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Abhishek Raghuram
Abhishek Raghuram, a child prodigy who hails from a family that brims with legendary musicians, has flowered into a high caliber artist with rare talent. Through the unique guidance of his grandfather, the mridangam legend, Sri Palghat Raghu and as a disciple of Vidwan Sri.P.S.Narayanaswamy, Abhishek has gained a deep insight into the intricacies of music.
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Gundecha Brothers
Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha are the leading exponents of the Dhrupad style of music. They are among the most active performers in Indian and international circuits. They were conferred “Padmashri” in 2012 by the Govt. of India  for their contribution in the field of Dhrupad and Indian Classical Music.
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Nishat Khan
Nishat Khan is universally acknowledged as a leading sitar player of his time, transcending musical barriers with his provocative expression and spellbinding technical mastery. The son and disciple of Ustad Imrat Khan Nishat Khan stands at the threshold of the future of sitar and Indian music with his uniquely invigorating, contemporary approach
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Sanjeev Abhyankar
Blessed with an exceptionally sweet voice, his vocation in life was clear right from the age of 3. Born in 1969, Sanjeev started learning Hindustani Classical Music from the tender age of eight. He has been groomed by his mother Dr. Shobha Abhyankar, Pandit Pimpalkhare ji and Padmavibhushan Pandit Jasraj ji. Though his aim had been to pursue a career in music since childhood, he has acquired a bachelor's Degree in Commerce.
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Malladi Brothers
Vidwans Malladi Brothers Sreeramaprasad and Ravikumar were born with a legacy and rich tradition accrued through their grand father Sri Malladi Srirama Murthy and through their father Sri Suri Babu, a disciple of Voleti Sri Venkateswarulu.
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Gupta Brothers
Lakshay & Aayush Mohan Gupta's phenomenal emergence on the concert scene is being seen by musicians and connoisseurs as the revival of the great Sitar-Sarod Duet which was the precursor of the widely popular jugalbandi arrangement today. Their performances of Hindustani Classical Music have won the hearts of audiences across prestigious classical music festivals and venues of the country.
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Indrani Mukherjee
Indrani's great artistic temperament and exceptional aesthetic sensibility has left an indelible impression on the minds of her audiences and critics alike. Indrani hails from a family of musicians. At the age of 3, she started learning under the guidance of her mother Shikha Chatterje
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Kadri Gopalnath
Kadri Gopalnath acquired a taste for music from his father, a nadaswaram vidwan. But nadaswaram didn't sway young Gopalnath. He saw the saxaphone being played in the Mysore palace and set thrilled on hearing the vibrant tone of saxophone , he decided to master it. It took nearly 20 years for Kadri Gopalnath to conquer the complex wind instrument and he was eventually crowned as "Saxophone Chakravathy".
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Zakir Hussain and Celtic Connections
Tabla maestro Zakir Hussain has long explored cross-cultural music fusions with the likes of Mickey Hart, Bla Fleck, John McLaughlin, and Yo-Yo Ma. His newest project, Celtic Connections, pairs the beautiful and flowing melodies of Celtic instruments including bodhran, violin, pipes, flutes, and whistles with Indian tabla, bamboo flute, and Carnatic (south Indian) violin. This groundbreaking ensemble tours North America for the first time with a stellar lineup of Indian and Celtic musicians.
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Rupak Kulkarni
From Shrimati Annapurna Devi, the daughter of Pandit Ravi Shankar�s Guru Baba Allaudin Khan, came the legendary Flute maestro Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, and from this Master came his prime disciple Pandit Rupak Kulkarni, who has given this grand tradition a brand new flavour with his unique sensuality and creativity. Where others have performed ragas, Rupak has recreated ragas.
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Shashank Subramanyam
A Grammy nominated exponent of the Bamboo Flute, Shashank stormed into the music world at the age of six in 1984.� He was the youngest musician to have been invited by The Music Academy, Chennai to perform the senior most slot of The Music Academy, (often performed by Legends of Indian Classical Music), at the age of 12� - a record yet to be broken in the history of South Indian Music.
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S. Sowmya
A Carnatic musician by profession, Sowmya�s life has been soaked in melody from the very beginning. Growing up in a traditional South Indian family, she had her initial tutelage in music from her father Dr. Srinivasan, a Chemical Engineer with an enduring passion for Carnatic Music.
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Dattatreya Velankar
Born into a family of Keertanakaras, Shri Dattatreya Velankar has inherited a unique lineage from his parents, Sri. Lakshmandas Velankar and Smt. Meera Lakshmandas. Inspired by his parents, Dattatreya took up Harikatha at a tender age and made his mark as a child prodigy. During his early schooling at the Ramakrishna Balakashrama in Mangalore, Swami Jitakamanandaji and Sri. Achyutadasji encouraged Dattatreya to seek guidance in Hindustani classical music under the renowned maestro, Pt. Vinayak Torvi.
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