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Launching #GrihaSangeetham – 2016 | Mangaluru

Beauty Wall Spot in association with Shree Krishna Gana Sudha is launching the #GrihaSangeetham - 2016 on the 11th of May 2016 Saturday at "Shree Krishna Gana Sudha Music School", Sharada Nivas, Mannagudda, Mangalore, Karnataka, INDIA. This time the program is a violin duet by two young violinists, from Shree Krishna Gana Sudha and Beauty Wall Spot family - Violin Vishwas Krishna and Sajjan Acharya. Both are the disciples of Violin Maestro Vidwan Sri Vittal Ramamoorthy, Chennai
 
#GrihaSangeetham is an innovative concept where in a music, yakshagana, bharatanatyam, or any performing art is performed by young artists of the family of the program sponsors or by the artists associated with Beauty Wall Spot
 
The venue for the program may be the residence of the sponsor or of his choice and the gathering will be the family members and the invitees. Such programs provide a platform for the blooming young talents and motivate the growing students to excel in the art form. More to that the small gathering gets an opportunity to recognize the talent and experience the pleasure of part taking in the development of a star.

What is #GrihaSangeetham?


"#GrihaSangeetham is an innovative concept where in a music, yakshagana, bharatanatyam, or any performing art is performed by young artists of the family of the program sponsors or by the artists associated with Beauty Wall Spot."


 Timings:

4:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.


 

This time the performing artists are Mr.Violin Vishwas Krishna and Mr. Sajjan Acharya. Violin Vishwas Krishna is the promoter of the Beauty Wall Spot, an innovative art promotion project, first of its kind anywhere in the world. He is known violinist of Mangalore having performed on various stages across the state and neighbouring state. He is also a teacher for aspiring violinists. Sajjan Acharya is a well accepted violinist of this area, still studying for his engineering degree in Hassan. Sajjan Acharya has performed on AIR Hassan many times. This duo has performed on many stages enthralling the audience with Lalgudi Bani. Another young Artist - Mr.Harikrishna Bhat, an engineer by profession, is accompanying this duo on Mridangam. He is versatile in the percussion instrument Mridangam and a disciple of Akashavani Artist K. H. Ravikumar. He has performed on many stages and acquired a special status among the Mridangist of this region.

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