New Delhi: The organist in the Choral Symphony of India is now a household name.
His name is M.G.K. Bhargava.
The organ player in the chamber orchestra of India’s National Orchestra of India, the Indian Chamber Orchestra (ICOI), was once an unassuming man.
The 34-year-old was known as the “guru of Indian music” because of his ability to convey the moods and tones of music in the traditional way.
Now, he is one of India`s most popular musicians.
Bhagavan is a classical pianist who has been part of the national orchestra since 2009.
He was inducted into the National Institute of Performing Arts` Choral Chamber Orchestra Hall of Fame in 2014.
The IBSA has recorded a video of him performing a classical piece for the orchestra at the age of 23.
The video is now part of a programme about Bhagavad-gita in the National Theatre of India.
Bhogavad Gita, which is the epic poem of the Mahabharata, is a popular classical work of literature in many languages.
In the ancient Indian tradition, it is a story of the birth and development of a human being.
The Bhagava family has been performing Bhagaviasasat, or Bhagvad Gitarasat or Gitararasat in the Srinagar National Theatre, for decades.
They are considered to be among the most well-known classical musicians in the country.
In 2014, Bhagavisat was released as a concert film and was nominated for an award.
The film has become the first of its kind in the history of the theatre in India.
The Indian Chamber orchestra is considered to have one of highest audiences in India, having the highest number of members in its ranks, the IBSA said in its statement.
The IBSA says Bhagavin had been performing as a classical performer in the Indian chamber orchestra for almost two decades when he decided to become a member of the orchestra.
The orchestra`s president and director, P.D. Bhat, said in a statement, that the IBSC had invited him to join the orchestra for the 2019-2020 season.
He will perform in the 2019/2020 season, the statement added.
Bhagavin, who lives in the capital city, Delhi, was a member in 1998 of the National Opera House of India (NOSHI), which was renamed the Indian National Opera in 2005.
He joined the NOSHI in 2015.
The NOSH I is a multi-storied institution that has served as the artistic hub for the national opera and choral orchestras in the last two decades.
In 2017, it was awarded the prestigious KPMG prestigious title of India�s best orchestra, which was conferred by the International Chamber Orchestra of Excellence, the ICAO.
Bhaghavad has performed at the National Symphony Orchestra of Nepal in New Delhi, the Chilang Khunjani Orchestra in Kathmandu and the Royal Choral Chorus of Nepal at the Bhat Memorial Concert Hall in Kathasund.
He has also performed at various venues in Nepal.
The NOSH, which has been operating since 1988, is also a charter member of India International Music Festival.
In 2019, the Nosh I was inducting Bhagvinasat into the Indian Society of Performer, Dance and Performance Hall of Honor.
In 2019, Bhaghavavad was inductee of the International Choral Society of India Awards for Excellence for his work as a performer in music.
The awards ceremony was held in New York City.
In 2018, Bhagnavajahara-based KPM Gautam Mahabali had announced that Bhaguvad Gavaskar, who was instrumental in bringing the Bhagvarasat to India, was induct into the prestigious International Chorale Hall of India in New London, Connecticut.
The Hall of honor, established in 1893, is considered one of best performing choral halls in the world.
According to the IB, Bhargavad is one in a growing number of Indian classical composers who have been inducted by the IB to the prestigious international music hall.