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Dr L. Subramaniam Live In Concert

Dr. L Subramaniam presents the art of Carnatic music.

Described as the Paganini of Indian Classical Music, and having performed with the likes of Herbie Hancock and George Harrison is Dr. L Subramaniam.

Performing one of the most sophisticated melodic and rhythmic structures in the world, in his intense three-part recital at Confluence. The violin entered Carnatic music traditions in the early 19th century and has today become one of the most important instruments on the concert platform. The South Indian violin is almost identical to the Western violin, but differs in tuning and playing position.

Dr. Subramaniam will be  starts this recital with a compositional form called the varnam, which he performs in multiple speeds by dividing every beat into different pulses. The second piece is a compositional form called kriti, which is the backbone of Carnatic music. The final piece is a ragam-tanam-pallavi, a complicated and involved form which segues into a completely improvised, evocative and challenging conclusion.

'I find nothing more inspiring than the music making of my very great colleague Subramaniam each time I listen to him, I am carried away in wonderment.' - Lord Yehudi Menuhin.

Hindi classical by Kavita Krishnamurti Subramniam
Classical carnatic concert presentation by Dr. LS
Collaboration between Dr LS & Kavita 

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