SFPI presents Sangamam, an Indian Classical Musical Concert with Mr. TM Krishna on July8,2023.

Shibulal family Philanthropic initiatives presents Carnatic Vocal Concert by Ranjani Gayatri Sisters


Sat, November 5, 2022, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM IST

Jyoti Auditorium
WJM8+6PP, Koramangala Industrial Layout, 
Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560034

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Know the artistes


Ranjani and Gayatri are world renowned versatile musicians whose thirty years of professional accomplishments include studio recordings, television, radio, concerts, festivals and lecture demonstrations. They have performed as soloists, violin duos, accompanists, vocal duos, composers, educators and ambassadors of Indian Classical Music. As top class Indian classical musicians, Ranjani and Gayatri are conservators of their genre’s unique beauty and preserve ancient tradition as they continue to innovate within it.


Perfection of sruti (pitching), powerful voice control, rich imagination and impeccable aesthetics which reflect the timeless values of classicism – these are some of the qualities that describe the music of Ranjani and Gayatri. Above all this, it is the sisters’ capacity to deeply experience and enjoy what they sing, that takes their music to a different plane. Their two voices blend and contrast to strike a fine balance between vibrancy and contemplation, intellect and emotion, tradition and innovation. Their concerts, which draw full houses across the globe, resound with energy, freshness and emotional fervor. Ranjani and Gayatri are also accomplished violinists. They started their musical journey as violinists even before they reached their teens, and made a name for themselves as one of the leading violinists of their generation, performing in leading sabhas (organizations presenting concerts) all over the country and abroad. Besides playing the violin duet, they have also performed along with musical legends including Padma Vibhushan D.K.Pattammal and Padma Vibhushan M Balamurali Krishna.

Ranjani and Gayatri owe their rich musical heritage to their Gurus, Sri T.S. Krishnaswami who taught them violin and Sri P.S.Narayanaswamy, who guides them now. They had their initial vocal training from their mother Smt Meenakshi Balasubramanian and their father Balasubramanian played a pivotal role in shaping their musical values. 

Let’s celebrate the classical arts and come together for a cause

Sangamam, a series of performances showcasing Indian classical art forms, kicks off with Carnatic music stars, Ranjani Gayatri at Jyoti Auditorium on November 5th, 2022 in Bengaluru. Join us for an evening of music and delight while learning about SFPI.