|Tanjavur K Murugabhoopathy|
|K V Gopalakrishnan|
|Pancha Matanga||Malahari||Rupaka||Muthuswamy Dikshitar||01:20||Sampler|
|Vazhi Maraitirikkude||Nattaikurunji||Misra Chapu||Gopalakrishna Bharati||01:20||Sampler|
|Sarasa Sama Dana||Kapinarayani||Adi||Tyagaraja||01:20||Sampler|
|Mugattai||Bhairavi||Misra Chapu||Papvinasa Mudaliar||01:20||Sampler|
|Samayamide followed by Tiruppugazh||Chenjuruti||Adi||Veena Seshanna||01:20||Sampler|
|Nainan Me||Lalita||Eka||Tulsi Das||01:20||Sampler|
|Tillana||Behag||Rupaka||Patnam Subramania Iyer||01:20||Sampler|
Cdw 413 – Kutcheri Nirmala Rajasekar
Nirmala Rajasekar is an accomplished veena artiste and vocalist - one of the most recognized names in the world of veena and Carnatic music. She is a disciple of veteran veena Guru Prof. Kalpakam Swaminathan having studied with the great Guru for nearly thirty years, Nirmala has undergone extensive vocal training as well from renowned Gurus Shri Bhagavatula Sitarama Sarma and Prof. T. R Subramaniam. Under the latter she trained as part of the advanced CCRT scholarship. Nirmala’s music reflects both her adherence to rich patanthra of her gurus and her passion for the music of the veena. Her desire in exploring common language among various musical forms of the world in her various collaborative works.
Nirmala has been seen and heard in performing venues and radio and television around the world. Her concert at the International Festival of Music in Konya Turkey in September 2010 was the first veena concert in that country in 50 years. Several honors have been conferred on Nirmala by many institutions around the world for her contributions to music and education, including concert performance awards from top music organizations in India. She has received the Bush Artistic Fellowship and the McKnight Performing Artist Fellowship, becoming the first Indian Musician to receive both these fellowships. She has been awarded several commissions and grants from various muisc forum in the US for the contribution to Carnatic music trough the Veena.