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Parampara refers to an uninterrupted and pristine tradition handed down over generations. This festival started by Ambalam Centre for Performing Arts (ACPA) in the year 1995, features the torchbearers of tradition from across the globe. It will be a festival with a difference, featuring at the same time Carnatic Music, Hindustani music, Bharatanatyam and Kathak. All artists featured are artists with over 30 years of performing experiences and those who have mesmerized audiences' world over. The proceeds of this festival go towards supporting the building an Orphanage "Home of Hope" near Avadi.
Sanhita Nandi: Sanhita Nandi is an exponent of Hindustani Classical Vocal, Kirana Gharana in the Khayal and Thumri genres. After initial training, Sanhita was later groomed by Late Pandit A. Kanan, the senior most Guru of the ITC Sangeet Research Academy, Kolkata.
Indira Kadambi - A brilliant performer, a sensitive and innovative choreographer, Indira Kadambi has carved a niche for herself as one of the excellent exponents of Bharatanatyam today with nearly three decades of performing experience. Indira has performed in several national and international festivals and has traveled widely to countries like UK, USA, Germany, France, Holland, and Malaysia for performances, lectures and workshops.
A prominent Carnatic classical vocalist, his captivating voice, clarity in diction, uncompromising adherence of tradition and unique style has evoked unqualified approbation of all listeners. A disciple of Sri.S.Rajam and Sri.P.S.Narayanaswamy, he is an A-grade All India Radio artist, he is an empanelled artist of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), Govt of India.
JAYANTHI M ESHWARPUTHI
Jayanthi is unique because of her proficiency in both Bharatanatyam and Kathak styles of Indian Classical Dance. Furthermore, she embodies the dynamism of today's dancers. A disciple of Kumudini Lakhia and Pt.Birju Maharaj, Jayanthi has developed her own distinctive style.