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Mangaluru: Sangeet Bharati Foundation to present two-day ‘Vasantotsav’ on Mar 16, 17


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Mangaluru, Mar 14: The city’s renowned music organisation ‘Sangeet Bharati Foundation presents ‘Vasantotsav’ a two-day music festival on March 16 and 17 from 6:00 pm at Town Hall.

‘Violin - Flute Jugalbandi’ will be held on March 16 at 6.00 pm in which internationally renowned Vid Kumaresh and Surmani Pravin Godkhindi will present a musical feast of Carnatic-Hindustani combination. Vid Patri Satish Kumar of Chennai will be on Mridangam and Aditya Kalyanpur of Mumbai will be on Tabla.

On March 17, a Hindustani Vocal Concert will be rendered by the renowned Padmashree Awardee Pt. Ulhas Kashalkar of Pune from 6.00 pm. Swapneel Bhise of Mumbai will accompany him on Tabla and Krishna Mukhedkar of Sangli on the Harmonium.


(From L to R): Aditya Kalyanpur, Pt Ulhas Kashalkar, Surmani Pravin Godkhindi, Vid Kumaresh, Vid Patri Satish Kumar

The vice-president of Sangeet Bharati Foundation Narendra L Nayak has invited the music lovers to attend this programme and utilise this great opportunity which is open to all.

Karnataka Bank Limited is the main sponsor of ‘Vasantotsav’. The co-sponsors are Ideal Ice-Cream, Canara Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, Expert group of Institutions, Corporation Bank, LIC of India and School Book Company, Mangaluru.

The president of the organisation Ustad Rafique Khan, vice-president Narendra L Nayak, secretary Dr Ushaprabha N Nayak and the trustee Karunakar Balkur were present in the press meet.


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