When Anil Srinivasan hosted the How to name it concert organised by Bhavatharini, he played few tunes of Raaja and explained the nuances in each. They were short and I was craving for more. I think everyone in the audience also felt the same. On the other hand Navin Iyer was gifted to reprise the work of Hari Prasad Chaurasia in the Nothing but wind concert. I don’t think there could be a better compliment for him when Raaja himself said he did justice to the original piece.

Now think about this – if the piano of Anil Srinivasan and the flute of Navin Iyer combines together to play some Maestro’s Tunes on a Valentine weekend – that would be a dream come true. Aptly titled, “Rhythms, Roses and Raaja”, Anil and Navin are doing this scintillating concert along with host of singers at the Music Academy on February 15th at 7 PM.

The online tickets have already been sold out. There are tickets still available at the venue. Hurry up and grab the tickets.

You can get more details about the event at


And you can get more info about Anil Srinivasan at his Facebook Page – Anil Srinivasan – The Madras Pianist

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