Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival

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Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival
Location(s)Solihull, England
Founded byShruthiUK

Birmingham Thyagaraja Festival is an annual Carnatic culture musical event that takes place in Solihull in UK. It is conducted by the south Asian non-profit organization ShruthiUK. The festival is named after Saint Tyagaraja, a prominent 18th-century Indian composer of Carnatic music.[1][2][3]



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  3. ABPL. "Connecting all strands of Diversity through Carnatic Music". Retrieved 12 March 2018.
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