Grand Carnatic Symphony Violin Concert by Kala Ratna Shri. Ashok Gururaj Gurjale accompanied by 25 Violinists
In Aarabhi, we nurture a system of teaching Indian Classical Music, which combines theory with practice, tradition with experiments, discipline with impulse, and finally, solemnity with playfulness. Aarabhi has performed more than 550 live concerts, specialized in Indian Classical Symphony with their students and self, won accolades, kudos, appreciation from the public and press. Aarabhi is the institution where every age group of people will be learning from 6years to 60years. Aarabhi is a temple of music and a wonderland of notes where children beguile the muse with magic born of Bows and Strings. Aarabhi is the only school in Indian which runs 365 days in a year. Ashok G Gurujale was a special Invitee to perform a solo concert at Cupertino - CA - the USA on 6th of October 2012 on Invitation from SILICON ANDHRA ASSOCIATION - SUNNYVALE – CA. Ashok G Gurujale has been specially invited by European Telugu Association - Birmingham in 2003 with 13 kids, for their ETA Diwali celebrations, and performed at England. Ashok G Gurujale was invited by North American Telugu Society (NATS) to conduct symphony “Nadamruthavarshini” with 45 American born Indian children on 05th July 2013 at IRVING CONVENTION CENTER, DALLAS, TEXAS, the USA on the occasion of Telugu Sambaralu. Children were trained in three weeks on music composed by me and on different instruments including Flute, Keyboard, Saxophone, Violin, Guitar, Cello, Double Bass, Trumpet, Oboe, Veena, Sitar, etc. Awarded “Kala Ratna” – the State Honour by Government of Andhra Pradesh. India Book of Records holder by setting a record in “Most Violins played Carnatic Classical Symphony” category. Received “Vishwa Bharati Puraskar” for outstanding services in Indian Classical Music by Delhi Telugu Academy CompositionSwaramadhuri has won national award for “Best Music” by Doordarshan in 2001. This piece has been selected for archives. Awarded the title “PARAGON OF VIOLIN” by Chaitanya Arts, Hyderabad.