Spring music festival

Sri Rama Lalitha Kala Mandira has organised a series of concerts for a period of one week

Sri Rama Lalitha Kala Mandira was started way back in 1955 by Sri G Vedanta Iyengar. The institute has since been conducting various music related programmes. It, in fact, celebrated its Thousandth concert day on 13th February 2008.

Sri rama Lalitha Kala Mandir

Sri Rama Lalitha Kala Mandir

As usual, this year, a series of concerts are being organized for a period of one week, starting 7th February 2009. The venue is Mangala Mantapa, NMKRV College, Jayanagar. While admission is free, seating would be on a first come basis, especially as all the artistes who would be enthralling the audiences with their music are very popular. The week long festival will culminate with a dance recital on 14th February 2009.

The program schedule is as given below:

Spring music festival from 7th February 2009 to 14 February 2009, daily at 5.45 PM at Mangala Auditorium, Jayanagar

  • Ranjani and Gayathri – Nalina Mohan – C. Cheluvaraj – Sukanya Ramgopal
    Date : 7th February 2009
  • Sanjay Subramanyam – Nagai Muralidharan – Naiveli Venkatesh – Trichy K. Murali
    Date : 8th February 2009
  • Neela Ramgopal – V.V. Ravi – Naiveli Narayanan – Dr. S. Karthick
    Date : 9th February 2009
  • M.S. Sheela – Mysore V. Srikanth – H.S. Sudhindra – B.S. Purushothaman
    Date : 10th February 2009
  • P. Unnikrishnan – H.K. Venkatram – Arjun Kumar – Giridhar Udupa
    Date : 11th February 2009
  • Rudrapatnam Brothers – Akkarai Subbalakshmi – Mannargudi A. Eswaran – M.A. Krishna Murthy
    Date : 12th February 2009
  • Bombay Jayashri Ramnath – Embar S. Kannan – Poongalam Subramanyam – K.V. Gopalakrishnan
    Date : 13th February 2009
  • Bharatanatyam and Kathak recital by Nirupama Rajendra and Rajendra
    Date : 14th February 2009

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