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Carnatic, Vocal

Aruna Sairam

Aruna Sairam’s voice brings a husky authority to modern Carnatic song. She first learnt to sing...

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Carnatic, Vocal

Sudha Ragunathan

Sudha Ragunathan is a leading light of Carnatic song. She learned bhajans from her mother V...

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Carnatic, Vocal

Bharat Sundar

Bharat Sundar is a young Carnatic vocalist. He first studied under Gayathri Mahesh, and recounts...

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Carnatic, Vocal

Malladi Brothers

The Malladi Brothers (Sreeramprasad and Ravikumar) sing Carnatic vocal music together. They hail...

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Carnatic, Violin, Vocal

Ranjani-Gayatri

Ranjani and Gayatri are two sisters who sing and play Carnatic music on violin. They were born...

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Carnatic, Violin

Akkarai Subhalakshmi

Akkarai Subhalakshmi is a leading Carnatic violinist. Her grandmother R Sornambal was an expert...

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Carnatic, Saraswati Veena, Veena

D Srinivas

D Srinivas is a superbly talented veena exponent from Hyderabad. He studied in the family, making...

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Carnatic, Mridangam

Arjun Kumar

Arjun Kumar was born into a family of mridangam artists, and upholds their renowned style on the...

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Percussion, Carnatic, Kanjira

G Guruprasanna

G Guruprasanna is an expert Carnatic percussionist, specialising in the kanjira. He trained under...

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Carnatic, Violin

Ganesh and Kumaresh

Ganesh & Kumaresh Rajagopalan are Carnatic music’s foremost violin brothers, having performed...

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Percussion, Carnatic, Ghatam

Ghatam Giridhar Udupa

Ghatam Giridhar Udupa learned all of Carnatic music’s main percussion instruments...

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Carnatic, Bansuri

JA Jayanth 'Flute'

JA Jayanth 'Flute' has fully earned his nickname. As a child his grandmother VS Sundar gave him a...

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Carnatic, Saraswati Veena

Jayanthi Kumaresh

Jayanthi Kumaresh’s Saraswati veena is an ancient instrument, named after the Hindu goddess of...

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Carnatic, Violin

Jyotsna Srikanth

Jyotsna Srikanth’s sliding violin is a mainstay of Europe’s global music circuit. Aged five she...

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Carnatic, Violin

Kala Ramnath

Kala Ramnath is one of India’s most adept violinists, sliding around the fretboard in a...

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Carnatic, Violin

GJR Krishnan Lalgudi

The Lalgudi siblings are the torchbearers of their eponymous violin gharana, named for their late...

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Carnatic, Violin

Mysore Manjunath and Nagaraj

Mysore Manjunath and Mysore Nagaraj are among Carnatic music’s leading violinists. Trined...

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Carnatic, Mridangam

Neyveli B Venkatesh

Neyveli B Venkatesh is a Chennai-based mridangam player. His rhythm training began under his...

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Carnatic, Saraswati Veena

Rajhesh Vaidhya

Rajhesh Vaidhya was born into a musical family in Tamil Nadu - his father KM Vaidyanathan played mri...

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Carnatic, Violin

Vijayalakshmi Lalgudi

The Lalgudi siblings are the torchbearers of their eponymous violin gharana, named for their late...

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