Reviews and Interviews:
Film review by Baradwaj Rangan
Letting the artiste be one with nature
To sing with the Tambura has been revealing
Krishna’s One breaks musical ground
One with music
Seeing Carnatic Music in a new light
Classy film captures concert in the hills
Svanubhava is a cultural movement in celebration of Indian art like never before, exposing students to various Indian art forms. It is a unique event conducted by the students of the performing arts.
Urur Olcott Kuppam Festival
The Urur-Olcott Kuppam Margazhi Festival is conceived to heal art, and help art heal by opening art and artists to new audiences and different environments.
Reviews and Interviews (2016):
Carnatic music by the bay
Glimpse of the Celebration
Lounge Loves: Sabha on the Beach
Fest by the Beach
An Equal Music
Start of a Revolutionary Movement
Reviews and Interviews (2015):
Paraiattam by the sea
Caste, Class and the Classical
Hallowed Halls to Beach
TMK’s bold new attempt
TMK’s curtain-raiser on the beach
It’s a living museum
Margazhi at the Kuppam
Music soars beyond the boundaries
Taking Ragas to the Kuppam
Margazhi ventures into the unknown
A new musical wave
Spotlight on a stage of sand
Music for the masses
Sumanasa Foundation is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2004 with the aim to bring support and aid to the talented young students in underdeveloped rural areas. Since then, the Foundation has started several initiatives from talent promotion to bringing music to children with special needs.
Jnanarnava means “Ocean of knowledge.” The trust has taken many steps to establish its mission from the fundamental value of preserving traditions.
Kalaachaara Marumalarchi Trust is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2005 with the aim to bring performing arts back to the temples of South India and preserve its rich culture and heritage.
Shabda is a project aimed at creating an online archive of the various aspects pertaining to the Indian Performing Arts. As performing artistes, we realized that a lot of valuable knowledge content on Indian performing arts is either unavailable or not in the proper form of documentation.