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Mahesh Vinayakram in concert


Mahesh Vinayakram, one of the leading artists in Carnatic and world music, performed in Zurich recently. The concert was a collaboration with Sowgandhika Krishnan and Ensemble, a team of trained dancers, musicians and theatre artists who presented a unique symphony of Indian dance and theatre. Namaste Switzerland was witness to this beautiful ‘melange’ where Indian music merged with world music and Indian dance with contemporary theatre.

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To Beats Of His Own


For Mahesh Vinayakram, the shadow of his giant of a father — the legendary Ghatam exponent Padmabhushan Shri Vikku Vinayakram — has been both intimidating and reassuring. It has made him determined to carve out his own persona as well as given him the confidence to seek new dimensions to his art. Today, Mahesh has been recognized around the world as a Carnatic musician with an unerring knack for making his music contemporary and relatable to the millennials, while retaining its classical roots.

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Goa Sunsplash Festival


Dub FX: ‘Street Performing Gave Me A Whole Other Attitude And Confidence’

The Australian beatboxer/live looping artist and India regular will collaborate with Carnatic vocalist Mahesh Vinayakram at Zee Jaipur Literature Fest’s Music Stage this weekend.

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Dancing in unity


Filled with culture in every nook and corner, India also has various dance forms that represent the country and nature at its best. National Centre for Performing Arts, Nariman Point, is all set to bring together a palette filled with many classical dance forms with Charishnu — A Desire To Move, where experts like Aditi Mangaldas (Kathak), Aruna Mohanty (Odissi), Priti Patel (Manipuri), Sadanam Balakrishnan (Kathakali and Mohiniattam), Imocha Singh (Thangta), Mahesh Vinayakram (percussion) and Leela Samson (Bharatanatyam) will be leading their troupes.

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