Carnatic, Classical, Violin, Vocal

September10, 2011
by Shibumi

We haven’t posted much onto the blog for a long time now — I will try and get down to sharing bits of news from the past few months now.


Srikiran, a carnatic classical violinist, spent the day with us in August. He played a very moving little ‘kriti’ for us at assembly. Amidst the usual excited hubbub of the post-lunch break, the feeble strains of a melody emerged from a window. We followed it into the cool dimness of the library and found this (please excuse the dark video):


Parvathy, the singer, is a fifteen-year old student at Shibumi. She has been singing and learning music seriously for years now. The musicians found each other after lunch and had an informal little ‘jam’ with a couple of us looking on, savouring every moment.


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