Veena Sahasrabuddhe

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Veena Sahasrabuddhe (1948-2016) was an esteemed Hindustani classical vocalist, hailing from the Gwalior gharana. Her unique style drew from the Kirana and Jaipur gharanas as well as her university degree in Literature & Vocal Performance, and was showcased on over 40 albums throughout her lifetime. She found ample time to teach alongside a successful performance career, demonstrating Indian music to schoolchildren and advanced students alike. She is sorely missed by many, but her superb musical legacy lives on.

"The most authentic, acclaimed and vibrant vocalist of Gwalior gayaki" [The Hindu newspaper]"

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