Youngest Person Performing Carnatic Music on the
Violin: World Record set by Sandeep N Bharadwaj (VIDEO)
[Jan 10] CHENNAI, India-- Sandeep N. Bharadwaj (b. 06/05/1995)
from Chicago,USA, has set a world record for the Youngest Non-Indian
releasing a Carnatic
Music Concert Album and Performing at the prestigious Madras
(Chennai) Music Season on Dec 28, 2007.
The concert was played on the Violin.The event was
well attended. It was covered by NDTV
in India. (enlarge
Album was released by Shri V.V. Sundaram and the first Copy
was given to Shri P.S.Narayanaswamy, Sangeetha Kalaacharya.
The Mrudangam support for the Album
was provided by Kaliamamani Shri Shrimushanam Raja Rao.
This event was sponsored by Naada Inbham at Raga Sudha
Hall, 85/2 Luz Avenue, Mylapore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
-Specialized in Carnatic Violin and Vocal
-Performed solo Violin concerts with mrudangam
support at various places all over USA.
-Performed Charity shows at local and National
level Tamil and Telugu Associations.
-Sandeep has won several awards at various music
competitions. -Invited Artist for Solo Concert
for Rama Navami Celebrations at Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago
in year 2007. (enlarge
-Performed at the Prestigious Cleveland Tyagaraja
Aradhana Festival in year 2007.
-Invited Artist for Solo Violin concert for Guru Purnima
Celebrations at Sai Samsthana, IL on July 29, 2007.
-Invited Artist for Solo Violin concert for Shridi
Sai Mahotsav celebrations at Sai Samsthana, IL on Sept 1, 2007.
-Invited Child Artist for Solo Violin Concert for SAPNA
(Shri Annamacharya Project of North America) Annual Festival at
Chicago, IL on October 28, 2007.
-Invited Artist for Murugan Day Celebrations,
Dec 8, 2007 at The Hindu Temple of Greater Chicago, Lemont, IL.
Accompanied leading musicians from India on
1. Shri Ramani Thiagarajan (Flute) – April 2007
– During his tour to USA.
2. Shri B.K. Ananthraman (Flute) – July 2007
– During his tour to USA. (enlarge
3. Suswara Gayaka Ratna Shri Malladi Suri Babu
[Vocal] - (Guru and Father of Shri Malladi Brothers) – Sept 8, 2007
– TAGC and SAPNA co-sponsored Program