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    Indian Classical Instrumental Veena Concert by Jayanthi Kumaresh

    SRUTI - The India Music and Dance Society

    775 W. Main Street, Trappe, PA 19426
    • Saturday April 13th 2019, 4:30pm to 7:00pm
    Sruti invites you to attend a Grand Carnatic Veena Concert by Jayanthi Kumaresh, accompanied by Janardhana Rao on the Mridangam and Pramath Kiran on Tabla.

    Dr. Jayanthi Kumaresh is India’s torch bearer worldwide for Saraswati Veena, the National Instrument of India. An artiste, collaborator, composer, researcher, creator, pioneer, and educator – Dr. Jayanthi’s life achievements over 30 years, truly embody the rich musical heritage of India – making her one of the legendary Veena masters that India has ever produced.

    Dr Jayanthi has performed at many prestigious organizations in India and around the world including Theatre de la Ville and Musee Guimet in Paris, the UN, the World Music Centre (New York) & the Woodstock festival in the United States, several Indo-German Societies, the Darbar Festival in the UK, the Indian embassy at Sharjah etc. as the cultural ambassador of India.

    She has received many awards including “Sangeetha Choodamani”, “Kalaimamani” by the Government of Tamil Nadu, “Veena Naada Mani”, “Kala Ratna”, “Sathyashree”, “Gaana Varidhi”, and is a seven-time recipient of The Music Academy, Chennai’s “Award for Veena”.

    Watch the Video by Jayanthi to Sruti community personally inviting you and explaining why you should attend her concert: Video Link

    Learn about Dr Jayanthi Kumaresh and enjoy her music snippets and lectures by visiting her Youtube channel and her website

    "Jayanthi Kumaresh is a master of the Saraswati veena, the sounds emanating being nothing but pleasant" - The Hindu, Jan 18, 2018

    Details and tickets are available at Eventbrite ; Event is free for Sruti Sponsors
    $15 - $50
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