Sikkil

Sikkil Gurucharan
Live carnatic Concert
Sikkil C. Gurucharan is among the foremost young performing musicians of Carnatic music in India. He is the grandson of Sikkil Kunjumani, elder of the internationally acclaimed flautists – the Sikkil Sisters.
Gurucharan has been under the tutelage of Vaigal Shri S. Gnanaskandan and is currently being mentored by Shri B. Krishnamurthy. He is an ‘A’ grade All India Radio artist. The magazine India Today featured him among 35 Game Changers Under (the age of) 35 in India, a list of young achievers from different walks of life.Read more…

Accompanied by

V Sanjeev (Violin)
Sanjeev was inculcated into music at an early age and was brought up in a musical background. At the tender age of three he was found to have a unique ability to translate songs into swaras. He inherited the essence of Carnatic music from his versatile mother, Smt. Brinda Venkataramanan, a disciple of Tanjore Sri S. Kalyanaraman. His early tutelage of violin was under Alandur Sri Nataraja Iyer and he continued learning violin from Kalaimamani Kum. A. Kanyakumari since 1992. Having given his debut solo concert in 1994, in 1998, Sanjeev started his musical career as accompanying violinist. He gained considerable reputation as an accompanist to many eminent vocalists in carnatic music. Sanjeev, Over the years, has stood out as one of the most talented artistes of his generation and continues to evolve a unique style for himself which is rich in gamaka and bhava. Read more…

NC Bhardwaj (Mridangam)
Sri. N.C. Bharadwaj is a young percussionist, who started learning Mridangam at a tender age of 6. He had his initial training under Srivancheyam Sri S Gopalan, Nanganallur Shri R Sriram and is currently under the able guidance of Padma Vibhushan, Sangeetha Kalanidhi Dr Umayalpuram Sri K Sivaraman. He is also an A Graded artiste of AIR, Chennai.
Undergoing intensive training under Padma Vibhushan Awardee, Sangeetha Kalanidhi, Kalaimamani, Mridangam Legend DR. UMAYALPURAM K SIVARAMAN. Initial coaching under Nanganallur Shri R. Sriram and (Late) Srivancheyam Shri S. Gopalan.