The outcomes of The Hindu Margazhi Classical Music Competitors are lastly out. The newspaper obtained round 800 entries from members the world over, some from so far as Tokyo, Switzerland, Dubai, Singapore and the U.S. Contestants participated in three broad age classes — as much as 12, 13-19 and 20-40. Other than Carnatic entries, there have been Hindustani music members too.
The judges listened to 463 entries within the Carnatic vocal class, 16 in Hindustani, 129 within the percussions class and 126 within the instrumental music class. There have been many double entries since dad and mom had despatched in video recordings of their wards underneath two classes or two entries for a similar class. There have been additionally some who despatched in songs penned by their kids and some who despatched in movie numbers, which have been rejected.
The judges whittled down the whole variety of prizes to 119, of which 16 are particular prizes. The judges’ panel included musician, dance scholar and author Sujatha Vijayaraghavan, violinists L.N. Sisters M. Lalitha and M. Nandhini, mridangist Erode Nagaraj and Hindustani vocalist Lalitha Sharma. It additionally included The Hindu’s Sri Lanka correspondent Meera Srinivasan, additionally a pupil of Lalgudi Jayaraman.
Because the senior member of the judges panel, Ms. Vijayaraghavan mentioned, “A tune rendered completely could fail to create an affect until it’s absolutely skilled and relished by the singer. If the singer perceives the fantastic thing about the raga and the tune, and highlights them, it will create a vibe within the listener. This comes with studying, listening and assimilation. Because of The Hindu for giving me a chance to hearken to an excellent variety of gifted younger singers.”
The prizes and certificates for the competitors are being sponsored by Indian oil Company Ltd. An organization spokesperson mentioned, “We’re extraordinarily glad to be encouraging younger expertise and partnering on an initiative by The Hindu, which mixes custom and modern traits.”
The entire record of winners is out there on http://bit.ly/3nPNF0b and the winners will probably be notified through e-mail.
Those that didn’t qualify for prizes will probably be despatched e-certificates.
The record will probably be revealed in print over three days, one every for vocal, percussion and instrumental music classes. Right here is the record of winners within the vocal class:
Vocal (as much as 12 years): first prize: Arjun Sai (Chennai), second prize: Parvathi Subramanian (Chennai) and Varshitha Bala Srinivasan (Tiruchi), third prize: Vaibhav Vasanth (Chennai) and Tanusri Balakrishnan (Bengaluru) and particular prize: V. Poongoval (Bengaluru), Jhanvi Shankar (Chennai), Rasika Sivakumar (U.S.), Sahiti Peesapati (Chennai), V. Nithyashree (Chennai), and Mahati Srikanth Atreya (Bengaluru)
Vocal Thukkada (as much as 12 years): first prize: Sahana Kaushik (Bengaluru), second prize: Jahnavi Swaminathan, Ok. Akshay (Ariyalur), and third prize: B. Shwetha (Chennai)
Vocal (13 to 19 years): First prize: S. Sai Sruthi (Chennai) and Sreya Sundararaman (Chennai), second prize: Saishree Anand (Bengaluru) and Ishani Mukherjee (Chennai) and third prize: Dhanush Anantharaman (Chennai), V. Ranjani Radha (Chennai), Mahatee Raghuram (Mysuru), Manhushri Balakrishnan (Bengaluru) and particular prize: Vishal Anand (Chennai), Veda Raju (Hyderabad), Shanmugapriya Balasubramanian (Hosur), Samyuktha Sriram (Chennai) and Nandini Dhanya Muralidharan (U.S.)
Vocal Thukkada (13 to 19 years): first prize: Nanditha Kannan (Chennai) and Meghaa Satish (Chennai), second prize: Vibha Sriram (Chennai) and Sruthy Sankar (Kochi) and third prize: Aagama Shastry (Bengaluru), particular prize: Nivedha Harish (Chennai)
Vocal (20 to 40 years): first prize: G. Karthik (Bengaluru), second prize: R.S. Shankari (Chennai) and third prize: Soundarya Chandrasekar (Chennai)
Vocal Thukkada (20 to 40 years): first prize: M.V.S. Nisha (Mumbai), second prize: Jayashree Aditya (Chennai) and third prize: R. Vanishree (Bengaluru)