SPICMACAY on Lambeth Live, Apr 15

Four members of the University of Virginia’s SPICMACAY will put on the April 15 edition of Lambeth Live (heard each Friday night from 8-9 on WTJU), and you are invited to be part of the studio audience for this FREE concert broadcast!  Come experience various styles of Indian classical music performed by UVA and Charlottesville community members.

350 Emmet St N, Charlottesville on ye olde GPS will get you to the large lot (do NOT use Lambeth Lane or Google Maps). Just park in the lower lot, and head up the stairs to the central building where WTJU is on the second floor.

For those unable to be part of the studio audience for this FREE concert, you can also listen around Charlottesville at 91.1 FM, 102.9 FM in the Richmond area, and on-line at wtju.net.

Lambeth Live-SammySamyuktha Srinivasan is a 3rd year undergraduate student studying Cognitive Science and South Asian Studies in the college of arts and sciences. She has been learning Carnatic music for 12 years, and also sings for UVA’s only competitive fusion a cappella team, Ektaal.

Lambeth Live-NandanNandan Srinivasa is a 1st year undergraduate student intending on studying Neuroscience and Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences. He has been learning the Indian Carnatic Flute for ten years under the guidance of Sri. Raman Kalyan. At UVA, he is a member of SPICMACAY as well as an undergraduate researcher in the Neuroscience/Pharmacology Department of the UVA Medical School.

Lambeth Live-ArghyaArghya is a Sophomore at Albermarle High School. She has been learning Hindustani Classical Music for the past nine years under the guidance of Smt. Nirmal Bajekal.

Lambeth Live-AshwinAshwin is a Sophomore at Albermarle High School. He has been learning Indian Classical Music for the past seven years under the guidance of Chitra Ravindran.

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