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After listening to Ravi’s recordings, in 2005 legendary musician and ‘Father of World Music’ Pandit Ravi Shankar invited Ravi to join him for the upcoming concerts titled “Festival of India III” in the year 2005-06. Ravi was also part of Anoushka Shankar’s world tour, reaffirming his position as a sought after flutist.

ETERNAL BREATH

Release Date:October 2, 2012

 

About Ravichandra

Initiated into the hallowed realms of Carnatic classical music (South Indian music) at the tender age of six, Ravichandra Kulur initially took up the South Indian percussion instruments, the Mridangam and the Kanjira.

His father Professor K Raghavendra Rao was a respected flutist at the time and his ear for music and skill with the flute was inherited by Ravi who surprised many when he picked it up and played it with ease and skill. Ravi started performing duets with his father and even held solo concerts, and he was only nine years old!

Ravi developed a keen interest in other forms of music, experimenting with fusion and world music and discovering Jazz and broadening his knowledge of classical music to include Hindustani classical as well as Carnatic...

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“Bliss” from Arun Shenoy’s new global fusion project featured Ravichandra Kulur. The music has also been featured on an worldwide Exclusive First Look! on GRAMMY.com on 26-August 2013.

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With the Sitar legend…

With the Sitar legend…

Pandit Ravi Shankar -“The extraordinary lesson” Paris 2008

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ETERNAL BREATH

ETERNAL BREATH

Indian Classical Flute Recital (Carnatic)

Accompagnied by:
Vidwan Mysore M Nagar