Suryaprakash enthralls rasikas

Suryaprakash enthralled the rasikas with his mellifluous voice at Kamakoti Hall, Krishnagana Sabha, recently. He warmed up with a Kalyani Varnam, ‘Vanajaksha’.

His rendition of ‘Sangeetha Gnanamu’ in Dhanyasi by Tyagaraja was sedate with a cascade of swaras.

His succinct sketch of Nattakurinji for ‘Neethy Murthu’ had all the ingredients of classicism. His portrayal of ‘Devathi’ in Varali heightened the grandeur of the sahitya.

He handled another evergreen   Bhairavi  raga with élan. His sketch of ‘Koluvaiunade’ in   Bhairavi by Tyagaraja, which was the diadem of the recital, was lively and vibrant.

His delineation of Thodi adhered to tradition and had sheaves of sancharas. He packed a powerful punch with a plethora of swaras. He alternated between slow and fast-paced kritis.

Suryaprakash was ably supported on the violin by V Sanjeev. He was powerful and unobtrusive.

Manoj Siva on the mridangam and Sree Sundarkumar on the kanjira were powerful and their tani avarthanam had a rich tapestry of rhythm.

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