Have you ever heard a song by your favourite Tamil music director and wondered what 'Ragam' it was? Or have you always wanted to sing a film song but was too shy to try?

Fret not, as the Temple of Fine Arts (TFA) Kuala Lumpur is offering an online workshop called "Thirai Isai Ragangal- Appreciation of Carnatic Raga-s in Film Music" that will be conducted by renowned flutist G Sridhar, violinist Pangasaasanii Gowrisan, and vocalist Srivaramangai Sadagopan, on Saturday, Sept 4 from 7 to 8pm.

In this free event, participants will have the opportunity to learn, identify and listen to songs that have similar ties through melodic movements known as raga-s.

What is Keeravani? Who is Kalyani? Are there devotional movie songs, or does your favourite song have a carnatic base? Have all your questions answered in this eye-opening online workshop, which would be the perfect way to spend your weekend, and leave you wanting for more.

Don't forget to sign up for this exclusive workshop on TFA's virtual platform Bindu.

The Temple of Fine Arts (TFA) Kuala Lumpur is renowned for its brand of the arts, known for quality and excellence. While having been strong proponents of the traditional forms of teaching, reality has thrown TFA in the path of exploring new opportunities. “Thirai Isai Ragangal – Appreciation of Carnatic Raga-s in Film Music” is a feature on its newest venture in facilitating online learning.

This workshop is open to all music lovers. Please register at the following link if you are interested to join.

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