Two of my students won awards at the 28th Indian American Heritage Foundation Award held on April 20th at Hilton Hotel in Long Beach, CA.
Suraj Srivats was awarded second place in the Middle School Category. This took into account his Academic performance in Middle School as well as Performing Arts. During the award ceremony, he was one of many awardees that performed. He played Gam Ganapate on the Saxophone. He learnt the vocal for this from Indhu Nagarajan, his carnatic music teacher and the saxophone version from his guru Delhi P. Sunderrajan.
Amogha Koka was awarded fourth place in the Middle School Category of the 28th Indian American Heritage Foundation Award held on April 20th at Hilton Hotel in Long Beach, CA.
Indu Ramasubramaniyan, Director Swaramanjari School Of Music, Los Angeles is a performing South Indian Classical Vocalist and instrumentalist teaching classical music in Thousand Oaks, California since 2008. She has been Learning Indian Classical music for the past 26 years and had given stage performances. She has participated in various state level and national level competitions and had won awards and prizes in India.