Malladi Brothers

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The Malladi Brothers (Sreeramprasad and Ravikumar) sing Carnatic vocal music together. They hail from an illustrious Andhra Pradesh musical family, training under their grandfather Srirammurthy and father Suri Babu, as well as Nedunuri Krishnamurthy and Sripada Pinakapani.

Their style of singing blends a deep approach to learned composition with extended forays into improvisation, covering rare ragas and commanding stages around the world.

"Nedunuri Krishnamurthy's advice to us was, ‘The science of music must be learnt but the art should be presented aesthetically’."

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