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THANKS TO the Hindustani classical music clubs that have sprung up in the city recently, one gets to listen to good musicians from different Gharanas. One of the most prominent artistes from the intricate Jaipur-Antrauli Khayal Gayaki tradition, Ashwini Bhide is singing in Chennai for `Raaga, A Gathering' on November 28 at Ragasudha Hall, Mylapore.

Ashwini is not new to Chennai and has performed at the prestigious Music Academy. Winner of the President's Gold Medal at the All India Radio music competition in 1977, Ashwini has been learning under Pt. Narayana Rao Dutt, Pt. Ratnakar Pai and from her own mother, Manik Bhide, a student of Kishori Amonkar.

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