Sruti presents Sriranjani Santhanagopalan Carnatic Vocal Concert

Accompanied by V.V.S Murari on Violin, Trivandrum V. Balaji on Mridangam and K.V.Gopalakrishnan on Kanjira.

Sunday, October 25, 2015 3:30 PM

Bharatiya Temple Auditorium
1612 County Line Road
Chalfont, PA 18914

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Event is free for all Sruti sponsors, Patron Sponsors and Concert Patrons

Sriranjani Santhanagopalan, a very talented youngster has been making remarkable progress in the field of classical carnatic music. She is the most sought after vocalist of today. She is the daughter and disciple of the famous musician and musicologist Neyveli Santhanagopalan. She is the recipient of many awards and titles. She has traveled widely and have been part of many prestigious festivals.


V.V.S.Murari, a renowned violinist , composer , educator is the 4th generation musician of his family. His penchant for classical music was evident from his age of 2. He started learning from his grandfather Vadakkencheri Veeraraghava Bhagavathar and later trained under his illustrious father Maestro V.V.Suubrahmanyam. He also trained under the doyen Padma Vibushan Dr. Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer.
He has shared the stage with veteran musicians and percussionists from a very young age.
Murari has worked with world class musicians & composers in many projects & traveled extensively being part of many national & international festivals.
He is the Founder & Director of VVS Foundation imparting musical knowledge to the aspirants across the globe.


Trivandrum V. Balaji, a well-known mridangam (Double headed Indian drum) artiste. He started learning from Trivandrum Shri. R. Vaidyanathan and later from the percussive legend Palghat Sri.R.Raghu.
Balaji has traveled widely and performed with many classical indian musicians being part of international festivals.


K.V.Gopalakrishnan, fondly called by all as KVG, is a very well known Kanjira (Frame drum) artiste. He started learning from his father Sri. K.V.R.S.Mani, a senior kanjira artiste. He later had his tutelage from the percussive legend Sri. T.K.Murthy.
KVG has shared the stage with veteran musicians and percussionists. He has been part of many international festivals alongside top artistes from India & has worked with leading film music directors in Indian movies.