|Birth name||Chithra Ramakrishnan|
|Occupation(s)||Vocalist, Bharatanatyam dancer, Artistic Director of ShruthiUK and founder-organiser of the annual World Music Conference|
Chithra Ramakrishnan is an Indian-born vocalist, Bharatanatyam dancer. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland and lives in Birmingham, UK. She is also the founder and artistic Director of ShruthiUK, a Solihull-based non-profit South Asian arts and culture organisation. She pioneered the British Carnatic Choir - the first of its kind in the country. She also organises the annual World Music Conference event which she founded in November 2017.
Ramakrishnan spent her childhood in Lalgudi. She had to move to Chennai as a 10-year old and then to Iraq two years later with her parents. She finished her graduation and post Graduation from Mangalore University and T A Pai Management Institute in Manipal. Eventually she settled in the UK with her husband.
- Finalist at the British Asian Awards and the English Asian Awards in 2016.
- According to her website, she is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
|Release year||Album title||Label||Format||No. of tracks||Other info|
|2012||Om Namo Narayana||Kosmik||CD||11|
|2011||Aaradhana||Kosmik||CD||12||Compilation of Hindi bhajans|
|30 January 2009||Rare Krithis||Times Music||CD||6||Album by B.R. Vijayalakshmi, Dr Chithra Ramakrishnan, and M.Vijayalakshmi|
|9 October 2007||Shabdh - Classical Fusion||Geethanjali||CD||10||Compilation of fusion songs in Sanskrit and Tamil|
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