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Swarakruti A Musical Portrait of Pt. Bhimsen Joshi by Shrinivas Joshi


The audience was enthralled by the voice of the century, Pt. Bhimsen Joshi. Panditji was accompanied by his son Shrinivas Joshi with tantamount ability. Shanmukhananda Sabhagruha was basked in that divine sound of music.- Lokmat, Pune

An Able Disciple Shrinivas Joshi, Pt. Bhimsen Joshi's son, took to professional singing and made his mark in the field. Saraswatibai Rane Award is ample proof of his calibre,- The Times of India, Pune, May 16, 2008

Panditji's son Shrinivas was singing with him. Their voice textures were different. But the beauty of Shrinivas's singing was coming across, especially while adding a note to a pause left by Panditji and returning it to him gracefully. - Loksatta Mumbai Vruttant

A lot of singers have tried to imitate Pt. Bhimsen Joshi's rich vocals, pronunciation and hand gestures. It is a point of joy and satisfaction that Panditji's son Shrinivas did not fall prey to this temptation. - Lokmat

Shrinivas is an artist in a league of his own. - Navbharat

Shrinivas Joshi's aaroh-awaroh remided the audience of Pt. Bhimsen Joshi.When he started song 'Ae Mahadev in Raag Shankara, the audience started applauding. The layakaris presented by him with seriousness and complete dedication to the Raga, will remain fresh in the memory of the audience. -
Dainik Bhaskar, Indore


Todays classical music concert began with the seven swaras of Raag Yaman. The Raag was rendered by Shrinivas Joshi. When this son of Pt. Bhimsen and Vatsala Joshi came on 'shadja', his thorough training and profound riyaaz was evident. His semi-classical Thumri 'Chaav Dikhala ja Baanke Sawaariya' proved that he has mastery over not only the classical but also the semi-classical music.- City Bhaskar, Bhopal

Various illustrious personalities sat enraptured as Shrinivas Joshi paid a befitting tribute to his mother through his excellent vocals.The unusual combination of the swaras and the expressive nature of raag Puriya Dhanashree caressed the audience as Joshi made transitions from high to low notes with tremendous ease. The audience was taken through a magical journey of music as Joshi presented a diverse range of sur and taal through raag Bhimpalasi, Thumri and Abhanga.- Indian Express, Pune

While most agree that they will miss Pt. Bhimsen Joshi, the bottomline remains- the show must go on. Apparently, his son Shrinivas Joshi's maiden performance at the Sawai Gandharva was appreciated by many and he is now being seen as the next Pt. Joshi in the making. - The Times of India, Pune

Many a stalwart have performed the great Bhairavi but Joshi holds his own. - Ranjit Sahay, India Today

 
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