Kerala floods: TM Krishna to perform in Kerala University for fund raising

Prime News, Nation, (Thiruvananthapuram), November 26:-TM Krishna, renowned Carnatic singer and Magsasay Award winner, will perform here next month as part of a fundraiser for the flood affected people of the state. The event, jointly organised by Kerala University Teachers Organisation (KUTO), Kerala University Staff Union and UNISTAR, will be held in the Kerala University Senate Hall on December 15, 2018.

“KUTO has resolved to take part directly in the post-flood reconstruction activities and is in the process of building a house for selected flood victims,” says Dr Thajudeen A S, general secretary of KUTO said in a statement.

“We are now holding a fund-raising cultural event featuring a Carnatic Concert by famed musician T M Krishna, Winner of Indira Gandhi Award for National Integration & Magsasay Award,” he added.

“We hold the event with dual aims, to raise funds and also to pledge solidarity with Sri T M Krishna in his efforts to take Carnatic music out of the religious walls,” he said.

The tickets for this concert will be available on BookMyShow portal from November 27, 2018.

Last week, Krishna’s performance, which was “postponed” from the festival “Music in the Park”, finally entertained his fans in Delhi, a day after with help from the Aam Aadmi Party government.

The singer has been facing threats from right-wing elements on social media for his Carnatic compositions on Jesus Christ and Allah.

Krishna’s music performance in Delhi included Kabir, Lord Krishna, Jesus Christ in languages ranging from Kannada, Hindi and Malayalam.

-(NAV, Inputs: Agencies)

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