Carnatic classical vocal concert by Prema Bhat
"Enta Matramuna: You are as one imagines."
An Indian Classical Vocal Concert by Prema Bhat, Carnatic vocalist and former faculty of Emory University's Music Department, presents a concert featuring composers in Telugu language in celebration of Sita Koppaka Rao (1926-2017).
Prema Bhat joined the Emory Music Department as a vocalist in the Carnatic style of classical music of India in 1997. She holds a Bachelors degree in Music and also a Bachelors degree in Economics, Sociology and History. She learned music from Sri Kanchana Narayana Bhat, later from M.Srinath Marathe (faculty, All India Radio, Mangalore) and recently from Neela Ramgopal. She is a graded artist at the All India Radio, Mangalore. From 1993 to 1997 she was also a host for the "Sangeet" program, which broadcasts classical music from the Indian Sub-continent, at Princeton Radio, Princeton, New Jersey. She has given numerous concerts in India and the United States and also conducted workshops on Indian classical music in universities and schools. She directs the Carnatic music program at Emory from 1997-2006 and teaches theory and voice on Indian classical music.
Date: Saturday, January 19, 2019
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Cannon Chapel, Emory University, 515 South Kilgo Cir NE, Atlanta, GA.
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