D Srinivas | Raga Sriranjani
Filmed on location • 6m 16s
D Srinivas is one of the finest unplugged carnatic veena exponents in India. He performs a short piece at a farmhouse in Mulshi, India. Renowned for his speed and mathematical approach to Carnatic classical music, he continues to tour and teach, constantly developing his style. He studied in the family, making his debut aged nine and going on to be the first veena artist to perform at the UN.
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