Tara Arts and zerOclassikal presents Srutti Suresan
A new and radical approach to South Asian music
Saturday 14 October 7.30pm
Multi-talented, young British artist, Srutti Suresan performs an intimate acoustic Carnatic Vocal concert presenting a variety of ragas and compositions to showcase the intricacies of this ancient art form. Known for her unique voice and impeccable talent, Srutti emerges as a rising star within the field of Carnatic music.
A disciple of Dr. Rajkumar Bharathi, after having completed her arangetram in 2013 under her initial guru and mother Smt Sumathy Suresan, Srutti was recently introduced to the lapsteel guitar by Shri Yarl T Seelan and has been working towards introducing this instrument into the world of Carnatic music. Srutti is a member of the National Ensemble for Indian Music, Tarang, and has been awarded a music scholarship on western violin at Queen Mary's University of London, where she is currently studying medicine.
zerOclassikal is an initiative by Zeroculture and Collage Arts to support the next generation of British South Asian classical musicians through new commissions, experiment and provide a platform to stamp their own identity.
This concert is part of a series of Indian music concerts made possible by generous support from - GRANTS FOR THE ARTS