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India's Music – A Potted History

The history of India’s music dates back for thousands of years and indeed is often regarded to be among the oldest “genre” in the world. Experts will claim that the origins of Indian music dates back to the era when the Vedas were created. Regardless of what time and age maybe associated with Indian music’s […]

Interview with the Arab Times, Kuwait

Interview with the Arab Times, Kuwait Duet Concert in Kuwait with Yogesh Samsi on tabla and Rupak Kulkarni (Flute) on 7th February, 2013 When did you take up the violin ? When I was two and a half years old. Since when is violin an Indian classical instrument? From the time it came to India […]

Hindustan Times – Chandigarh Edition

Hindustan Times – Chandigarh Edition Music in global village Versatile violin virtuoso Kala Ramnath is one of the most gifted musicians of Mewati gharana whose soulfulstrains have enraptured the art aficionados of the East and the West. Young in years but seasoned in musical wisdom, Kala announced her arrival on the Indian classical music scene […]

Article in the Business Economics

Article in the Business Economics Business Econmics 16-31 January, 2013Posted by admin on Jan 28, 2013 in Culture If a film has to have a weeping scene, get a violin! In 1952, after hearing violin maestro Padmashri M.S. Gopalakrishnan perform Carnatic music on the violin in Madras, the great western violinist Yehudi Menuhin hugged the […]

The master of her Kala

The master of her Kala Violin virtuoso Kala Ramnath loves jazz, flamenco and Bollywood with the same passion as Hindustani classical music. The lady, who is set to perform tomorrow at a music concert instituted by late Pandit CR Vyas, gets talking about music with CS: Who: Kala Ramnath What: On her musical journey with […]

Music: The Singing Violin of Kala Ramnath

Source: http://www.khabar.com/magazine/features/music_the_singing_violin_of_kala_ramnath By Shuchita Rao December 2012 Maestro Kala Ramnath talks about her passion, and its subtleties in the realm of Hindustani and Carnatic music. ‘If Mozart had been transported to the South Asian subcontinent this is what he and improvised Western classical music might have sounded like. This comparison is not thrown in to […]