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Date & Time

Friday Fri, 19 Apr 2024


Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bangalore, Karnataka 560071 India

The concert comprises various composers of the 19th century who have contributed extensively to the Carnatic classical world and have enthralled the audience with their compositions.

Legendary composers like Mysore Vasudevachar, Sree Neelakanta Sivan, Veena Kuppaiyer, Muthiah Bhagavathar, Pattanam Subrahmania Iyer have lived through the 19th century and have given priceless gems in the form of their compositions. Hrudayesh Ramakrishnan, a young artiste tries to balance the richness of the tradition followed in Carnatic music and his youth to bring a new dimension to the music. The concert will explore various compositions, both famous and rare, of these composers.

The title for the evening, Hrudayagaanasudha is an amalgamation of three words, “hrudaya” meaning heart, “gaana” meaning song, and “sudha” meaning nectar or sweetness. Hrudayagaanasudha refers to “the sweetness of music to the heart.” It refers to a song, a melody, or even an experience related to music that brings immense joy or comfort to the heart.

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Hrudayesh R Krishnan


Hrudayesh R Krishnan started performing at concerts when he was 9 and has performed over 450 concerts till date which includes online concerts, sabha concerts, and temple festival and others function performances. He is doing his second year MBBS in Chennai and is currently under the tutelage of Sri Srikanth Gopalakrishnan.

Hrudayesh has won the Tamburu Award from Sri Poornathreyeesha Sangeetha Sabha after winning all the 3 categories of Carnatic Singing competitions. He has also won a silver lamp at Sri Shanmukhananda Fine Arts Competitions in Mumbai and the Lakshmi Gopalakrishnan Endowment award. He has received the Bharat Ratna Dr MS Subbulakshmi Fellowship from Sri Shanmukhananda Fine Arts, Mumbai.

Amogh Nadadur


Amogh Nadadur is a young Indian violinist hailing from Mysuru, Karnataka. He began his musical journey at the tender age of 4, under the expert guidance of esteemed violinist Ganakalabhooshana H K Narasimha Murthy. Over the years, Amogh has amassed an experience of more than 500 concerts, performing solo, duet, trio, and accompaniment across South India in sabhas like Madras Music Academy, Ganabharathi, Nadabrahma and more.

Lokapriya G


Lokapriya G. hails from the family of musicians, he learnt Mridangam from his father, Mridanga N. Gurumurthy who is ‘A’ graded artist of AIR & Doordarshan. He further continued to refine his skills and knowledge under the guidance of the renowned Guru Ganakalabhushana Vid. C. Cheluvaraju.

Lokapriya is a recipient of the scholarship by Karnataka Sangeetha Nruthya Academy. He passed vidwath examination in high first class, and he has been an examiner for the junior examination for talavadhya conducted by the government of Karnataka.

He has performed at various prestigious sabhas like Karnataka Ganakala Parishath, Malleshwaram Sangeetha Sabha, Nadha Jaythi Sangeetha Sabha etc, and is currently teaching mridangam at Jaigopal Garodia Rastrothana Vidya Kendra. He was graduated from MES ACS in 2023.