Sruti presents Carnatic Indian Classical Violin Duet
Co-presented with Crossroads Music and University of Pennsylvania South Asia Center

Violin Duet with "Sangeetha Choodamani" Sri Mannargudi Easwaran and Vijay Ganesh on the double Mridangam

Saturday, April 25, 2015 4:30 PM

Meyerson Hall, B-1 (Basement)
School of Design
University of Pennsylvania
210 South 34th Street (Corner of 34th and Walnut Street and across from Starbucks)
Philadelphia PA

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About Nagai Muralidharan   

Nagai Muralidharan was born on December 4, 1958 to Sri. R.Rajagopalan and Smt. R. Komalavalli. He began his violin tutelage under his mother Smt. R. Komavalli.Nagai Muralidharan later underwent further training from Sri. R. S. Gopalakrishnan. Nagai Muralidharan's maiden performance was at the age of 10 and his career as a violinist has spanned for over 4 decades. Today, he is a top-ranking violinist, noted for his clarity, rich tonal quality, and crispness, and has developed a distinct scholarly style of his own. Nagai Muralidharan is also a regular feature in the Radio Sangeetha Sammelan concerts on Doordharshan, and as an accompanist in several CDs and cassettes. Additionally, he also served as a violin artiste in All India Radio, Trichy from 1978 to 2003. Over the years, Nagai Muralidharan has traveled and performed in countries all over the world including USA,Canada,Australia,Europe,Singapore,Malaysia,Dubai,Muscat,Doha,Behrain. Read more about the artiste

About Nagai Sriram   

Nagai Sriram commenced his career as a violinist at the age of 12 when he played for Neyveli Santhanagopalan in New Delhi. Since then, he has accompanied many leading artists including R.K. Srikantan, M. Balamuralikrishna, P. Unnikrishnan, T. N. Seshagopalan, T.V. Sankaranarayanan, O. S. Thyagarajan, Madurai Seshagopalan,K.V. Narayanaswamy, S. Sowmya,Hyderabad Brothers, Dr. N. Ramani, Sanjay Subramaniam, T. M. Krishna, and the Carnatica Brothers. Read more about the artiste