Carnatic Composers' Day on 10/19/19 Read our latest statement to see what prompted our decision. RSVP respondents, and our email subscribers will be notified when event is rescheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
It is once again the time of the year to immerse your hearts and minds in a day of melody and community. It is with great pleasure that Dhvani would like to invite one and all to the Fall session of Carnatic Composers' Day, 2019. Come and enjoy this unique experience of melody, devotion, and encourage the on-stage participants with your wonderful presence, along with friends and families. With years of experience, commitment to our community and your strong support and encouragement, Dhvani is all set for the Fall session of the twenteith Carnatic Composers' Day.
Rich in compositional and improvisatory forms, Carnatic music is from the Southern peninsula of the Indian subcontinent. The history of Carnatic music gains clear contours from the Renaissance period, which in South India, had its center in the Vijayanagara Empire (1335-1565). Integral to the music is a rich tapestry of spiritual, mythological and secular ideas explored by composers from the olden to the modern day in the different regional languages of the Southern peninsula.
Carnatic Composers' Day brings the community together in celebrating and expressing their love for arts. We welcome you to enjoy the music presented by participants who have consistently made it a much awaited event of the year. We encourage the teachers to select participants for group or individual performance. Glimpses of last year's Carnatic Composers' Day can be found here.
Donation to Dhvani helps cover the cost of the event and is much appreciated.