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Thirukural-Timeless Wisdom

Saturday, September 24, 2016 at Queens Village Library

Nivedita ShivRaj, led RagaChitra Ensemble to present Thirukural-Timeless Wisdom in a concert.

Nivedita ShivRaj has composed music to Thirukural, a precious collection of time-immemorial poetical couplets of 2nd century, which is essentially the code of ethics for a righteous life, relevant even today for the modern 21st century.

Nivedita ShivRaj is the first carnatic musician to compose music for Thirukural. The music is based on carnatic ragas, the south Indian musical scales. Nivedita ShivRaj received  the Individual Artist grant for 2016 from the Queens Council on the Arts for composing music for Thirukural.

The concert was performed by talented musicians of RagaChitra Ensemble-

Samyuktha ShivRaj – Vocal

Srikanth Viswanathan – Vocal

Rama Vedula – Vocal

Leena Daniel – Vocal

Nivedita ShivRaj -Veena

Gayathri Srinivasan-Veena

Gopanand Srinivasa Rao-Veena

Marcus Cummins -Saxophone

Bridgid Bergin-Viola

Narendra Budhakar – Tabla

Veena Concert Series at Queens Public Library

Nivedita ShivRaj led RagaChitra Veena ensemble to perform traditional carnatic music on Saraswathi Veena, the ancient multi-string instrument of South India, accompanied  by Naren Bhudhakar on Tabla.

January 30, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Glen Oaks.

May 21, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Bellrose

 June 04, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Rego Park

June 06, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Sunnyside

June 11, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Jackson Heights

June 18, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Briarwood

June 25, 2016 – Queens Public Library, Lefferts

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RagaChitra’s 11th Annual Day!!

Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 3:30pm
Kerala Center, 1824 Fairfax St, Elmont, NY 11003

RagaChitra Foundation celebrated its 11th Annual Day with performances of RagaChitra’s talented vocalists, vainikas.

RagaChitra’s online students from all over USA, Canada and Australia, performed live via Google Hangout.

Ragas and Rhythms – Charanams Concert

Saturday, November 16,2013
Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center, Corona, NY

Nivedita ShivRaj, composer of Charanams band, the recipient of the Individual Artist Award for 2013 from Queens Council on the Arts presented her new compositions with world music band Charanams, highlighting the beauty of carnatic ragas and rhythms in traditional and contemporary styles, featuring ragas and rhythm structures that are unique to carnatic music style.

Charanams

RagaChitra Veena Ensemble Concert

October 19,2013 at 3pm
Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center

Nivedita ShivRaj, acclaimed composer and musician led RagaChitra Veena Ensemble to present a unique veena concert with ten vainikas (veena players) performing traditional carnatic compositions in an orchestral style. RagaChitra Veena Ensemble was accompanied by Narendra Bhudhkar on the Tabla.

Carnatic Vocal Concert of Samyuktha ShivRaj (Sam)

June 09,2013 at The Silent Barn, Brooklyn

The concert was the first set in “Tongues” a new music series at the Silent Barn. Samyuktha ShivRaj presented a concert music concert in the series. She was accompanied by Nivedita ShivRaj on the Veena & Prakash Rao on the Mridangam.

Tongues

CULTURAL CROSSROADS: BRAZIL MEETS INDIA

Friday, April 05, 2013; 8:00pm

Flushing Town Hall presented Nivedita ShivRaj performing Indian music on the Veena with her Charanams team in Cultural Crossroads, mixing two cultures. Nivedita ShivRaj will perform lush, unique melodies from Indian Classical music.

Nivedita ShivRaj-Veena
Sam ShivRaj-Vocal
Marcus Cummins-Saxophone
Jason Goldstein-Guitar
Nandalal Jadoonanan-Tabla

Two cultures – Brazil and India, came together on one stage for a NEW series with an open dance floor. The concert is one of the many events of the India Festival presented by Flushing Town Hall from April through May 2013.

Cultural Crossroads

India Festival

Music from the World of Orchids

April 13 & 14, 2013; 1:00pm & 3:00pm

Nivedita ShivRaj performed an exotic, unique music with her world music band- Charnams at the Orchid Show.

RagaChitra’s Annual Day

November 17, 2012; 4:00pm

Venue:Tamil Christian Church, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

Event Details

RagaChitram Online Concert

June 23, 2012

Shalini Ajay from Australia presented a mini veena concert, online. Concert was telecast live on Ustream

Raga Chikitsa by Shalini Ajay

Make Music New York-Mass Appeal:Veenas

Thursday, June 21, 2012
Venue: Queens Library at Flushing, NY 11355

RagaChitra Veena Ensemble presented a concert as part of the Make Music New York – Mass Appeal Concerts. The concert was led by Nivedita ShivRaj.

Other Vainikas(veena players):

Akila Venkataraman; Aparna Srishti; Bina Rao; Gayathri Srinivasan; Kalyan Mantripragada; Lakshmi Rao; Ramya Iyer; Srinidhi Rao; Umayal Rajagopal

RagaChitra Veena Ensemble was the only Indian music ensemble to participate and perform at the Make Music New York event, the biggest music event in New York City.

Pictures from last MMNY concert

Composers Day

May 06, 2012 at 7:30pm

Venue: Hindu Temple Society of North America, Flushing, NY

RagaChitra Students performed compositions of Annamacharya, Sadasiva Brahmendra, Mahaa Vaidyanaatha Aiyyar, Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna.

Participants, Gokul Anand Iyer; Ramya Iyer; Deepthi Cheboli; Jaya Duvvuri; Meghan Mcloughlin; Poornima Ramkumar; Mallika Iyer, Sandhya Simhan.

RagaChitra’s 7th Annual Day

Saturday, November 19, 2011; 3:30pm to 7:30pm

Venue:Tamil Christian Church, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

RagaChitra Students presented carnatic vocal & veena performances showcasing their talent and musical skills. Senior students Dr.Hemalatha Rao, Janani Kannan & Samyuktha ShivRaj presented mini concerts.

Pictures of Annual Day.

Vishnu Concert

Target First Saturday Concert

Saturday, July 02, 2011
Venue: Brooklyn Museum of Arts

RagaChitra’s talented vocalists teamed up with Charanams, the carnatic jazz band to present rare carnatic compositions on Vishnu, blending carnatic music with elements of Jazz. The concert was a part of the Target First Saturday Concert series, celebrating the exhibition ”Vishnu- the blue skinned savior” at the Brooklyn Museum.

Samyuktha ShivRaj, Janani Kannan, Amrita Rajagopal – Vocal
Nivedita ShivRaj -Veena; Marcus Cummins – Saxaphone; Jason Goldstein – Guitar; Advait Shah-Tabla

Bhajans & Kirthanais by RagaChitra Students

RagaChitra Students presented a concert of bhajans and carnatic kirthanais at the Vedic Heritage in Hempstead.

April 23, 2011

Venue: Vedic Heritage Inc, 111 Jerusalem Avenue, Hempstead, NY 11550-6045, (516) 539-9055

Shruti Laya’s Papanasam Sivan Day

Saturday, December 04, 2010; 10:30am

RagaChitra’s Students – Samyuktha ShivRaj, Janani Kannan, Amrita Rajagopal, Meghan Mcloughlin presented Papanasam Sivan’s compositions.

Listen to thier performances

Visit Shruti Laya’s Website

RagaChitra’s 6th Annual Day

Date & Time : Saturday, November 20, 2010; 3 pm to 9 pm

Tamil Christian Church, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

Solo & group performances, Mini concerts, Light Music & more.

RagaChitra Students of all ages, from all over the US present vocal & veena performances, showcasing their skills and talents.

Performances include solo & group performances, mini concerts by senior students & RagaChitra Classical Choir members.

Classical music performances will be followed by light music and dance.

To view/download the flyer: RagaChitra’s 6th Annual Day Invitation

Event Details & Directions

Click here to view pictures of 6th Annual Day.

Click here to view pictures of 5th Annual Day.

Heritage India Festival, Fairfiled, CT

Sunday, September 26, 2010; 11:00am

For more details visit Hindu Cultural Center 

Janmashtami Bhajan Concert

Wednesday, Sep 01, 2010; 8:30 pm

Venue: Ramakrishnananda Yoga Vedanta Mission ( Vishwa Dharma Mandalam)
96 Avenue B , New York, NY 10009

RagaChitra Classical Choir presented Krishna Bhajans on the ocassion of Janmashtami.

Singers: Amrita Rajagopal, Jaya Duvvuri, Kalyan C Mantripragada, Linda G Fernande,Melanie D’Arcy, Mythreyi Vangapati, Prameela Chowdhary Veeramachaneni, Priya Thangaraj, Nomita Rajan,Shyamala Sivalingam, Sonya Devi singh, Samyuktha ShivRaj

Veena Concert of Nivedita ShivRaj

Saturday, April 10, 2010 

Shruti Laya presented Veena Concert of Nivedita ShivRaj at the Queens Library, Flushing.She was accompanied by Shenturaan Tharmarajah on the Mridangam.

For more details click here.

Rang Tarang

Saturday, April 03, 2010; 3 pm

 

Sam ShivRaj presented Bollywood Songs , to the accompaniment of live dancers at the Holi Festival hosted by Hindu Cultural Center of Connecticut.

Sri Annamacharya Day, GA

Saturday, March 27, 2010; 2 pm 

RagaChitra’s students Shree Varshnee & Nitheyasree of Atlanta, GA, presented Annamacharya Kirthanas in Vocal & Veena

New York Tamil Sangam Pongal Celebrations

Date & Time : Saturday, January 30, 2010; 4 pm

RagaChitra band presented Thiruppugazh, Bharathiar songs, Folk songs & old & new Tamil film songs. Dancers accompanied, talented, young vocalists.

RagaChitra’s 5th Annual Day

Date & Time : Saturday, December 12, 2009; 2 pm to 9 pm

To view/download the event flyer: click here.

Tamil Christian Church, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

Students performances, Mini concerts, Light Music & more.

Event Details & Directions

Con Edison Composers’ Residency Concert @ Flushing Town Hall

Date & Time : Sunday, November 08, 2009; 2 pm

Nivedita ShivRaj, FCCA composer in residence, will perform instrumental music from South India blended with western music. The ancient string instrument, Veena, explores the complex ragas, the basis of Indian classical music, while providing a one of-a-kind East-West experience.

Nivedita ShivRaj will present her own compositions on the Veena with Jazz Guitarist Jason Goldstein on the guitar and vocalist Samyuktha ShivRaj on the vocals,.

They will be accompanied by Tripp Dudley & Shenthuraan Tharmarajah on percussion.

Nivedita ShivRaj – Veena
Samyuktha ShivRaj- Vocals
Jason Goldstein – Jazz & Bass Guitar
Tripp Dudley – Kahun, Frame Drums
Shenthuraan Tharmarajah – Mridangam

Admission Free Visit Flushing Town Hall for concert Details

 

This concert is supported by the Con Edison Musicians Residency Composition Program, a program of NYC Performing Arts Spaces, made possible with support from Con Edison. Additional support has been provided by the Amphion Foundation and the Christian A. Johnson Endeavor Foundation.

Carnatic Jazz & Blues by Charanams Band

Date & Time : Friday, November 13, 2009;9:30 pm

The Charanams Band will present a concert blending two great styles of music – Carnatic & Jazz.

Venue : ReCoup Lounge, 210 Rivington Street New York, N.Y. 10002. click here for details.

“Mystic Earth” by Nivedita ShivRaj.

Nivedita ShivRaj presented classical and contemporary compositions on the veena with Jazz guitarist Jason Goldstein and vocalist Samyuktha ShivRaj.

Thursday, October 08 2009; 8:00 pm @Think Cofee Visit Think Coffee 

World Yoga Summit 2009

Date & Time : Sunday, October 04, 2009

Nivedita ShivRaj presents Spiritual Music at the World Yoga Summit.

For more details of the event visit World Yoga Community 

Saraswathi Puja

RagaChitra students celebrate Saraswathi Puja with prayers, puja & group singing.

Date & Time : Saturday, September 26, 2009 ; 5pm – 8pm

Venue:Prepmate Center, 143-30, 38th Ave, Flushing, NY 11355.

Vijayadasami – Vidhayarambham , Monday, Sep 28, 2009

New Classes commences for Vocal & Veena

New Classes on phone for Vocal & Veena.

Click here for details.

Heritage India Festival & Diwali Mela

Sam ShivRaj (Samyuktha) will delight the audience for the third consecutive year with bollywood hits and popular western songs. Sam will also be opening the festival with the National Anthems of US & India.

ALL ARE WELCOME.

Date & Time : Sunday, September 20, 2009 ; 11am – 5pm

Venue: Fairfield Town Green
725 Old Post Road Fairfield CT 06824-6684

For more details of the event visit Hindu Cultural Center 

Purandarasar Day hosted by Shruti Laya

Shruti Laya

RagaChitra Students – Samyuktha ShivRaj, Janani Kannan, Jaya Dhuvvuri, Renu Singuluri presented Purandaradasar Kirthanas at the event.

 Audio of RC Students singing Purandaradasar kirthanas.

●Govinda Ninna by Sam, Janani, Jaya & Renu —

·  Govinda Ninna MP3 audio

●Chandra Chooda by Sam & Janani —

·  ChandraChooda MP3 audio

● Innu Dhaya Baaradhe by Sam & Janani, Jaya & Renu —

·  InnudhayaBharadhe MP3 audio

Mass Appeal – Veena Ensemble in Make Music NewYork

Sunday, 2 :00 pm, June 21 2009 @ Flushing Town Hall

Summer solstice was celebrated in New York by musicians presenting free concerts in public spaces all over the five boroughs of New York City.

RagaChitra returned to MMNY this year with a Veena Ensemble in the Mass Appeal segment. Nivedita ShivRaj conducted and led a Veena ensemble of 7 to 8 veena players performing classical carnatic compositions and contemporary compositions.

Veena, the ancient multi-stringed instrument is majestic, and the music of Veena is graceful, melodious and mesmerising. The Veena Ensemble creates a web of intrigue and captivates the listener transporting them to a world of mythical beauty.

Visit MMNY for more details about the event.Make Music New York

Introduction to Carnatic Music Theory – Workshop

Saturday, July 11 2009; 4:30 pm @ PrepMate Learning Center

Composers Day @ The Hindu Temple of North America

Saturday, March 28 2009; Venue – Sarasawathi Hall, Ganesha Temple, Flushing, NY

RagaChitra’s Students performed kirthanais of great composers namely Bhadrachala Ramadasar, Surdas, Bharathiar, Manicka Vaasagar, Ramalinga Swami, Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavathar, Annamacharya.

Introduction to Carnatic Music Theory – Workshop

Saturday, March 14 2009 @ PrepMate Learning Center presented by Nivedita ShivRaj

Holiday Concert by Nivedita ShivRaj

Thursday, December 18 2008 @ Five Star Restaurant, NY, Hosted by Maya Assurance

Ragachitra Annual Day 2008

Sunday, December 14 2008

Tamil Cultural Center, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

RagaChitra Students of all ages performed bhajans, geethams, varnams and kirthanais on vocal and veena and show cased their talents to an invited audience.

60×60 Dance @ WFC Winter Garden

60×60 Dance has 60 dances performed by more than 60 choreographers and dancers to the music of the 60×60 2008 International Mix. “Rain Dance” a composition of Nivedita ShivRaj was performed at the event.

Nivedita ShivRaj’s composition “Rain Dance” was part of the 60 x 60 Dance. Nivedita ShivRaj is the only carnatic musician to be chosen for the 60 x 60 project.

Date & Time : Friday November 14 at 12:30 and 7:00 pm

Venue: The Winter Garden at the World Financial Center 220 Vesey Street, New York, NY Click here for details

60×60 Dance was performed to the Evolution Mix at Galapagos in Brooklyn about two months ago. It was a hit!

Click here for to watch videos from the Galapagos Evolution Mix performance

India Music Festival

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Tamil Christian Church, 79-11 Caldwell Ave, Middle Village (Queens), NY 11379

Click here for details.

Swara Raga Sudha

6:00 pm Saturday, September 06 2008, Ganesh Temple, Flushing NY

Melodic, Rhythmic presentation of Carnatic Music with Carnatic & Western ensemble.

Nivedita ShivRaj-Veena
Samyuktha ShivRaj – Vocal
Ben Stivers – Keyboard
Samuel Binny – Bass Guitar
Akshay Anantapadmanabhan- Mridangam
Kumar Das – Tabla

This concert was made possible (in part) by the Queens Council of the Arts with Public funding from the New York City Department of cultural Affairs.

For more details about SwaraRagaSudha, click here.

India Heritage Festival

Sunday, September 07 2008 at Fiarfield, CT

Hosted by Hindu Cultural Center

Sam ShivRaj performed Bollywood & Western Songs.

India Music Festival

India Day Parade

Sunday, August 17 2008, 5:30 pm

Hosted by : Federation of Indian Associations

Sam ShivRaj presented patriotic songs.

The 61st Anniversary of the Independence of India at City Hall

Wednesday, August 13 2008, 5:30 pm

Hosted by : New York City Council

Sam ShivRaj presented patriotic songs.

Namo Narayana – Annamacharya Kirthanas

Saturday, June 14, 2008, 4:00 p.m.

Venue: Saraswathi Hall, Ganesh Temple, Flushing, Queens New York

Nivedita ShivRaj & RagaChitra Classical Choir presented their musical production Namo Narayana as part of Sri Venkateswara Mahotsavam Celebrations at the Ganesha temple (June 6th to 15th).

RagaChitra at Make Music New York

Indian classical singer Nivedita ShivRaj (www.niveditashivraj.com), along with her group, performed Indian classical music during MMNY 2008. This was the only Indian classical music performance of MMNY 2008!

The teen singer, Sam ShivRaj (www.samshivraj.com), daughter of Nivedita ShivRaj, presented concerts in 5 locations during MMNY 2008.

MMNY performance schedules:

11:00 am – Sam ShivRaj music performance at Mitchell-Linden Civic Association at the intersection of 31st Road and Union Street, Flushing.

12:00 noon – Nivedita ShivRaj and RagaChitra Music Group concert at Flushing Town Hall.

12:30 p.m. – Sam ShivRaj performance at Flushing Town Hall.

3:00 p.m. – Sam ShivRaj performance at Middle Village Tamil Church Lawns.

4:00 p.m. – Indian cine music at Touch of India, 232, West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018.

5:00 p.m. – Sam ShivRaj pop music at Moon Soup Children’s Center, 1059 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10022.

6:00 p.m. – Sam ShivRaj pop music and Indian cine music at Touch of India, 232, West 37th Street, New York, NY 10018.

Namo Narayana – Annamacharya Kirthanas

Sunday, May 18, 2008, 2:30 p.m. at Center for the Arts, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Host: Capitol Area Telugu Society (CATS)

Nivedita ShivRaj and RagaChitra Classical Choir presented Annamacharya Kirthanas to the accompaniment of digital music.

Lead Singers: Nivedita ShivRaj, Samyuktha ShivRaj

Chorus Singers: Janani Kannan, Amrita Rajagopal, Gayathri Dharmavaram, shruthi Visveswara, Akila Venkatram, Padma Sivakumaran.

Charanam – concert of contemporay Carnatic music

RagaChitra’s 2nd Annual Day

Saturday, December 08, 2007, 4:00 p.m.

Tamil Church, Middle Village, Queens, NY

Ragachitra’s students beginners, juniors and seniors enthralled the audience with 4 hours of classical and light music.

RagaChitra’s Deepavali Celebrations

“Srishti” an echanting Classical Music Concert presented by Mahesh Vinayakram (Son of Ghatam Maestro Vikku Vinayakram)

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Diwali Celebration by Shiv Bhagat Baba Balak Nath Temple

Friday, November 02, 2007, 8:30 p.m.

Venue: Gujarati Sama, Fresh Meadows, NY 11365

RagaChitra students & Choir presented bhajans, devotional songs, bollywood songs.

RagaChitra students at The Deepavali Deepavali Festival

Sunday, October 14, 2007, 12:00 noon

South Street Seaport, New York

Ranjani Mala

Saturday, October 06, 2007, 5:00 pm, Saraswathi Hall, Ganesha Temple, Flushing, NY 11355

Ragachitra will present its unique production “Ranjani Mala” a collection of carnatic compositions on various Ranjani suffixed ragas.

Workshop on Carnatic Music

Nivedita ShivRaj presented a workshop on carnatic music to the incoming freshman at Kingsboro Community College. She was supported by Samyuktha ShivRaj on the vocal.

Date………….. August 23 2007, Thursday
Venue………… Kingsboro Community College, Brooklyn, NY

1st Annual World Cultural Fair at The Atlas Park

RagaChitra Classical Choir performed exotic Indian Classical Songs at The Multicultural Family Festival at The Atlas Park, Queens, NY.

Date………….. August 11, 2007 (Saturday) and August 12, 2007
Venue………… Atlas Park, Queens, NY

Dasanjali

Inspiring Classical Music Concert with Compositions of Purandaradasa, Kanakadasa and more.

Date & Time … 7 p.m., Saturday, August 11, 2007
Venue………… Saraswathy Hall at Ganesh Temple, Flushing, NY

Vocal: Dr.Nagaraj Rao Havaldar
Vocal Support: Omkarnath
Harmonium: Madhu Vora
Tabla: Sai Shyam

Carnatic Music Festival 2007, June 02, 2007

Carnatic Music Festival, a treat for music lovers, music teachers and students is here again. The festival will feature concerts, lecture demonstrations, exhibition, quiz and many more.

Carnatic Music Festival 2007

Celebration of the Life of Alice Coltrane

Nivedita ShivRaj, Janani Kannan & Samyuktha ShivRaj sang compositions of the Jazz musician Alice Coltrane, with Ravi Coltrane’s String orchestra, at the remembarance ceremony organized by the Coltrane Family. They also presented bhajans along with singers from Sai Anantam Ashram, CA.

Date………….. May 17 2007, Thursday
Time………….. 7:00 p.m.
Venue………… St.John The Divine Church, New York

Composers Day

Ragachitra students participated in the Composers Day celebrated by the Hindu Temple, Flushing.

Date………….. May 05 2007, Saturday
Time………….. 3:00 p.m.
Venue………… Ganesha Temple, Flushing, NY 11355
Participants….. Archana Iyer, Meetha Ramu, Samyuktha ShivRaj, Gokul Iyer, Ramya Iyer,Sruthi Shankar,Swetha Gupta, Shreya Gupta

Macy’s Asia Pacific Heritage Month Celebrations

RagaChitra Choir presented bhajans & folk music at the Macy’s Asia Pacific Heritage Month Celebrations.

Date………….. April 29 2007, Sunday
Time………….. 3:00 p.m.
Venue………… Macys, Flushing, NY 11355
Participants….. Akila Venkatram, Archana Iyer, Janani Kannan, Meetha Ramu, Samyuktha ShivRaj
Chorus……….. Gokul Iyer, Ramya Iyer, Shivakumar Iyer, Srinidhi Rao, Lakshmi Rao, Sruthi Shankar, Varshini shankar, Priyanka Algu, Preeti Talathoti, Dakasha Rajabathor, Arvind Rajabathor, Revathi Rajabathor

Ranjani Mala ­ A Garland of Ranjanis

Carnatic Vocal Concert with raga demonstration by Nivedita ShivRaj

The word “Ranjani” in Sanskrit means something that is pleasant, enjoyable and attractive.

Nivedita ShivRaj presented a carnatic vocal concert with raga demonstration on various Ranjani ragas and taking us into the realms of the divine Ranjani ragas. Nivedita ShivRaj gave an insight into Ranjani Ragas, their features, history and some interesting snippets on Ranajani ragas.

Nivedita was supported on the vocal by Janani Kannan and Samyuktha ShivRaj.

Sridhar Subramaniam accompanied the trio on the Mridangam. Sridhar Subramanian. Sridhar Subramanian has been trained in Mridangam by his father Shri T.R. Subramani Iyer. He began learning Mridangam at the age of 10. He is a recipient of several prestigious awards from Srikrishna Gana Sabha and Indian Fine Arts, Chennai. Participated in many concerts in India and USA. Sridhar has been pursuing a dual career at New Jersey as a Software consultant and Mridangist.

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Presented by… The Arch
Date………….. February 25 2007, Sunday
Venue………… ARCH Studios, 66 W. 39th St., 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10018

India Heritage Camp February 2007

Date……… February 19 2007, Monday thru February 23 2007, Friday
Venue……. Flushing, Queens, NY

India Heritage Camp February 2007 (Click here for camp details.)