Pune: Talented artists from world of Indian Classical Musicians to perform at ‘Swaraunmesh’

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Pune, 27th July 2022: To celebrate the rise of the Indian Classical Music and promote the younger artists, the Vasantrao Deshpande Prathishthan has organized a two-day musical program called ‘Swaraunmesh’ on Saturday, July 30 and Sunday July 31, 2022 at 9 PM at Yashwantrao Chavan Natyagruha, Kothrud. The program is in its second. Entry to the program is free.

On Saturday, the first day of the program, the program will have performances by young vocalists Ishwar Ghorpade, Rujuta Lad and Aditya Modak. On Sunday, there will be performances by vocalists Shruti Vishwakarma, Ramakant Gaikwad and violinist Manas Kumar. The artists will be accompanied by Abhishek Shinkar on harmonium, Pranav Gurav and Tanay Rege on tabla.

About the artists

Ghorpade has taken music lessons from Pt. Vitthalrao Jagtap in Latur and Pt. Vijay Koparkar. He teaches music at Lalit Kala Kendra of Savitribai Phule Pune University.

Aditya, who has won the Filmfare Award for his debut film ‘The Disciple’ is a recipient of Pt. Sawai Gandharva Scholarship, Bharat Ratna Pt. Bhimsen Joshi Scholarship and National Scholarship.

Rujata Lad has trained for about 12 years under vocalist Ganayogini Pandita Dhondutai Kulkarni of the Jaipur Atrauli gharana. At present, she learns harmonium from Pt. Sudhir Nayak.

Shruti, granddaughter of national kirtan artist, Narayan Shastri Godbole and daughter and disciple of Kirana Gharana vocalists, Jayanti Vishwakarma and Ganapatrao Vishwakarma, has taken music lessons from Gwalior Gharana vocalist, Veena Sahasrabuddhe and from Pt. Kedar Bodas of Agra and Bhendibazar Gharana. A recipient of many prestigious awards and scholarships in the field of music, Shruti has performed at many renowned music festivals in India.

Ramakant Gaikwad, who is considered one of the young and promising rising stars of Indian classical music, took music lessons from Jagdish Prasad, a disciple of Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. He is currently studying Kirana and Patiala style under Ustad Nayan Ghosh.

Manas Kumar, who holds a degree in Physics, received his early education in violin from his father G. Chamua and later studied violin under Pt. Bidyut Misra of Guwahati’s for 11 years.

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