Sangita Kalanidhi Dr. Nedunuri Krishnamurthy

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Sangeeta Kalanidhi Nedunuri Krishnamurthy Memorial
the Carnatic Music Archives and Auditorium opens on December 29, 2015. Nedunuri's music is part of the digital music archive.

Visakhapatnam is the Cultural Hub
Unveiling of Nedunuri Statue by Mantri Ghanta. December 30, 2015.

A Postal Stamp and Cover was released by 2015 Philatelic Exhibition at Kakinada of Sangita Kalanidhi Sri Nedunuri Krishnamurthy on May 16, 2015.

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The Hindu - Nedunuri Music Museum
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The Artist

Aesthetic grace, excellent style, technical elegance, rhythmic accuracy and captivating melody are the essential qualities of South Indian Classical Music.

Sangeeta Kalanidhi Nedunuri Krishnamurthy is the embodiment of all these aspects. It is no wonder that he is one of the most popular Carnatic vocalists of our times, charming rasika(s) old and young, with his mellifluous, bhava-laden music. Nedunuri has worked relentlessly in blending together the art and science of music, thereby appealing even to a modern rasika, with traditional classical music. Thyagaraja shines as the brightest star in the firmament of his wide repertoire. His foremost contribution is the setting to tune of 108 compositions of Annamacharya, the 15th century saint-poet of Andhra Pradesh.

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Unveiling of Nedunuri Statue by Mantri Ghanta.

Unveiling of Nedunuri Statue by Mantri Ghanta on December 29, 2015. Family and Friends present at the ceremony.

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