Morning music at Navartri time. In the open air.

The music of the violin and that of the mridangam. Music from two well-known Carnatic music artistes – R K Shriram Kumar and Arun Prakash. This was the music that floated across the open air concert gallery off C P Ramaswamy Road in Alwarpet this Thursday morning, signalling a musical prayer at Navaratri time

Sunaadalahari, the musical wing of Indira Ranganathan Trust based in. Alwarpet is holding a nine-day “Navaratri Suprabata Sangeetha Seva” at its open air venue.

Today, as the concert moved on a few people of the hosts sat to enjoy this new experience. Rasikas are not allowed to this fest.

Concerts will be on from the 7th to 15th of October, starting daily at 5.30 am.

The amphitheatre at this venue has a gallery-like structure and the organiser has arranged to light up around 60 lamps spread across the flight of steps.
Interested rasikas may participate in the seva through the virtual mode, where selected portions of the musical program will be streamed live on Sunaadalahari’s Facebook page.

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