Do you live in a concrete jungle? Are you stuck in the simulation of your own routine? Do you dream to accomplish the extraordinary? Follow the life of our aspiring dancer, who hustles to make it big in the city of dreams. Experience a lifecycle of emotions as she navigates her heart desires. A soulful and upbeat original track produced by Forbes 30 under 30, Swarupa Ananth aka Tablanaari leaves you in a state of bliss and wanting for more.
Masterful beats and intricate rhythms on the tabla
#GharAaoNa is a longing love song, a call of a lover, waiting for her beloved to return home, set in the monsoon season. A fusion of a classical Bandish in a pop rock style sung by the incredible #SunidhiChauhan, Ghar Aao Na resonates a jugalbandi of tabla and sitar in conversation with the vocals, and is a one-way conversation talking about how love makes it so difficult for one to live without their partner
Versatile percussionist Swarupa Ananth-Sawkar, 28, is a passionate live performer. And, so far, she has found the right rhythm. In the elitist world of Hindustani classical music, a fusion artiste is either patronised or disdained.
The highlight of the evening was a one-of-a-kind jugalbandi between two very different artists with mastery of different strokes.
Indian percussionist, tabla player and producer Swarupa Ananth blends the sounds of the East and the West perfectly on her six-track debut solo record Recomeçar.
Percussionist Swarupa Ananth-Sawkar and violinist Shruti Bhave at the recently held IIHM Presents The Telegraph She Awards Leadership 2022
The tabla is the most commonly played percussion instrument in Indian classical music. Its versatility in all musical styles has enabled it to become the most popular percussion instrument in all of India.
While it’s difficult to curate a list of women in music without exhausting the length of the blog post, celebrating women’s day by listening to five emerging artists could be a start.
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