Dr. Shruti Jauhari

A rare blend of Performing Artist, Teacher, Historian, Author & Guru on Hindustani Classical Music. Highly Creative and Melodious due to which the Khayaal Gayaki & Thumri comes to her naturally.

Friday, February 6, 2015

Nādasangamam Music Workshop 2015 @ Thennangur

Sri Panduranga temple, Thennangur

Narada Gana Sabha Trust (Phone No. 2499 3201)

6th to 8th February, 2015 At Thennangur

About the residential camp for young musicians…

Nadasangamam as the name implies is an effort to instill in young artists the rich musical tradition of South India. It is not just about singing or performing well. It is an ethos wherein the student learns about yoga, breathing exercises, voice training, manodharma in music, the richness of our compositions, other allied arts like harikatha and bhajana sampradaya.

A two day workshop for young aspiring musicians between 6th and 8th February will be conducted at the Temple Complex of Dakshina Haalaasyam at Thennangur about 110 km away from Chennai.

Dr. R. S. Jayalakshmi will be the Convenor of the camp. Dr. Sumathi Krishnan will co ordinate the event. Eminent musicians, scholars and experts in the field including Sangita Kalanidhi Smt. R. Vedavalli, Chitra Veena Sri R. Ravikiran, Sri A.S. Murali, Dr. Shruti Jauhari and Dr. R.S. Jayalakshmi will conduct the sessions. There will be talks, interactive sessions, lecdems, and opportunity for creative development.

Participants will learn in a serene environment in close proximity with the gurus and will also get an opportunity to express their musical talent. They will also be required to do some prior preparation for the workshop.

The music camp is designed to stimulate interest and inspire the creative element latent in the participants.

R. Krishnaswami


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