Srinivas Rajagopal
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  • Bangalore
  • India
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Where are you located?
Bangalore, India
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist
Tell us a little about your background...
I am a Guitarist, I play wide variety of music from Jazz to Indian Film Music. I do about 180 gigs a year. My other profession is I am a College Professor I teach Textile & Management subjects. Both Music & Teaching are part-time jobs.
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Colin D'Cruz
What Instrument do you play?
Guitar
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http://www.alpenassociates.com
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Profile of My Band - Different Strings




{ Rock, Pop, Fusion, Retro, Indian, Funk, Jazz, Blues, Classics }
SRINIVAS R., 10, Singh Complex, 9th.A Cross,
Chikabettahalli,AMS Layout,
Vidyaranyapura,Bangalore – 560 097
Ph: 080-41728301 Mob; 9900612258
Email: srinivasrajagopal1951@yahoo.co.in, srinivas@alpenassociates.com
Website: www.alpenassociates.com

PROFILE OF OUR BAND:

The main members of our Band are:

(“Professor”) Srinivas R.: Guitar / Vocals : 58 years, Band Leader. Playing guitar last 35 years. Very wide experience and repertoire. Works as a Faculty in Several Colleges and teaches Fashion Technology and Business Management. Also plays as Solo Serenading Guitarist / Vocalist. Prof. Srinivas has given 120 performances In 2009, and 15o in 2010 till October with Bands and Solo.

Dilip Lalwani:
58 years, Percussions, Vocals; Experience over 35 years in Restaurants, Night clubs and Dance Bands. Has a Mannequin Servicing Business.

Kups: Bass Guitar, 36 years. Played in Night clubs, Indian Orchestras, Rock Bands over 25 years. Teaches Guitar.

The core members of the Band perform every Wednesday & Thursday at “Bean Here”, Restaurant on 7th. Floor, The Solitaire Hotel, No.3, KumarKrupa Road (Near Race Course) Bangalore. Ph: 080-40443636 for reservations.

Kamal Kumar :
45 years: Keyboards: Over 20 years experience in Orchestras – specialist in Indian Film Music

Parth:
19 Years, Flute: A child prodigy.

Raja F: Percussions / Drums / Vocals – Western & Indian Film: Over 35 years experience in Night-Clubs, Restaurants, Western & Indian Bands.

WE CAN ADD OTHER MUSICIANS – SAXAPHONE, TABLA, KEYBOARDS, VIOLIN ETC. AS REQUIRED FOR SPECIFIC EVENTS.

Singers : We can add Male / Female Singers as required for Indian Film and Pop Music in a variety of Indian Languages – Hindi, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Punjabi, Gujarati, etc.

Our forte is 60s-70s Retro Country, Rock, R&B, Jazz, Pop. Our experience in music performances include: Soft instrumentals / vocals for Corporate Dinners / Cocktail Parties. Anglo-Indian and Christian Weddings. Dance Parties in Clubs, Hotels, Resorts, etc. Restaurant music. Non-Christian Weddings with mix of Indian / Western Pop/Film music. Jazz, Fusion (Indo-Jazz), Blues Concerts. College Rock Shows. Christmas and New Year Shows.

PHOTOS:

Professor Srinivas R. Christmas Carols at Forum Mall


Different Strings Band at Sigma Mall

Prof. Srinivas at a Seminar. Conducting a Technology workshop and entertaining Solo after the Session.
View Professor Srinivas singing “My Way” & other songs on You Tube: http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=M_l9grxesPs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tma0y9Macc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63nA_t75fgg

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My story of my experiences as a Guitarist - Part 6 - After College what?

Posted on March 9, 2010 at 7:17pm 0 Comments

11.01.2010.



After College…. What?



February, 1971 found me not yet 20 years old, most likely to not complete graduation and prospect of a huge family row coming up because of this. I was supposed to be in the third and final year of B.Sc. (Honors) course

with Physics as “major”, at Central College, Bangalore University, but I had

yet to pass one subject from the first year, all twelve subjects from…

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My story of my experiences as a Guitarist - Part 3 - Some Lyrics /Poems

Posted on February 16, 2010 at 4:30pm 2 Comments

16.12.2001.

I've got all it takes:

When I was young I heard my first…

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My story of my experiences as a Guitarist - Part 5 - Stoned Package

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 6:04pm 0 Comments

04.12.2001.

The great Rock-Show.

One of the best events that…

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My story of my experiences as a Guitarist - Part 4- BHU & 2nd.Year

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 6:01pm 0 Comments

18.11.2001.

23.11.2001.…

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At 11:40pm on October 2, 2011, Michael Matthews said…

Greeting Professor Rajagopal,

 

              Good to read your e-note this morning. I was reading for many hours till 132 am this Monday morning when I got to read your note. I would like to wish you belated 60th Happy Birthday! I'm about a 1 1/2 year older then you are. I was born on April 1950.

 

Normally I'm out of our apartment on most weekends. But this weekend I was home due pain from dental work. so you play several musical instrument. You must be very talented  man of music/letters.

 

Professor Rajagopal, I do look forward reading more about 80's 90's 2000 era whenever you do post about those adventure in your life. Best wishes to all.

 

M. Matthews

 
 
 

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