Mysore brothers

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Mysore brothers
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Violinist duo
Instruments Violin

The Mysore brothers are Indian classical violinists - Mysore Nagaraj and Dr. Mysore Manjunath. Nagaraj and Manjunath trained under their father Vidwan Sri.Mahadevappa, a violinist, who belongs to the tradition Sri Tyagaraja, composer of Carnatic classical music.[1]

Some of the important performances also include music concerts at the prestigious Sydney Opera House- Australia, Royal Albert Hall- London, Common thread Festival in Oregon, All-European Cultural festival in Leicester, Festival of India in London, SAARC summit, Milano Musica in Italy, Royal charity Concert at Putra World trade centre in Kuala Lumpur before the King of Malaysia, World Music Festival in Chicago, special concert for the President of the Republic of Namibia, Jazzaar Music Festival in Switzerland, Concerts at Theatre da la villa in Paris, Power theatre in Oregon, Santa Fe Music Festival in New Mexico, Federation Square-Melbourne, Congregational hall in Portland, Esplanade Theatre in Singapore, Bozar Contemporary Music Festival in Brussels, World Music special series on BBC and Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and innumerable academic workshops and presentations at the University of Delaware, University of Wesleyan, the University of Oklahoma, University of Chicago, University of Iowa, MIT, University of North Texas, University of Osaka-Japan, Texas A & M University, University of North Carolina, The University of Utrecht – School of Arts- Netherland, Griffith University- Australia& Etc.

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