Nadasurabhi Cultural Association located in Koramangala, Bangalore is in the forefront of promoting Classical Carnatic Music. Nadasurabhi conducts the highest quality music concerts every month and a week-long Annual Festival in November, free of charge to all rasikas. Our other events include a youth festival, Thyagaraja and Purandaradasa Aradhana, and music competitions for children.

Nadasurabhi, in the year 2007 decided to institute an Award- Sangeetha Surabhi. The award is given to leading musicians for their immense lifetime contribution to the field of Carnatic Music. The award is given away during a special function held in conjuction with the weeklong Music Festival held every November. With great respect the awardee is honoured with a Shawl, a Citation and a Purse. Following are the details of the awardees.

Sangeetha Surabhi-2017 awarded to Sri.T.V.Sankaranarayanan

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Sangeetha Surabhi-2017 awarded to Sri.T.V.Sankaranarayanan



One of the greatest carnatic musicians of all time, Sri.T.V.Sankaranarayanan was the recipient of the award and title of Sangeetha Surabhi for the year 2017. The award was presented on 5th November 2017, in a colourful ceremony in the presence of several senior musicians, students, admirers of Sri.TVS  and music lovers. General Secretary of Nadasurabhi in her citation pointed out the contribution of Sri. TVS to classical music and the unique style of rendering kritis based on the tradition of his illustrious uncle Sri. Madurai Mani Iyer. The chief guest for the occasion, Vidwan Sri. Shankar, in his speech emphasised the mastery of Sri. Sankaranarayanan in this field. In his acceptance speech Sri. Sankaranarayanan mentioned how this award from Nadasurabhi is special to him. He also gave an emotional sketch of his parents contribution in his growth and dedicated the award to them. The award ceremony was followed by a chaste classical music concert by Sri.TVS and his team.

 

Sangeetha Surabhi-2016 awarded to Dr.T.V.Gopalakrishnan

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Sangeetha Surabhi-2016 awarded to Dr.T.V.Gopalakrishnan



Legendary carnatic musician Dr.T.V.Gopalakrishnan was the recipient of the award and title of Sangeetha Surabhi for the year 2016. The award was presented on 6th November 2016, in a colourful ceremony in the presence of several senior musicians, students, admirers of Dr.TVG  and music lovers. General Secretary of nadasurabhi in her citation pointed out the breadth and depth of Dr.TVG's contribution to music as a mridangam maestro, vocalist, composer, guru and a specialist in the various genres of music , Carnatic, Hindustani, western, jazz, etc., Prof. Mysore V Subramanya in his felicitation speech, narrated the immense contribution of Sri.TVG for over six decades to the field of carnatic music. In his acceptance speech Dr.Gopalakrishnan ran through the initial years of his career and how, by his single minded devotion to music, he conquered these early obstacles and established himself as one of the greatest carnatic musicians. He also paid glowing tributes to his guru Sri.Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavathar. The award ceremony was followed by a chaste classical music concert by Dr.TVG and his team.

 

Sangeetha Surabhi -2015 awarded to Smt. Neela Ramgopal

The Ninth Sangeetha Surabhi award was presented to Carnatic Music maestro Smt.Neela Ramgopal on 8th November 2015, in a colourful ceremony.




The senior most Carnatic vocalist from Bangalore Smt.Neela Ramgopal was bestowed with the title of Sangeetha Surabhi for the year 2015 in a grand function on 8th November 2015. Dr.Raghavendra, Ananya, presented the felicitation speech when he recalled the enormous contribution of Smt. Neela Ramgopal to the cause of Carnatic Music. Sri. Krishna Prasad, Hon.Secretary of Sree Rama Lalitha Kala Mandira released the biography of Smt. Neela Ramgopal written by Smt.Harini Raghavan, General Secretary, Nadasurabhi. Smt.Neela Ramgopal, in her acceptance speech, emphasised the need for support from various quarters, especially the family to be successful in a musical career. Also, she gave the message to young students that very hard work by continuous practice alone can help in achieving greatness in Indian classical music..




 

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