Esplanade Presents


Veena Tarangini – An Evening of Classical Chords

Dr Manjula Surendra and Vidwan K Sivakumar (Singapore)

6 Feb 2023, Mon, 6.45pm & 7.45pm


(Intermission: None)

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The veena, said to be played by the Goddess Saraswati, is considered the queen of instruments. It is an ancient Indian chordophone known for its rich tonality and versatility. In this performance, Dr Manjula Surendra will present a few scintillating medleys of Carnatic ragas hemmed into composition with foot tapping rhythm. Vidwan K Sivakumar will be accompany her on the mridangam, another divine instrument held by Lord Shiva.


Come and enjoy Carnatic music on these divine instruments.


Mask-wearing is optional. However, audiences are encouraged to continue to exercise responsibility and caution, such as wearing masks when in crowded places. No tickets will be issued. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Language: English
Things to Note:
Accessibility Advisory: We provide a range of access services and relaxed performances for patrons with access needs. For wheelchair-accessible seats, please call Esplanade Customer Experience at 6828 8377 for assistance. Concessions for Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) and up to one accompanying companion are available. | View our accessibility guide
Date & Time

6 Feb 2023, Mon


Esplanade Concourse


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