Keshav Ram will be the tenth artist to perform on The Indian Sun Live under “Lockdown Diaries” on 13 May. Over the last few weeks, various artists from Australia and India performed live to over 22k plus audiences to keep the community motivated during the ongoing restrictions to contain COVID-19. Various artists from all age groups shared their talent and skills as part of a community-led initiative to help the community stop the spread and stay healthy.
Keshav has formally learnt Carnatic vocals for 3 years from Smt. Shobha Shekhar. He then continued for another 2 years under the mentorship of Late Prof. G Narsimhan. “I started learning mandolin for a couple of months in Melbourne from Shri Nataraj Babji at the age of 6, and then continued my Carnatic training from Late Mandolin Maestro Shri U Shrinivas in Chennai during my annual visits, from 2007 until his demise in 2014,” says Keshav.
“Now I seek to broaden my musical enterprise through versatility and independent learning / self-teaching,” adds Keshav, who will be performing for 30 minutes on Wednesday, 13 May.
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