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Sunday, October 11, 2009 4:37:51 PM (IST)  

Bahrain: Esther, Anuradha to 'Lighten Up' Kannada Sangha's Musical Concert

Esther, Anuradha to 'Lighten Up' Kannada Sangha's Musical Concert
News & Pics: Kamalaksha Amin
 

Manama/Bahrain, Oct 11: Karnataka award winner Kannada Sangh of Bahrain will organize a musical concert Rami Musical Concert of Kannada musicians and singers at the lawns of Delmon International Hotel here on Friday October 16 at 6.00 pm. The musical extravaganza is organized to celebrate Deepavali, the festival of lights with the traditional touch.

Music City, the local musical troupe will accompany the songs to be sung by popular playback singer Anuradha Bhat and well known singer Ganesh S and promising singer Esther Noronha, who will sing Kannada, Hindi and Konkani songs, while the audiences are assured of gala time for nearly four hours.


  
Jungli fame Anuradha Bhat   

At present Kannada’s most popular playback singer Anuradha Bhat will be the chief attraction of the concert. Anuradha became popular singing for Kannada movies Jungli, Ambari, Savari, Iniya and also has sung for over 50 movies so far. Anuradha has reached the popularity charts by singing pop, classical, western and devotional genre apart from staging musical concerts along with country’s popular sings such as S P Balu, Hariharan, Shankar Mahadevan, Suresh Wadekar, Chithra, S Janaki and Usha Uthup among others. She has also extended her musical chords for the well known music directors such as Gurukiran, Hamsalekha, Ileyaraja, Harikrishna and Manumurthy to name a few. 

Anuradha, a gifted singer has worked with music directors in Kannada, Tamil, English, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Telugu and Tulu among others. 


Ganesh of Blue Boys Musical Troupe 


He is a talented singer and has entertained the musical-buffs in Bangalore for over 2 decades, through founding Blue Boys musical troupe, which has staged several musical concerts across India. He has been associated with India’s popular musicians such as Vijay, Jesudas, Srinivas, Sujatha, Kabini and others. At the concert, he will enthrall the audience with the hit numbers of the late Kishore Kumar, Mukesh, Hemanth and Mohammed Rafi 



Esther Noronha 


She is an upcoming singer who has staged musical programmes in Mangalore and Mumbai. She will entertain the musical-buffs here at the Rami Musical Concert, with fast music targeted at the youth.


Abayachandra Jain 

Veteran Karnataka Congress leader and Moodbidri–Mulky MLA Abayachandra Jain will be the Chief Guest of the Evening. Rami Group of Hotels and Resorts group general manager Shantharam Shetty will be the Guest of Honour of the occassion. 
 
The entry is open to all. "We acknowledge the continuous support extended by Rami Group to Kannada Sangha in promoting Kannada language, culture and arts in Bahrain. "- says president of Sangha Austin Santosh.

For more details, contact Bahrain Kannada Sangh president Austin Santosh Kumar on 39837771 or Kamalaksha Amin on 36787653.



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Gayathri, Surathkal
Monday, October 12, 2009

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