Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival

Saturday, 1st May 2021 (Virtual)

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The Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival is the annual music festival organised by ShruthiUK. Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival

ShruthiUK is a South Asian Arts organisation established in 2005 and now based in Birmingham, West Midlands.The festival, in its 7th year, is the flagship nationwide festival of South Indian Classical Music and Dance being held in the Midlands.

This is a celebration of musicians and dancers from across the UK and abroad to gather, participate and pay homage to the birth of the great Singing Saint and Composer Thyagaraja.

Thyagaraja Festival is one of the most popular and unique Annual South Asian Classical Music Festival celebrated all over the world to honour and pay homage to the great Singing Saint & Composer Thyagaraja.

Registration Details

Registration is free but mandatory.

Login credentials for the virtual meeting platform will be shared with you close to the event day.

Patrons

Dr Shashank Vikram

Consul General of India in Birmingham

Dr Paul Sabapathy CVO CBE

Her Majesty’s Former Lord Lieutenant of West Midlands, Patron, ShruthiUK

Mr. Tony Elvin

General Manager, Touchwood Workman Retail & Leisure

Advisors

Richard Davies

Creative Director at Solihull Radio

Emily Dann

Marketing manager at Workman LLP

Jas Rohel

Founder & CEO at Education Awards

Sruthi Ramakrishnan

Student Volunteer

ShruthiUK honours women every year, who have contributed or made a huge impact to the community through their skill, passion and commitment in the field of Life Sciences, arts, Community, Politics and Education.

Partners

Programme

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Artists

Dr Vasumathi Badrinathan

A Carnatic Vocalist, Scholar, Writer & Academic

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