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Kumaraguru Institutions Launches Classical Music Forum ‘Tharangam’ with Renowned Carnatic Vocalist Sikkil Gurucharan

Kumaraguru Institutions Launches Classical Music Forum ‘Tharangam’ with Renowned Carnatic Vocalist Sikkil Gurucharan


Renowned Carnatic Vocalist Sikkil Gurucharan created waves with his musical performance at Kumaraguru Institutions on 28 March 2024 marking the formal inauguration of Classical Music Forum – Tharangam.

The Classical Music Forum was aimed at celebrating the rich heritage of Indian classical music and providing a platform for budding talents. Tharnagam will take the passionate members through an enchanting journey including the intricate melody and rhythmic cadences of Indian classical music. The forum aspires to explore and learn the depths of ragas, talas, and the soulful expression woven by timeless compositions.

Thursday evening commenced with mesmerizing classical music performances by the students of Kumaraguru Institutions. Their dedication and passion for classical music were evident in each note they sang and played, captivating the audience, and setting a harmonious tone for the event.

The highlight of the evening was the performance by the esteemed chief guest, Shri Sikkil Gurucharan. Renowned for his mastery of Carnatic music, Gurucharan’s performance was magical. His soulful rendition transported the audience to a realm of pure bliss, where time seemed to stand still.

Shri Shankar Vanavarayar, Joint Correspondent of Kumaraguru Institutions and Shri Sikkil Guruchuran unveiled the logo of Tharangam which marked the beginning of a journey dedicated to preserving and promoting the rich heritage of classical music. Through its blend of music and heritage, Tharangam promises to be a beacon of light in an increasingly chaotic world, offering solace and inspiration to all who seek it.

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As Tharangam embarks on its journey, we look forward to many more enriching experiences and opportunities to celebrate the timeless beauty of classical music.

Tharangam will offer courses in association with Shivanjali’s Temple of Fine Arts. Carnatic Vocals, Violin, Percussion – Mirudhangam courses will be offered from June 2024 on the campus as a 30 Hour Certificate Programme in each Semester.

The forum endeavors to ignite the passion of future generations and preserve the rich legacy of classical music through a diverse array of activities including concerts, workshops, masterclasses, competitions, research, documentation, and collaborations.

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