Bhubaneswar: With the spring setting in, the famous Rajarani temple is all set to vibrate with the symphony of enchanting Indian classical music presented by the noted artistes of National and International repute.
The three-day Rajarani Music Festival is all set to begin on the lush green ambience in the precinct of the magnificent Rajarani Temple on January 18.
On the inaugural evening, Suramani Ramesh Chandra Das will play the violin. This will be followed by a flute recital by Srinibas Satapathy and Carnatic Vocal by Sanjay Subhramanyan.
The second evening will commence with Odissi Vocal by Matruprasad Das, followed by another Odissi Vocal performance by Himansu Sekhar Swain and instrumental music (Ghattam) by Viku Vinayakram.
The last day of the festival will witness Hindustani Vocal by Sanjiv Abhyankar. This will be followed by Violin Performance by Ganesh and Kumaresh.
The festival will be organized by Odisha Tourism in association with OTDC and OSNA.
The festival will conclude on January 20, 2018.