Shri Krupa Dance Company

Saturday Aug 4, 2018 -- 4 pm
Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple

We are pleased to host Guru Vishal Ramani and students & Renowned Orchestra team from Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Sri. Vasudevan Kesavulu has mastered the art of nattuvangam to perfection in the 20 years that he has been Padmabhushan Alarmelvalli’s student. She honored him with the title Layavidyadara in 2013.

He is a highly talented percussionist and a disciple of Sangeetha Kalanidhi Dr. Umayalpuram K.Sivaraman.

He was awarded Vadyakalaimani title by the Tamil Nadu Government Music College, Chennai. He has performed in many theaters and festivals in India and abroad.

Sri Kaushik Champakesan started learning mridangam at the age of 12 under the guidance of Nanganallur Swaminathan.

Kaushik then developed a keen interest in vocal Carnatic music and started learning the art under the tutelage of Smt. Padma Sandilyan. Kaushik is presently under the guidance of Shri A.S. Murali.

In his career, Kaushik has given several performances in sabhas in India and abroad. He has been accompanying many dancers in the field of Bharatanatyam, Mohini attam and Kuchipudi on vocal and nattuvangam.

Sri G. R. Senthil Kumar was trained by his father Sri. G. Ramamoorthy and has been performing mridangam for more than 20 years. He played for leading artists like Padma Shree Dr. Padma Subramaniam, Kalaimamani Indra Rajan and others.

He was been recognized by maestros such as Padma Bhushan Umayalpuram K. Sivaraman and Kalaimamani V. Chitra Vishweswaran

Sri T. S. Ganesh Kumar started training at the age of 9 under the guidance of Pannapattu Sri Venkatesan and went on to learn from Sikkal Sri. Balu and Kovai Sri. B. Dakshinamoorthy. He is currently Pursuing advance training under Padmashree Sangeetha Kalanithi Kumari A. Akanyakumari.

He has been awarded the Kanchi Kamakoti Ashthana vidwan and receipt of Sri Lalgudi Jayaraman award.

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