The Tyagaraja Aradhana is being staged by the newly founded Indian Classical Artistes Network in collaboration with the Telugu Association of Malaysia.
They’re going all out this year to set a new record for the most number of people performing Saint Tyagaraja’s Pancharatna Kritis (for MBOR).
The performance will commence around 10.30 am on 29th January, 2022, at Sri Venkateswara Devasthanamu.
On the respectable stage in Bagan Datuk, Perak, a total of 108 performers are anticipated to graciously take over the stage. All of the performers are between the ages of 13 and above.
Around 20 Gurus, including solo artists, have joined together to assist with this traditional rendition.
The participating organisations are Nethaji Subhash Chandra Bose Indian Cultural Centre, Sugam Karnatica, Forbearance, Vishva Guru Graham Indian Classical Music, Sruthi Laya Gaana Vidyalaya, Dhaatri Arts, Nandi arts, Sapthaswara Sangeethalaya Academy of Fine Arts Malaysia, Shree Sabtha Swara Arts, Swara Layam House of Music and Arts Malaysia, Nadhaswarupi Fine Arts Academy, Arul School of Fine Arts and Temple of Fine Arts.
Everyone is welcome to attend and witness the record-breaking performance at Sri Venkateswara Devasthanamu. Better yet, admission is free!
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see a magnificent and breathtaking concert!