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Hindustani music has been nurtured by a host of all-time greats, each exemplifying one or the other Gharana. One such Gharana is distinguished as the Gwalior Gayaki. The foremost exponent of this glorious school of music
is the redoubtable Acharya Vishnu Digambar Paluskar of hallowed memory.
Ubhaya Gana Vidushi Dr. Shyamala G Bhave is the talented daughter of the illustrious artiste couple Acharya Pandit Govind Vithal Bhave and Vidushi Lakshmi Bhave. Hailing from a family steeped in music, culture and tradition, music came naturally to Shyamala. A child prodigy, she sang her first concert when she was barely six!
Gifted with a mellifluous voice, impeccable sense of ‘sur’ and ‘laya’, she has mastered the subtle microtones that characterise classicism. One of the frontline performers of the Gwalior Gharana style of Hindustani music in its pure form, the sublime emotions in her renditions evoke the mood and feeling of the ‘Raag’, touching the soul of the listener.
Shyamalaji is equally at ease revealing her command over the different idioms and nuances that characterise the Carnatic style of Classical Music. Her potential was recognised and appreciated very early in her music career by the celebrated Sir M. Visweshwaraiah who conferred the title 'Ubhaya Gana Vidushi' on Shyamala, a title she has worn with pride ever since. She
is credited with the conceptualisation. and propagation of 'DAKSHINOTTARAM', a unique technique of 'Ubhayagaan' concert wherein she presents a single-artiste vocal jugalbandi.
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