SMC Monthly Concert - June 2018

Dear Music Rasikas,

SMC would like to invite you with family and friends to Monthly Concert - June 2018 to be held on June 30th 2018 at the Dundas Community Centre, 21 Sturt Street, Telopea.

04:00 PM - 05:00 PM: Veena concert by Kum. Akshata Sandesh accompanied by Chi. Sumukha Jagadeesh on Mridangam 

05:10 PM - 07:10 PM: Vocal recital by Smt. Gayathri Bharat accompanied on Voilin by Sri. Sanjay Ramaswamy,  on Mridangam by Sri. Charan Vedumuri

Artiste Profiles:

Smt. Nadhamuni Gayatri Bharat

Nadhamuni Gayatri Bharat, started learning from her father Sri Lakshminarasimhan at the age of 5, later came under the tutelage of two great stalwarts, Sangeetha Kalanidhi Prof S Ramanathan and Kalaimamani Vairamangalam Lakshminarayanan and recieved advanced training for several years. She has also had advanced training under Late Jayalakshmi Santhanam and Smt Meena Subramaniam. She has performed across the globe. She has released several singles, EPs and albums, which can be found below.

Official Artist Channel - bharat/1478876210 

Chi. Sanjay Ramaswamy

Sanjay Ramaswamy learns vocal music from Dr. M.S Ramanathan and from Sri Alepey Venkatesan. He was initiated into vocal music by Smt Radha Kalyan. He also plays the violin, having learnt it initially from Sri Nagaraj Iyer and then Sri Balaji Jagannadhan for over a decade. He is currently learning from Sri B U Ganesh Prasad. Sanjay has won many prizes in various musical competitions held in Sydney. He regularly accompanies musicians on the violin in the various music forums across Australia. Sanjay holds a dual Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Economics degree from the University of New South Wales

Chi. Sumukha Jagadeesh

Sumukha's early rhythmic childhood at the age of 4 and half had an inspiring upshot on Sri Arun of Bangalore and he initiated Sumukha into the world of Carnatic percussion. Then, Sumukha continued his training under the tutelage of Sri Suthanthiraraj for the next 10 years. He had the opportunity to play Mridangam and Kanjira in the Thyagaraja and Swathi Tirunal festivals and he won prizes in the mridangam competitions conducted by SwaraLaya. He is keen in learning all percussion instruments. He is currently mentored by Sri Melakkaveri Balaji. Sumukha is in 2nd year Uni doing Chemical Engg and Bachelor of Science at UNSW and his main interests are music, table tennis and cricket.