Great Composers Day 2018

Twin Hickory Club House


When:
Saturday, November 10th, 2018
Time : 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM

Where:
Twin Hickory Club House
4601 Twin Hickory Lake Dr,
Glen Allen, VA 23059





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Great Composers Day 2018





Richmond Rasikas Annual General Body Meeting

When:
Saturday 1st December, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
Where:
Glen Allen - Henrico County Public Library
10501 Staples Mill Rd,
Glen Allen, VA 23060


Vasudha Ravi Carnatic vocal


Saturday October 27th,  2018



Richmond Rasikas is proud to announce a Carnatic vocal concert by Smt.Vasudha Ravi, as part of their 2018 Fall Concert Series.

Vasudha Ravi, is a popular young vocalist in the field of Carnatic Music. She commenced her long standing musical training with Dr.Manjula Sriram for over 20yrs. She also had the opportunity to benefit from the guidance of Sangeetha Vidwan Late Shri A.Sundaresan for a brief while.
Vasudha is a proud recipient of the prestigious title “Yuva Kala Bharathi” and awards like D.K.Pattammal Award of Excellence, RMKV Award of Excellence… She is a ‘A’ Graded artist of the All India Radio, Chennai. She was also the top-10 upcoming artistes featured in Ananda Vikatan in the year 2006. Subsequently, her interview was published in the tabloid named “Youth Jugalbandhi” by Ananda Vikatan in the year 2008.



When:
Saturday October 27th 2018 Time 5.00 PM

Where:
Pocahontas Middle School
12000 Three Chopt Rd,
Henrico, VA 23233

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(Member benefits: free 4 concerts per year , free Admission for live-in/out of town parents, concessional rates at TU and GCD  read more..)


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TM Krishna Carnatic vocal


Richmond Rasikas is proud to announce a Carnatic vocal concert by TM Krishna, as part of their 2018 Fall Concert Series.


T.M. Krishna (Thodur Madabusi Krishna) is a Carnatic music vocalist, author, speaker, and public intellectual. Born in Chennai on January 22, 1976. His performing career began at the age of 12 with his debut concert at the Spirit of Youth series organized by the Music Academy, Chennai (India). He has since performed widely at various festivals and venues across the world, including the Madras Music Academy, National Centre for the Performing Arts (India), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, to name a few.





Krishna speaks and writes about issues affecting the human condition and about matters cultural, and has been published in most leading print and online publications. He has started and is involved in many organizations whose work is spread across the spectrum of music and culture. He has co-authored Voices Within: Carnatic Music – Passing on an Inheritance, a book dedicated to the past masters of Karnatik music. His book A Southern Music – The Karnatik Story, published by Harper Collins in 2013 was said to be a first-of-its-kind philosophical, aesthetic and socio-political exploration of Karnatik Music, and for this, he was awarded the 2014 Tata Literature Award for Best First Book in the non-fiction category. His long-form essay MS understood, for The Caravan was featured in The Caravan Book of Profiles, as one of their “twelve definitive profiles” and has been translated into Tamil and published as a book ‘Katrinile Karainda Tuyar’ by Kalachuvadu Publications.

He is part of the team of activists that started the Urur-Olcott Kuppam Festival and the Svanubhava initiative and has been part of inspiring collaborations, such as the Chennai Poromboke Paadal with environmentalist Nityanand Jayaraman, performances with the Jogappas (transgender musicians) and bringing on to the concert stage the poetry of Perumal Murugan. He also speaks in various conferences and academic institutions, including Harvard University, Chennai Mathematical Institute, the Indian Institutes of Technology, and the Indian Institutes of Management.

Among his awards are the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay Award (2016) in recognition of ‘his forceful commitment as artist and advocate to art’s power to heal India’s deep social divisions’, the Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration (2017) for his services in promoting and preserving national integration in the country, and the Professor V. Aravindakshan Memorial Award (2017) for connecting Carnatic music with the common man.


When:
Friday September 21st 2018 Time 7.00 PM

Where:
Pocahontas Middle School
12000 Three Chopt Rd,
Henrico, VA 23233

FREE Admission for Members
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(Member benefits: free 4 concerts per year , free Admission for live-in/out of town parents, concessional rates at TU and GCD  read more..)


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If you would like to know more about TM Krishna, please visit the following websites
https://tmkrishna.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._M._Krishna

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