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Haripriya Patil (harmonium)
Sundarnath (sitar)

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An emerging harmonium player, soloist and accompanist, Haripriya Patil was initially trained in classical music by Govindrao Majgaonkar. Thereafter, she trained with senior harmonium artiste Dr. Sudhanshu Kulkarni (Belgaum) for seven years. Patil has a Visharad Pratham in Vocal and Sangeet Visharad in Harmonium from Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya Mandal. She has completed her MA in Music (Harmonium) from Shivaji University, Kolhapur. She is a ‘B’ grade artiste of All India Radio. Patil, who is a Citi NCPA Scholarship Winner of 2018-19, has accompanied several renowned artistes across India.

Sundarnath started learning Hindustani classical vocal at the age of four from V. M. Nagaraj. From the age of eight, he has learnt the sitar from Bale Khan, a renowned sitarist from Dharwad. A Citi NCPA Scholarship Winner of 2016-17, Sundarnath is currently a shishya of Arvind Parikh, an eminent sitar player, veteran musicologist & revered Guru of Etawah Imdadkhani gharana.

He has received guidance from Shafique Khan and Ramprappana Bhattacharya. He has imbibed the nuances and intricacies of the glorious tradition of the Etawah-Imdadkhani gharana. A postgraduate in Electronic Media from Bangalore University, Sundarnath performs regularly for All India Radio where he is a ‘B-High’ grade artiste. He has performed at several music festivals across India, including the Sawai Gandharva Mahotsav and Ustad Abdul Karim Khan Punyatithi.


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