Lakshminarayana, Rukmini Rajagopalan, besides Nadaswaram maestro, Semponarkoil SRD Vaidyanathan. Over the years Sanjay specialized in vocal music, and since then his musical interests strengthened and took on intricate forms, amalgamating tradition with modern themes. Harboring sound knowledge of sruti values, ragas, complex rhythms, compositions and innovative, Sanjay is an outstanding exponent of Carnatic Music in his generation. Influenced greatly by singer, G.
N. Balasubramaniam, Sanjay has devoted his life to Indian classical music. Sanjay Subrahmanyan is also a dedicated teacher and a role model to his students. His concert career began in 1986, and since then, he has performed across India at premier institutions, as well as abroad, touring cities across the United States, Europe, Australia and South-east Asia. Besides his grand appearances, Sanjay has also released several CDs and cassettes, in his role to spread and promote Indian classical music across the globe. Sanjay Subrahmanyan's immense contributions in the field of contemporary music have won him many accolades and honors, including his career being portrayed in a documentary film Aaraar aasaippadaar by filmaker Prasanna Ramaswamy.
Some of the numerous awards he has received are: * An 'A' Grade artiste of All India Radio, Madras * The Outstanding Junior Musician Award from the Annual Conference of the Madras Music Academy. * Yuva Kala Bharathi title from Bharat Kalachar, Chennai (1991). * Isai Peroli from Karthik Fine arts, Chennai, (2000). * Sangeetha Kalasarthy Award from Sri Parthasarathy Swami Sabha, (2006). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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