Prestigious Awards For Renowned Violinist

Renowned Violinist, Nandini Muthuswamy is an exceptional musician of the present generation. Widely regarded as a Maestro & Virtuoso she hails from an illustrious family of musicians. Applauded by connoisseurs & alike, for her original style of violin playing, Nandini Muthuswamy has been featured in numerous music festivals and concerts across the globe. Nandini Muthuswamy has performed extensively in several countries in all the 5 continents of the world.

She has performed in India, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mauritius, UK, USA, Norway, France , Germany, Luxembourg, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain. Nandini’s contribution to the world of music has earned her several awards, accolades, prizes & titles. She was awarded the title of “Kalaimamani” – the highest honour of the State Government of Tamil Nadu,India in recognition of her services to the cause of Music. She is the youngest female Violinist to be honoured with this title.

She has also been honoured with Gold Medal, awarded by His Holiness Shri Sankaracharya Swamigal of Kanci Kamakoti Peetham for securing the First Place in the State.She was honoured as the Most Talented Artist in 1991, by Mohanam and Best Senior Violinist Award from the Music Academy, Madras.As a multi-faceted musician, Nandini Muthuswamy’s forays into other musical genres have received critical acclaim. She is adept in different World Music genres and Western Classical Music.

Besides being a Violin Soloist and a Duo with her sister Dr. M. Lalitha. She has collaborated with some of the finest musicians. She also became the first Female Conductor of the Bosch Bela String Orchestra, South Africa. Nandini is also a composer par excellence and has composed Fusion Compositions portraying the various shades of global music.On the academics front, Nandini is a brilliant academician and holds triple Master’s Degrees in Indian Music, Ethnomusicology and Information Science. She is also a multi-linguist and is conversant with English, Tamil, Sanskrit, French and German.

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