Dr.Nithyasree Mahadevan to perform live in Kuwait on 3rd April 2020

Dr.Nithyasree Mahadevan to perform live in Kuwait on 3rd April 2020


Indians in Kuwait

Legendary Indian Traditional Classical Music and playback singer Dr. Nithyasree Mahadevan and her band will perform a live classical concert in Kuwait in an exclusive event organized by Bharatheeya Sangeetha Sabha, Kuwait. Along with Dr. Nithyasree Mahadevan, award-winning and pioneering violinist Shri. M.A Krishnaswamy & Renowned Mridangam Artist Shri. Sivakumar will entertain the audience at the event titled “BASSFEST 2020”, which will be held on Friday 3rd April 2020 at 5.00pm at Nottingham British School Auditorium, Abbasiya Dr. Nithyasree Mahadevan is a Carnatic musician and playback singer for film songs in many Indian languages.

Nithyashree has performed in all major sabhas in India. She has released more than 500 albums. She is best known for her rendition of the A. R. Rahman composition, "Kannodu Kaanbadhellam" - her playback debut song in the Tamil movie Jeans. Nithyasree Mahadevan has performed in all major sabhas all over India and has presented her concerts in the United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Germany, France, Singapore, Malaysia, Switzerland, Belgium, New Zealand, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, and various other destinations throughout the world. Nithyasree Mahadevan made her debut as a playback singer after being invited by prominent music producer, A. R. Rahman to record a song for the Tamil film, Jeans starring Aishwarya Rai, Prashanth and Nassar. Her playback debut song "Kannodu Kaanbadhellam" became an instant hit after the film's release, and won her the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for 1998.

After her instant success in 1998, Nithyasree began recording more songs for A. R. Rahman in the same combination, like "Minsara Kanna" for the 1999 film Padayappa, "Sowkiyama Kannae" for the 1999 film Sangamam, and "Manmatha Maasam" for the 2001 film Parthale Paravasam. These songs again were successfully received in digital stores following the release of the 2006 compilation Introducing A. R. Rahman. Some of her other Tamil film songs include "Kumbakonam Sandhayile" from New released in 2004, "Oru Nadhi Oru Pournami" from Samurai released in 2002, "Kana Kaangiren" from Ananda Thandavam as well as "Thaai Thindra Mannae" from the film Aayirathil Oruvan released in 2010. Nithyasree also recorded songs for films which were in other South Indian languages, including "Raa Raa" for music director Gurukiran in the 2004 Kannada film Apthamithra, "Vaaraai" for music director Vidyasagar in the 2005 Telegu-dubbed film Chandramukhi, and "Varuvayi Thozhi" for composer Ouseppachan in the 2012 Malayalam film Arike.