Tag: Carnatic Music

Sangam, a new wave

Written by Vishnu Arunasalam and Sumathi Krishnan Escaping the smoke ridden smoggy skies of Sydney, I inadvertently fell into winds kindling fires of a different kind in Melbourne, during the weekend of the 21st of November 2019. Fires which aspired…

Sydney Music Festival 2019

Swaya -Laya Fine Arts Society invites you to the 13th annual Sydney Music Festival for 2019 to be held on the 8th, 9th & 10th of June (Queen’s Birthday Weekend) at the Riverside Theatre, Parramatta Cnr of Church St and Market St.  This year an…

Four Genres in a day

It is rarer occasion to see four classical styles in one day in Sydney. Whilst some bemoan that this is too much dance in a day, for many others it is slowly becoming a Madhuram Academy of Performing Arts [MAPA]…

Veena Vocal Concerts

54th Spirit of India Concerts 2015   The atmosphere was thick with anticipation. From the very moment she began to fine-tune the strings we were captivated; those first strains of the shadjam and panchamam resounded strikingly in the silent auditorium…

Shadja’s First Concert Series

The Australian tour of acclaimed Carnatic musicians Sri G. Ravi Kiran (vocal) and Sri Trivandrum Sampath (violin), who will be accompanied by our very own local percussionists,  Bala Sankar and Nanthesh Sivarajah. . The Sydney concert will be held at Pennant…

Pallavi goes Gen Next

Pallavi, a non-profit organisation devoted to providing Sydney with quality Carnatic music inaugurated its milestone twentieth year with a superb concert by Sri Sandeep Narayan on Sunday 19th April 2015. Sandeep, a senior disciple of Sri Sanjay Subrahmanyan is one…