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Magical Melodies

 MPost |  2013-07-26 19:21:53.0  |  New Delhi

Magical Melodies

One of the most sought after South Indian Carnatic violinist and composer is coming to mesmerise you in the Capital on 26 July. Under the horizon series of Indian Council of Cultural Relations,  Jyostna Srikanth, known for her versatility and ability to collaborate with different genres seamlessly, will spellbind the audience with her music.

 Intermingling carnatic music with a variety of international flavours, Jyotsana brings a fresh take on music with her style.

She is deeply rooted in south Indian classical traditions with a sound knowledge of western classical music as well. Her violin technique has a beautiful blend of bhava, the musical expression or emotion, and finger techniques. It is the result of three decades of persistent experimentation and training.

She has featured in worldwide fests such as Red violin festival in Wales, Womad in UK and the music academy in Chennai, amongst others. She achieved a scholarship in Trinity college of Music, London, where she got a chance to perform in the British parliament in the presence of David Cameroon. 

Having played violin for over 200 films under music directors like Ilaiyaraaja, she is currently working over numerous musical experiments. You would not want to miss out on her performance in the Capital!



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