New King of Indian Classical Violin, Ambi Subramaniam set to release “Superheroes Without Capes” song with 500 children this evening

Ambi Subramaniam, son of Legendary violinist, Dr. L. Subramaniam to release “Superheroes without Capes” song this evening

Superheroes without Capes.

Well known Carnatic Classical violinist, Ambi Subramaiam is releasing his latest original song, “Superheroes Without Capes,” under The Thair Sadam Project, an experimental blend of Carnatic and digital music along with his sibling .

Photo: From (R-L): Ambi Subramaniam, his sister Bindu Subramaniam and Carnatic fusion artist Mahesh Raghavan

“Superheroes Without Capes” features in excess of 500 children as part SaPa in schools, an initiative by the Subramaniam Academy of Performing Arts (SaPa) to integrate Indian and global music into the mainstream academic curriculum.

“The teaser of the song is already out and we are launching the song this evening at 7.00 PM,” Ambi told The Indian.News.

Superheroes Without Capes Teaser

Our super fun new song "Superheroes Without Capes" – shot with almost 500 kids from SaPa is coming out on Thursday! Here's a sneak peekThe Thayir Sadam Project Mahesh Raghvan Bindu Subramaniam

Posted by Ambi Subramaniam on Tuesday, 11 December 2018

The Bangalore based Ambi has been giving concert from a tender age of seven, drawing inspiration from none other than his father and guru rolled into one, Dr. L. Subramaniam, the legend. At the age 19 itself, Ambi had reached the big circuit with his violin performances. With none other than to look for inspiration, the legend, Dr. L. Subramaniam, while accompanying him wherever he performed across the world, young Ambi learned the nuances of violin and mastered it. Thanks too the umpteen duo performance that Ambi had with his father, Dr. L. Subramaniam, the young artist could evolve a style of his own.

Ambi Subramaniam with his father, Legendary violinist, Dr. L. Subramaniam.

Ambi is equally at home with Indian classical violin as well as the western classical genre as well. Ambi secured first rank in the Associated Board Royal School of Music. Besides violin, Ambi also had achieved distinctions in Piano and Western Music Theory Examinations. Ambi has the distinction of being part of a special performance at the Gateway of India back in 2003, featuring violin legends includinng Dr. L. Subramaniam and Jean Luc Ponty. In 1999, Ambi performed at a special open-air millennium concert on New Year’s eve in front of a crowd numbering two lakh.

New TSP Release Announcement! (feat. Neha and Navya)

The Thayir Sadam Project has a new original release coming out next week; and we thought this would be the best way to announce it! Here are the amazingly talented Neha and Navya doing a cup song version of our soon to release original!Mahesh Raghvan Bindu Subramaniam Akshay Anantapadmanabhan

Posted by Ambi Subramaniam on Thursday, 6 December 2018

New TSP Released (Feat. Neha and Navya) last week.

Ambi has also performed at the most renowned Dussehra Fetival at the Mysore Palace, the Yehudi Menuhin Festival in Gstaad, the Lincon Centre Out of Doors Festival, the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Chicago, the US; and at the Centenary Celebration of the Bangalore Gayana Samaaj.

The Thayir Sadam Project – Junior Edition 😁 3 Blind Mice with Mahati, Soumya and Saketh#ThayirSadamThursdays Bindu Subramaniam Mahesh Raghvan Akshay Anantapadmanabhan The Thayir Sadam Project

Posted by Ambi Subramaniam on Thursday, 22 November 2018

The Thayir Sadam Project – Junior Edition 3 Blind Mice with Mahati, Soumya and Saketh three weeks ago.

What is more, Ambi had also performed with the Orchestra Nationale du Lille, Sinfonia Baltica, Filharmonica du Stadt Sibiu, the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra and the Leipzig Philharmonic Orchestra. In the Sounds of India programme, Ambi was a soloist, featuring talented instrumentalists from across India in several venues both in India and overseas stages.

Ambi and his father, Dr. L. Subramaniam brought out a duet album that was released in the UK some time back. The 1991 born Ambi is now dabbling with various fusion music genre, even as he gives Carnatic violin concerts throughout the year, encouraging budding talents to popularise both Indian and Western Classical violin and vocals.