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From the Sheela Unni Sridevi Nrithyalaya, the school which teaches bharatanatyam, Harinie says she is more of a creative dancer, and will improvise from the original form for the performance.
The vocalist, known to have collaborated with the likes of bharatanatyam dancer Shobana in the past, will play some of his newest compositions as well as his favourites, to celebrate the season.
The two-day celebration will also see a storytelling performance by Story Train’s Srividya Veeraraghavan, about the origin story of Madras.
Pradeep will be accompanied by K J Dileep on the violin, Trivandrum Balaji on the mridangam and KV Gopalakrishnan on the kanjira.
While Param play fusion of Hindustani classical music and rock, Thee will perform a mix of multilingual music in English and Tamil, drawing influences from Indian tunes.
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