Travelogue

Event and concert at the United Nations 2 October, 2016

On the birthday of the Mahatma, 2nd October, declared as International Non-Violence Day, the United Nations UN Postal Administration unveiled a commemorative stamp of Bharat Ratna late M.S. Subbulakshmi to mark the 50th anniversary of her performance at the UN in 1966. Sudha Ragunathan. had the honor of receiving the first copy and this was followed by a concert that featured numbers that were favorites of the Mahatma. Sudha Ragunathan also gave six concerts across the U.S. in September 2016. Organized by eye care institution, Sankara Nethralya, these concerts were held in cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angles, Houston and Washington. These were held as part of the centenary celebrations of MS Amma. October 2, 2016 would be firmly etched not only in the annals of Carnatic music but also the archives of the United Nations for remembering and celebrating two legends, the proud son (Mahatma Gandh) and daughter (MS) of Mother India. ``I am indeed blessed to be a part of this indelible imprint,'' says Sudha Ragunathan.


Utsav, 2015 on 3 Oct, 2015 at Washington


India Abroad "Runaway star performed of the first day of UTSAV was Sudha Ragunathan, the Carnatic vocalist whose melodious voice with excellent compositions in Khamas raga, ragam, thanam and pallavi bewitched your ears".





European Tour 28 September, 2014


Sudha Ragunathan sways London with her music. In concert at the Birmingham Venkateswara Temple, the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and the Kenneth Moore Theatre and workshops with children at Harrow and London, Sudha's music traverses across generations. Running to full houses at all venues leving the audience asking for more, this is another satisfactory step in carrying her music across the globe.

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Australian Tour - June 2014

Sudha Ragunathan's music enveloped Australia, from Sydney to Melbourne, along with workshops and interactions.