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Melodious Mukundamala

Vidwan A. Sundaresan had set to music Kulasekara Azhwar's Mukundamala. On the occasion of the musician's Remembrance Day, June 26, his disciples, Vasumathi Desikan, Gayathri Venkataraghavan, Sankari Satish, Savitha Sriram and others will present the musical version of Mukundamala at the Ragasudha Hall at 6.15 p.m. A.G. Venkatabramanian and Ganapathiraman will be the accompanists.

Course on rare kritis

Sampradaya is conducting a course for performing artists and senior music students, on rare kritis by Annamacharya, Bhadracahalam Ramadas, Tyagaraja and Sadasiva Brahmendra from July 1 to 6, 11a.m. to 1 p.m., at Parvathi hall, Eldams Road, Alwarpet. The resource person is Malladi Suribabu. For details, contact Sampradaya (Geetha Rajagopal) at 2452 1217 or 98841 88068.

Vocal recital

Hamsadhwani presents a vocal recital by Dr. S. Sundar on June 25, 6.15 p.m. at Youth Hostel, 2 nd Avenue, Indiranagar, Adyar. He will sing kritis poularised by his guru D.K. Jayaraman.

On June 26, 6 p.m., women achievers Andal, Kannamma and Ranjani Umapathy will be honoured (in association with Sri Krishna Sweets) and later Harikatha on ‘Rasa Leela' will be presented by N.V. Alamelu and Dr.V. Subbaraman.

Dance recital

Kaladiksha presents the Bharatanatyam programme of Berki and Mariann Adasz, disciples of Meenakshi Chitharanjan, on June 28, 6.45 p.m. The programme will take place at R.K. Swamy Auditorium, Sri Sivasamy Kalalaya S.S. School, 5, Sundareswarar Street, Mylapore.

Music festival

Nada Sudha, Velachery, is conducting a five-day music festival from June 29 to encourage young and budding artists. Two programmes will be held every day. An artist with outstanding talent will be conferred the ‘Nada Yuva Rathna' title which carries a citation and a cash award. For details call 94444 65536.

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