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Trained vocally by Suswara Sukhalaya Smt Raji Gopalakrishnan, Vaaraki has been a concert artist & vocalist for dance in various organizations in Canada, USA, UK and India for the past 13 years. She was awarded Best Performer in the 2010 Chennai Music Season and Sangeetha Kala Vipanchee by Padmavibhushan Maestro Dr M. Balamuralikrishna. Vaaraki has also been teaching vocal music to the next generation for the past 11 years. Academically Vaaraki holds a Masters in Applied Psychology and is currently working as an Abuse and Trauma Counsellor for a Non-Profit Agency that serves women fleeing from intimate-partner and domestic violence.
Mithuran Manogaran is a disciple of Sangeetha Kalanidhi Mrs Thanathevy Mithradeva and Shri M.R. Gopinath. He has accompanied many artists such as Tiruvarur Girish, Dr. S.Sunder, and Ashok Ramani. He was presented with the title “Isai Kalaa Bharathi,” from the Kalaamanram upon his successful completion of the teacher’s grade examination. Sri Varasithi Vinaiyagar Hindu Temple of Toronto awarded Mithuran with the title “Sangeetha Kalajothy” for his exemplary concerts conducted at the temple and all across the GTA. He has performed both in Canada and United States as well as in India, and is also a teacher to students in Toronto, Montreal, Paris and Germany.
Kajajeyan Pararasasegaram received his initial training from Miruthanga Vidwan, Kalasooriyar P.Sinnarajah in Sri Lanka at age of eleven and he is a senior disciple of Miruthanga Vidwan Dr. Gowrishankar Balachandran. Kajajeyan is also receiving advanced training from Miruthanga maestro, Kalaimamani Sri Thiruvaarur Bakthavathsalam. He is a popular Miruthangam and Morsing artist who has accompanied many leading artists, such as Kalaimamani Sri P. Unnikrishnan, Isai Perarasar Sri Neyveli Santhanagopalan, Kalaimamani Smt. Geetha Rajashekar, Maharajapuram Sri.Ramachandran, Kalaimamani Maharajapuram Sri. Srinivasan and Veena Vidwan Sri Rajhesh Vaidya are just to name a few. Sri Varasiththi Vinaayager Hindu Temple of Toronto honoured him with the title of “Laya Gnana Mani.”