Violin Virtuoso Ambi Subramaniam In Concert

Ambi Subramaniam, hailed as the 'New King of Indian Violin' and 'India's Itzhak Perlman,' was trained by his father and guru, Dr. L. Subramaniam. He's received awards like the Ritz Icon of the Year, Rotary Youth Award, and two Global Indian Music Awards. In 2021, GQ Magazine named him one of the 25 most influential young Indians. Subramaniam has performed in 40+ countries and at iconic venues like Madison Square Garden, Millennium Park, Chicago, and the Philharmonie de Paris, among others. At JLF Colorado, accompanied by percussionists Rohan Krishnamurth (mridangam) and Sowmiya Narayanan (ghatam), he will be presenting Indian classical (Carnatic) music, which has one of the most sophisticated melodic and rhythmic structures in the world

The Anirudh Varma Collective Classical Quartet

The Anirudh Varma Collective (AVC) is a contemporary Indian classical ensemble from New Delhi, India. It is led by pianist, composer & producer, Anirudh Varma. The Anirudh Varma Collective comprises musicians & artistes from across India, America, and Canada. The Collective aims to discover, re-discover, and present the tradition & diversity of Indian music in a contemporary yet rooted manner in order to reach and connect with the masses. The Collective has released 2 full-length albums, Perspectives and Homecoming, both of which have received critical acclaim. They have performed at HCL Concerts, the Jaipur Literature Festival, the Mahindra Kabira Festival, Surajkund Crafts Mela, the Virasat Festival in Dehradun, as well as the Festivals of India in Maldives and Kuwait.


The AVC Classical Quartet emerged from a shared passion for reimagining traditional Indian classical compositions within a contemporary Baithak framework. The outcome is a spontaneous and impromptu musical experience, where the exchange of energy fuels creativity and gives rise to beautiful harmonies!

Roopa Mahadevan

Roopa Mahadevan is a leading second-generation Indian classical and crossover vocalist in the American diaspora, known for her powerful, emotive voice and versatility. She leads the crossover ensemble Roopa in Flux, directs the choir Navatman Music Collective, and performs worldwide for Bharatanatyam and modern dancers. She's graced prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center and is a Grammy-winning soloist on Christopher Tin's album Calling All Dawns. She's also a composer, teacher, and former public health policy professional with degrees from Stanford University.