All the scheduled music concerts for the Sri Ramanavami festival season in Bengaluru stand postponed or cancelled. This is because of the corona virus pandemic in the country.
This is a press release that Chennai-based dancer and guru Roja Kannan has put out - At ABHAI are really pained at the widespread disaster that has been caused by the COVID-19 pandemic....
An association of Carnatic musicians worldwide has put out a communication saying that artistes who have been economically affected by the corona virus can approach it for support.
In these times, so many communities need help. To be remembered. Especially those that seem distant as we 'isolate'. Music connossieur, archivist, author who works in Bengaluru, Lalitharam Ramachandran is doing much for all the nagaswaram and tavil artistes across Tamil Nadu and around.
Organisers of the annual Sri Ramanavami music festivals across Bengaluru and other Karnataka towns like Mysuru are in a quandary - most festivals take off just before or on Sri Ramanavami day, that falls on April 2 this year but the corona virus issue.
DakshinaChitra, a living history museum and centre for south Indian arts, culture and architecture located on the outskirts of Chennai is presenting the fifth edition of its annual music and dance festival, Utsavam 2020, on March 6, 7 and 8 in Chennai.
The Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer Trust based in Chennai will be presenting the MAHARAJAPURAM VISWANATHA IYER YOUTH EXCELLENCE AWARDS’ to Mahadevan Sankaranarayanan (vocal) , J. A. Jayanth (flute) and V. Sai Subramaniam (morsing) on Sunday March 15, morning at Anandam Senior Citizens Home, Ambattur, Chennai.