Raghunath Manet

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Raghunath Manet
Concert with Raghunath Manet

Raghunath Manet is an Indian classical musician/music composer and dancer/choreographer born in the Union Territory of Puducherry. He is trained in Bharathanatyam and plays the Veena, a Carnatic instrument. He has collaborated with American Jazz musician Archie Shepp, American dancer Carolyn Carlson, French performers such as Richard Galliano, Didier Lockwood and Michel Portal.

Raghunath Manet has performed all over the world including at the Opera de Paris in France, as well as at prestigious festivals and venues in France, Italy, UK, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Australia, Sri Lanka, Africa, Singapore, India, China, Mauritius, USA, Caledonia Islands, New Zeland, the Caribbean and the Reunion Islands. He has appeared at special events for Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Chanel, and other iconic brands. In 2017 Dr. Manet received the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award (PBSA) 2017 presented by the President of India during the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas celebrations in Bengaluru, recognizing Dr. Manet’s contributions promoting Indian arts and culture in France. Other accolades include the “Officier des Arts et des Lettres” (2016) and the “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres” from the French Ministry of Culture, the GOPIO Community Service Award in Jaipur, India (2011), and the Best Performer Award during the 2014 Chennai Music and Dance Festival.

Raghunath Manet has appeared in films including Diamant Noir by Arthur Harari, Le journal d’un séducteur by Daniel Dubroux with Jean-Pierre Léaud and Chiarra Mastroianni, and Perduto Amor by Franco Battiato. His work as a filmmaker includes Dance of Siva, Aathma, Devadai (a documentary), and Karma. #ztv #karma #india.

Performances[edit]

Filmography[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Karma, Music of Veena - Raghunath Manet 2017
  • Tanjore, Raghunath Manet - 2015
  • Babaji Dreams, with Drunms Sivamani & Raghunath Manet 2014
  • Great Maestros of India, Music of Veena - Raghunath Manet - 2013
  • Devadasi, Music of bharata natyam - Raghunath Manet - 2012
  • Veena Dreams, Raghunath Manet 2011
  • Omkara, Raghunath Manet & Didier Lockwood - Dreyfus 2010
  • Karnatic, with Dr Balamurali Krishna & Raghunath Manet 2009
  • Bollywood Ballet, Raghunath Manet - Dreyfus 2006
  • Anjali, Music of bharata natyam - Raghunath Manet - 2005
  • Kuravane, Music of bharata natyam - Raghunath Manet - 2004
  • Karaikkudi, Raghunath Manet chez M10 2000
  • Shiva, Music of bharata natyam - Raghunath Manet - M10 2000
  • Pondichéry, Raghunath Manet - Frémaux 1997
  • Veena Recital II, (Double Album) Raghunath Manet / Frémaux 1996
  • Music & Dance, (Double Album) Raghunath Manet Frémaux 1995
  • Veena Recital I, Raghunath Manet (Double Album CD) 1994- Night & Day

+ 14 CD Raghunath veena

Books/livres de Raghunath Manet[edit]

  • L'Inde en Guadeloupe Editions "Tala Sruti" (préface Jean Hira) 2018
  • Shiva et ses 7 danses Editions "Tala Sruti" (Préface Jean-Claude Carrière)- 2011
  • La musique carnatique, préface de Didier Lockwood-Barbizon fev 2001
  • Du temple à la scène Editions "Tala Sruti" (Preface Carolyn Carlson) 1999
  • Les Bayadères du temple de Villenour Editions "Tala Sruti" (préface Professeur Alain Danielou)1993.


Awards/Recompenses[edit]

  • Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award (PBSA) 2017, Dr Raghunath Manet is conferred “Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Awards (PBSA) 2017” from the Hon'ble President of India for his contribution to promote Indian arts and culture in France.
  • Officier des Arts et des Lettres, in 2016 from the French Ministry of Culture.
  • Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, in 2005 from the French Ministry of Culture.
  • GOPIO Community Service Award, in 2011 from GOPIO America in Jaipur.


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