Concert by Vidyut-Amatra-Advait

Arogyam – a carnatic music concert by Vidyut Prasad, Amatra Jagannathan and Advait Krishnan on Sat, Nov 4th

SVETA LV temple, Redmond, WA

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Vidyut Prasad : Vidyut is a 4th grade student at Creekside Elementary. He is an active disciple of Vidushi Amrutha Venkatesh. He began learning Carnatic Music from the age of 4 and had his early lessons from Sri Shiv Kumar Bhat and Sri Subramanian Janardhanan. He has been giving concerts and other performances in the Greater Seattle region. Vidyut has won a lot of Carnatic vocal competitions such as Shravya by the Sudhaarnava academy, SAMPADA, My ICMF. Apart from Carnatic music, Vidyut loves playing the piano and has won several medals in different piano festivals. As a child, he enjoys playing basketball and spending time with his little brother Vittal.

Amatra Jagannathan: Amatra Jagannathan is an 8th grader at Beaver Lake Middle School and began her Carnatic violin lessons at the age of 8 under the expert guidance of Vidwan Sri Ganesh Rajagopalan. For the past 3 years, she has been under the tutelage of Sri Ganesh for Carnatic vocals as well. Prior to that, she learned vocal music from Smt Subhadra Achalla for three years. With her Guru’s blessings, Amatra recently did her violin arangetram on September 30th, 2023.

Amatra has been a student of Western classical violin at the Zadinsky studio in Issaquah for the past year. lIn 2023, she secured a spot as a first violinist in the WMEA Junior All-State Orchestra. She is a first violinist in symphonette orchestra at the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (SYSO), the Sinfonia orchestra at her school and the Issaquah school district honors orchestra.

Beyond her musical endeavours, Amatra is also a proud member of the Sammamish Youth Board and part of the Kiwani’s Builders Club and National Juniors Honors Society at school, demonstrating her commitment to her community and her desire to positively impact society.

Advait Krishnan: Advait is an incoming freshman at Eastlake High and a multi instrumentalist. He plays the mridangam, lead guitar, string and electric bass, piano and Kanjira. He has trained in mridangam for several years locally with Shri Jagadeeswaran Jayaprakash and is now pursuing advanced lessons from Shri B.Ganapathyraman of Chennai. He is also being mentored by the renowned musician & composer Guitar Prasanna. Apart from being regularly featured as a keyboardist or carnatic percussionist in local community events and as a bass player in his school Jazz and Symphony bands, he also enjoys doing instrumental covers and dabbling with music composition across different genres.