The True beauty of the Music is to Connect People

The True beauty of the Music is to Connect People

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Ludhiana, November 22, 2022: Maestro Kala Ramnath with her ‘Singing Vilolin’ will be performing a solo concert at Satguru Jagjit Singh Sangeet Sammelan Ludhiana on 26th November. This will be a rare opportunity to see one of the greatest violinists of our time in an intimate setting. One of the most popular and loved singers is all set to perform a live concert in Ludhiana. Yes, you heard that right! Don’t miss this chance to experience one of the most virtuosic and emotionally engaging musicians up close and personal.

On performing at the Satguru Jagjit Singh Sangeet Sammelan which happens every year Kala Ramnath says “I am honored to be part of this musical festival which is so close to the people of Ludhiana and it feels great and happy to perform in my country”

Vidhusi Kala Ramnath was introduced to violin and vocal training by her grandfather Narayan Iyer when she was two and a half years old. In her family, she represents the start of the seventh generation of violinists. She studied with Pandit Jasraj, a Mewati vocalist, for fifteen years.

Maestro Kala Ramnath stands among the world’s finest, most inspirational instrumentalists. Her playing has been featured on the Grammy-nominated Miles from India project, and compositions of hers have appeared on the Grammy-winning album “In 27 Pieces” and the Kronos Quartet’s 50 For The Future.

The Sydney Opera House, Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, and Carnegie Hall in New York, to name a few, are just a few of the world-famous venues where Kala Ramnath has performed. She has also been at all the major music festivals in India.

Around the world, Kala Ramnath frequently gives talks and leads seminars. The Rotterdam Conservatory of Music in the Netherlands, the University of Giessen in Germany, and the Weill Institute in partnership with Carnegie Hall in New York are a few institutions worth mentioning.

She is dedicated to using music to improve the lives of sick and underprivileged children through her foundation, “Kalashree.”

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