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Date & Time

Mon, 4 Dec 2023 Mon, 11 Dec 2023

Location

Multiple Venues
Bangalore, India

Kannada has a long tradition of beautiful poetry and music such as vachana and dasa sahitya. Nityotsava is a musical celebration of the creative works of Akka Mahadevi, Allama Prabhu and Basavanna to Kanakadasa, Purandaradasa and others.

There are four shows of this programme.

Date: December 4 | Monday
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
Venue: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Bannerghatta Road

Date: December 5 | Tuesday
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Nayana Auditorium, Kannada Bhavan, Kalasipalyam

Date: December 7 | Thursday
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Courtyard Koota, Kengeri

Date: December 11 | Monday
Time: 7pm – 8:30pm
Venue: Swastika School Of Dance & Music, Jakkur

This is a BIC Elsewhere event.

While the majority of our events find a home at our premises in Domlur, BIC Elsewhere represents our commitment to bringing conversations, arts, and culture directly to diverse audiences. Through this initiative, we collaborate with various venues, extending the reach of our events beyond our own space. These partnerships not only breathe life into our gatherings but also play a crucial role in cultivating an environment for the flourishing of arts and culture in the city.

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Performer

Chitra Srikrishna

Vocals

Chitra Srikrishna is a Carnatic vocalist, writer and adjunct professor of music at Ahmedabad University. As a Carnatic vocalist for over three decades, she has performed live, on the radio, and on television across the world. She has trained under several stalwarts in Carnatic music such as Smt Seethalakshmi Venkatesan, Shri V Subrahmanian, Shri OS Thyagarajan and Smt Lalgudi Rajalakshmi. As a musician and educator, her focus is on making Indian music accessible to a wider audience through workshops and thematic productions.

Her recent productions include Vivartana, Antah Prerna, Bhakti and HumRaag. Chitra produces the Raga Ruminations podcast and RaagTime, a radio show on Indian music. Her writing on culture, musical and social topics has appeared in leading newspapers such as Deccan Herald, The Hindu, Mint, San Jose Mercury News, Sruti, and India Currents. At Ahmedabad University she teaches courses such as Musical Traditions of India, How Music Shapes Cities: Varanasi to NYC, Bhakti and Music:Oral Tradition Radical Change to students across various disciplines. More information is available on her website.