Beautiful playing by young carnatic violinist Charumathi Raghuram

Groomed so far mainly by famous violinist T.N. Krishnan, this is Charumathi Raghuram, a young carnatic violinist with an excellent technique and in her playing a delightful, refined expression. With great imagination she plays a wonderful rendition of Akhilandeswari and – according to my taste – she achieves the kind of carnatic violin sound that I personally like best and that I always seek for in this music. Also the overall sound, the recording and amplification are ok here I think. I mention this, because many recordings in this area of music sound pretty bad, if not – if I may say so – horrible, that is, in my ears. For instance, I don’t like the use of big reverb and excessive microphone amplification in raga music, as – regrettably – soo often happens on stage or in studios. An interesting topic for debate and for further musicological investigation.


4 thoughts on “Beautiful playing by young carnatic violinist Charumathi Raghuram

  1. Its melodious, nice to hear. Even i am learning violin but only thing is that its difficult to shift the fingers from lower notes to higher.

  2. I want the contact information of the violinist Charumati Raghuram’as I am keen to organize her full time concert for an important event inChennai.Please help if possible

  3. Just saw your message, quite a bit late, apologies. Charumathi is on Facebook. You should try to contact her there. If you don’t succeed I could give it a try for you.
    K. Regards,

  4. Dear Sri.T.V.Krishnamurthy,

    Charumathi is my daughter and I am pleased to hear that a connoiseur like
    you are keen on arranging a full time solo concert for her.You may kindly contact me at towards same.

    With kind regards,

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