Shashank on Art Talk with Jujhar Singh on News X
Maestro Shashank was featured on Art Talk with Jujhar Singh on the News X channel on Aug 08 and 09, 2015.
Shashank and N. Ravikiran perform at Theater De La Ville, Paris
Maestros Shashank and Chitravina Ravikiran presented a duet for a discerning and sell out audience at the Theater De La Ville in Paris, France on March 22, 2015. Accompanying them were Anantha R. Krishnan on the Mridangam and S. Karthick on the Ghatam.
Shashank performs at Budapest, Hungary
Maestro Shashank presented a solo Carnatic Flute recital at Budapest supported by Dr. Jyotsna on the Violin and
Sai Giridhar on the Mridangam. The above picture is a view of the discerning audience present during the performance. Picture taken on May 17, 2015
Shashank at Queen Elizabeth hall, South Bank, London
Maestro Shashank performed for Darbar Festival at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London on Sept 21, 2014 for a sold out audience. Accompanying Shashank on the Violin was Akkarai Subhalakshmi, V.V. Ramanamurthy on the Mridangam and Guruprasanna on Khanjira.
Shashank performs at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival - 2014
Maestro Shashank with The New Jungle Orchestra performed for a sell out audience at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival on July 06, 2014
Shashank performs at Taiwan and Philippines - 2014
Maestro Shashank performed at sold out theater in Taipei, Taiwan. Picture taken during sound check with
Ustad Shujaat Khan and Parupalli Phalgun
Maestro Shashank's concert in progress at Manila, Philippines
Shashank honoured by the Mayor of Shelby County Government
Maestro Shashank was honoured by the Mayor of Shelby County Government Mark H. Lutetrell, JR. with the proclamation of the city award on May 18, 2014.
Shashank and Rakesh Chaurasia at Isha Festival, Coimbatore
Maestro Shashank and Rakesh Chaurasia presented a Carnatic and Hindustani Flute jugalbandhi accmpanied by
Patri Satish Kumar on the Mridangam and Anubrata Chatterjee on Tabla on Feb 25, 2014. Above are some pictures
from the event.
Shashank at Saptak Festival, Ahmedabad
Maestro Shashank presented a solo recital supported by Patri Satish Kumar on the Mridangam at the prestigious
Saptak Festival on Jan 13, 2014. A Ragam Tanam Pallavi in Raga Vachaspati was the central piece of the performance
Shashank at The Music Academy - Jan 01, 2014
Maestro Shashank began yet another year with a performance at the prestigious instituition The Music Academy, Chennai. The concert was performed to a packed house and was extremely well received. Here is a short video clip of Raga Bhageshri, presented during the performance.
Murali Gaanam - Shashank & Sudha Ragunathan - Flute and Vocal duet
Shashank and renowned vocalist Sudha Ragunathan presented Murali Gaanam - a vocal and Flute duet for the first time to a packed hall at Narada Gana Sabha, Chennai on 3rd November, 2013 accompanied by Patri Satish Kumar on the Mridangam and B.S. Purushottam on Khanjira. Ragas presented include Bhairavi, Ganamurthe, Dharmavathi, Kurinji and Mand.
Shashank and Meta4 Quartet perform in Germany
(From L to R : Sai Giridhar, Shashank Subramanyam and the Meta4 quartet)
Maestro Shashank performed along with Meta4, a well known qartet for the Audi Car Summer Music Festival in Neuberg, Germany to a very receptive and appreciative audience. Two beautiful pieces of music were composed by the well known Finnish composer Eero Hammeineimi and was largely based on improvisation. Here is a link to the review that appeared in a news paper in Germany.
Review in the Augsburger
Rare duet between flautist and folk musicians at classical Indian arts festival in Singapore
(Picture taken during the sound check at The Esplanade, Singapore)
By Eileen Tay
Indian music fans can catch a rare duet featuring renowned classical flautist Shashank Subramanyam from South India and the Manganiyar folk musicians from the Rajasthan deserts in the North next Saturday.
This collaboration is one of the headline acts in the 11th edition of the Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society's Festival Of Indian Classical Music And Dance.
Dr Vimala Selvadurai, 70, member of the festival organising committee says: "Normally we try to have a duet between Northern and Southern classical music. This particular combination of folk musicians and flute has never been heard before in Singapore."
The item, Sammilan - Spirit of Krishna, is inspired by the Hindu deity Krishna, who is traditionally depicted with a flute. This will be one of the four main concerts in this year's festival, held at the Esplanade.
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