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Shantala Subramanyam born in Bangalore, was raised in Chennai, heartland of Carnatic music, renowned for its emphasis on improvisation on beautiful ragas within a highly evolved rhythmic vocabulary. She plays the VENU, a Carnatic bamboo flute, and itís an instrument with a warm sonority.
Shantala displayed keen interests in music when she was only an year old and like many Carnatic musicians, Shantala started playing in early childhood under the guidance of her father M N Subramanyam, himself an amature musician and her brother Shashank, an eminent flute artist. It was also her good fortune to be trained by eminent performers - vocalist late Sri. Vairamangalam Lakshminarayanan and is currently pursuing vocal music training under Sri O.S.Thyagarajan and Sri T V Gopalakrishanan. She is grateful to the famed South Indian drummers Trichur Sri.Narendran, Patri Satish Kumar and Parupalli Phalgun for imparting rhythm training, spread over a decade.
Owing to her diligent training and hard training, Shantala has been highly appreciated for her melodic presentations combined with complex rhythmic patterns. Today, sheís recognized as an important and authentic voice in this demanding tradition and this view has been echoed by music critiques.

Aditi Krishnaprakash hails from the princely city of Mysore and is an accomplished Carnatic Classical violinist. She is a disciple of violin maestro HK Narasimha Murthy.
Aditiís style of playing is known for its aesthetic approach, rich tone and artful bowing.
Aditi is an "A" grade artist of All India Radio and is a much sought after violinist. She has performed at prestigious venues across India and abroad.

Anirudha Bhat started learning Mridangam at the age of 12, under the tutelage of Vid. M V Mohon and currently pursuing advanced training under the able guidance of Vid K U Jayachandra Rao, who hails from a lineage of the legendary mridangam maestro Sri Palakkad T S Mani Iyer. A graded artist of All India Radio, Anirudh has provided Mridangam accompaniment to many eminent musicians and has toured widely for concerts and music workshops with Shantala Subramanyam. He appears on various television channels that feature Carnatic classical music. He has also performed many double Mridangam concerts with his Guru.