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Aruna Sairam

Aruna Sairam’s voice brings a husky authority to modern Carnatic song. She first learnt to sing by listening to her mother and is part of a long line of female musicians. The direct teaching lineage stretches back over 200 years, to the singers and dancers of the Tamil court. She is an exponent of ‘pure’ Carnatic singing but also looks outwards, with collaborations ranging from jazz and Sufi to Gregorian chant and film scores. She sings ...

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Category Vocal

Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal & Brothers

Fareed Ayaz, Abu Muhammad Qawwal & Brothers are among the world’s very finest exponents of Qawwali - a hypontic, vocal-driven ... read more

Category Vocal

Anantvir Singh

Bhai Anantvir Singh is a renowned kirtan exponent, who has spent a lifetime taking the devotional music of his Punjabi ... read more

Category Vocal

Rajwinder Kaur

Rajwinder Kaur is an acclaimed young vocalist who draws on the classical devotional music of the Sikh, Hindu, and Muslim faiths. ... read more

Category Instrumental

Pandit Shivkumar Sharma

Pandit Shivkumar Sharma is one of very few instrumentalists who has near-single-handedly put their instrument on the classical map. Born ... read more

Category Instrumental

Pandit Budhaditya Mukherjee

Pandit Budhaditya Mukherjee is revered for his extraordinary command of the sitar and surbahar, with many counting him among the ... read more

Category Vocal

Sudha Ragunathan

Sudha Ragunathan is a leading light of Carnatic song. She learned bhajans from her mother V Choodamani in childhood, and ... read more

Category Instrumental

Abhisek Lahiri

Abhisek Lahiri is a gharana-blending young sarod player, who fuses ideas from the Shahjahanpur, Maihar, and Senia Bangash traditions. Early ... read more

Category Instrumental

Abhishek Borkar

Abhishek Borkar is rapidly gaining recognition as one of India’s finest young sarod players. His father Pandit Shekhar Borkar is a ... read more

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