SMC Virtual Concert April 2022
Dear Music Rasikas,
We would like to invite you with family and friends to our Monthly Virtual Concert
5.15 PM - 7.15 PM: Vocal concerts by Smt. Subha Harinath accompanied by Sri. Balaji Jagannadhan on Violin and Sri. Sivakumar Sethupathi on Mrudangam.
Below are links to the live broadcast channels:
YouTube Channel link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCManTfGGypoB0nX9k8dmoQw
Facebook Channel link:
Smt. Subha Harinath
Subha Harinath was introduced to music at a very young age and has the privilege of undergoing training from disciples of the famous Carnatic Music legends. Subha was introduced to music and continue to train with her mother Smt. Rajalakshmi Venkatachari - disciple of Shri.B.Rajam Iyer . She did her initial training under Shri. Sethurama Iyer - disciple of Shri. Madurai Mani Iyer. Subha continues her advanced training under Smt. Prema Hariharan - disciple of Shri. Kalyanaraman. She along with her guru Smt. Prema Hariharan released audioChinna Chinna Slokangal andThaye Thulasamma which was a great success in Chennai. She was very fortunate to be the lead singer for the dance balletKreeda by Prof.C.V.Chandrashekar which was a huge hit in Sydney and Canberra. Subha has been part of music circle in Australia performing in Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney and also has been lead singer for charity fund raising dance ballet's organised in Sydney. Subha has had training in playing the Carnatic Violin under the guidance of Parur.Shri.M.S.Anantharaman. She is currently a Corporate IT professional, teaching Carnatic Music to a handful of very talented and dedicated students. Subha aims to provide young students with a holistic understanding and appreciation of South Indian Music.
Sri. Balaji Jagannadhan
Balaji Jagannadhan learnt vocal and instrumental Carnatic music from Bangalore Smt R. Thangammal, herself a disciple of Vidwan Sri R R Keshavamurthy. Balaji hails from the steel city of Jamshedpur, India, and is a frequent performer at Carnatic forums in Sydney and Brisbane. He is a enthusiast of both schools of music Carnatic and Hindustani. He has also contributed to the musical choreography for a few classical dance recitals.
Sri. Sivakumar Sethupathi
Siva had his training in mridangam under Guru Sri T.S. Janakiraman, a disciple of Sri Palani Subramania Pillai. He was a recipient of music scholarship awarded by the Centre For Cultural Resources and Training, Government of India. He is a sought-after mridangam artiste for Carnatic music programs, Bharatanatyam recitals and Sampradaya Bhajans in Australia. He has accompanied several leading artistes from India. Siva is a founding member of Sydney Bhajan Mandali.