Radha S. Hegde writes for JazzCorner.com,
“New York City has always been a receptive home for the new and experimental in the arts. Indian music is emerging as an exciting site where traditional forms are now being treated to creative makeovers. Young Indian-Americans are offerings new engagements with the melodic and rhythmic structures of classical music from the subcontinent. Guided by guitarist Tom Chang’s vision to expand the palate of musical offerings, Cornelia Street Café has emerged as a vibrant space for the new in Indian classical music, in particular Carnatic music from south India. Carnatic Sundays, a series curated by Arun Ramamurthy, a violinist from Brooklyn, brings Carnatic music with an edge to the Village.”

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