Friday February 5, 2016 | 8pm at 92nd St. Y - 1395 Lexington Ave


Tickets start at $35


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L. Subramaniam is the best this listener has heard.

— The New York Times


India’s violin icon L. Subramaniam, dubbed “The Paganini of Indian Classical music,” has earned international acclaim for his virtuosic techniques and distinct style that embraces both Western classical music and the Carnatic classical music of Southern India. A Grammy-nominated artist, Dr. Subramaniam has made more than 200 recordings and collaborated with artists such as George Harrison, Stevie Wonder, Yehudi Menuhin, Herbie Hancock and Al Jarreau. For this intimate classical concert, Dr. Subramaniam shares the stage with his son, fellow violinist Ambi Subramaniam, as well as Mahesh Krishnamurthy on mridangam. Co-presented by World Music Institute and 92Y, this will be the only North American concert presented as a part of this year’s esteemed Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival. Dr. Subramaniam began the Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival, to honor the memory of his father, the esteemed musician Professor V. Lakshminarayana. The festival has been held across 49 cities in 20 countries and five continents and is sponsored by the Times of India, the largest print publication in the world.


This concert is a part of World Music Institute’s Masters of Indian Music Series.


 Co-presented by World Music Institute and 92Y.



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