurthy and was further groomed by his mother T. R. Anandavalli, herself a talented musician. He has played in prestigious Jugalbandhi concerts featuring Carnatic and
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