Violinists Professionals
Vaibhav Ramani
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
Shreya Devnath
Shreya Devnath, disciple of Sri Lalgudi G Jayaraman since 2001.  Academics
  • Studying MA Economics – 1st year in Ethiraj College, Chennai.
  • Completed B A Economics, graduated first class with distinction, from University of Madras (2011)
  • Won various prizes, including all-round
Mutnuri Srinivasa Narasimha Murthy
Born: Aug , 05 1966
Hailing from a music family, M. S. N. Murthy started performing at an early age of 10. He was exempted in age & selected as a casual artiste by All India Radio at 14.
T.V.Ramanujacharlu, a Top Garde Violin Artsit, hails from a family of Traditional Music. He evinced greater interest in Carnatic Music even as a child and has his initial training in music from his father Shri T.K.Ramanujacharyulu,
Dr. M. Lalitha & M. Nandini
Internationally acclaimed Violin Maestros Dr. M. LALITHA and M. NANDINI have been widely applauded as the `QUEENS OF VIOLIN - Weekend'- of the present generation.  Popularly known as the `VIOLIN SISTERS', these outstanding musicians have enthralled
Nandini Muthuswamy
Renowned Violinist, Nandini Muthuswamy is hailed as an exceptional musician of the present generation. Widely regarded as a Maestro & Virtuoso, she hails from an illustrious family of musicians. Being a 4th generation musician, her Guru –
Anish King
Anish King started playing Carnatic music on Violin in 2000 when he was 6 years old and Western violin since age 7. I trained with Karaikal Venkatasubramanian with whom he did his arangetram together with his
CARVA Rajasekar
C.A.Rajasekar born to Chittoor Appanna Bagavathar and Madurambal,  C.A. Rajasekar has a rich musical pedigree. His grandfather Vedachala Iyer was adept in playing both the violin and the flute. His father Appanna of Chittoor was a renowned
M S Gopalakrishnan
Born: Jun , 10 1931
M.S. Gopalakrishnan (popularly known as MSG) was born on 10th June 1931. MSG learnt from his father, late Professor Parur Sundaram Iyer, the famous violinist who was an authority on the two systems of Indian Classical
Dr. M. Narmadha
Dr. M. Narmadha – born in the family of musicians, is the granddaughter of Parur Sri Sundaram Iyer and daughter of Padmashri Sri M.S. Gopalakrishnan. She started her music training at the age of 4, in
Ganesh Kumaresh
Ganesh Kumaresh have been the only violin duo to have performed for more than three decades together. They were trained by their father Shri T. S. Rajagopalan, a veteran violinist. The brothers have carved a niche
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