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No art stirs the emotions so deeply as music. Music is rightly styled the language of emotion. Rasanubhava through music is an experience and has a psychological basis. Music psychology is a field of research with practical relevance for music performance, music composition, music education, music medicine, and music therapy.Research speaks loud and clear that learning must include the whole brain activity to reach an individual's fullest potential. The parts of the brain that academic schools fail to develop are the creative areas that we use for imagination and postulating ideas and for dealing with complexity and ambiguity. Creative abilities eventually lead us to generate new ideas and discoveries, vital qualities that our nation was built on and will continue to need for the next centuries…

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 A divine blessing to receive "Lalita Kala Suma" Title and Award from Sri Rama Lalita Kala Mandira  (9th Sep 2018) at Bangalore Gayana Samaja, in the presence of His Holiness Sri Sri Sri Yadugiri Yathiraja Narayana Ramanuja Jeeyar, Sri G.V.Krishnaprasad, Guru Vidushi Smt. M.S. Sheela, Dr. Raghu Nanjundaiah and all eminent musicians and senior artists of Karnataka. - . My heartfel

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The Deccan Herald- 15th Jan 2018
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/653852/music-dance-reviews.html


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 A writeup on Hamsakutira Foundation in spectrum edition of The Deccan Herald on 2nd Jan 2018

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/651199/nurturing-special-talent.html

Hamsakutira, a non-

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 http://www.deccanherald.com/content/641982/cure-through-music.html
11th nov 2017

Eleven-year-old Ankit is diagnosed with autism and showed self-injurious and agitated disruptive behaviour. After six mu

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 http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/bengaluru/2017/feb/10/shes-found-ragas-that-heal-1569270.html  She’s found ragas that heal...

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Dr. Geetha R. Bhat was felicitated on  12-2-2017, by the flautist Maestro himself, Sangeetha Kalaratna Vidwan Sri B Shankar Rao, 94 years for Prapancha World of Music during their 32nd Purandaradasa and Tyagaraja Aradhana celebrations.  He was one of those first musicians who did and continues to do immense research in music therapy.. Felicitation done by Smt and Sri B Shankar

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 Three of Hamsakutira's differently abled children performed for the prestigious Dhanvantari morning series of concerts organised by Bharatiya Samagaana Sabha at Chowdiah Memorial Hall on Feb 16th, 17th and 18th for a slot of 5 minutes each.  

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 Namasthe.  Hamsakutira Foundation shall host its annual series 'Nadaprayatna' on sat, 13th jan 2018 at 9.30am at Seva Sadan auditorium, malleshwaram


  




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Dr Geetha R Bhat scintillates the audience with her Mysuru style of veena playing

Magnificent Mysuru Veena play- Dr. M Suryap

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 Promising veena player- by Prof. Mysore V Subramanya, May 25, 2015-The Deccan Herald- Music and Art Review

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A very special moment and a divine blessing on 26 nov 2014 to be honoured at Seshadripuram high school by none other than renowned Music and Dance Critic Prof. Mysore V Subramanya. A mentor who has helped me walk at every stage of my music career..
A proud and nostalgic moment to give away the overall shield for best performance to my own school Poorna Prajna High School, Sadashivnagar..


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 A day to cherish forever. A trip with Hamsakutira's students to Malur-Aprameyaswamy , Nadi Nrusimha, Maddur-Ugra Narasimha, Varadaraja swamy, Pattabhi Rama tmpl, Srirangapatna-Ranganatha, Thondanur kere,Thondanur-Nambi Narayana, Krishna, Yoga Narasimha, Ramanujacharya, Melukote-Dhanushkoti, Yoga Nrusimha on hills, Cheluvanarayanaswamy.

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-"MadhuraGeethamrutha” Cd Released on Sept 6th’2013

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Geetha was honored by the 'Tuluverenkulu' organisation under the ageis of Kannada sahitya parishath on 10th nov 2013

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Testimonial

  •  "A quiet confidence coupled with professional,lent a touch of class to
    her concert..."

    Sangeethakalaratna Prof.Mysore V Subramanya(Art Critic and Musicologist)


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     In our 65 years of life span we have rarely come across a person like you, where Almighty has blessued U education, patience, perseverance, softness, egoless qualities and let him bless throughout your life.  The programme was excellent.

    Umesh and Sheela-Retired Police Commissioner and Public prosecutor.


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     -Sangeethakalaratna Prof.Mysore V Subramanya(Art Critic and Musicologist)

    "A quiet confidence coupled with professional,lent a touch of class to her concert..."


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    Dear Geeta, Thank you very much for the beautiful , soothing ,therapeutic veena recital. We all got carried away  to another plane for a while.Your enthusiasm, zest and commitment  are unmatched.  Looking fwd. to a vocal music recital  from you. Rgds, Usha

    Mrs. Usha Prasad, Nightingales Elders' enrichment centre


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     "Geetha,I have no econiums to express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude for the wonderful session yesterday, that reached out to each and everyone of us. It was 'awesome' in today's lingo.The beautiful combination of the theory and practical demos. were so inspiring. I could myself relate better since I have learnt music . And kudos to you for the noble work you are doing." -Mrs Usha Prasad, Nightingales Enrichment Centre, Bangalore.....


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    "It was indeed a great lecture and presentation from you today(30-June-12) on Music therapy at DIS. Very nice to know about it :) . We at family have been associated with carnatic classical music from very long time and feels great to know more about it . Hope to hear such wonderful presentations from you in future. Please do keep in touch and keep us posted more on music and it's research."

    Parent and a Music Lover


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    "This is a very well written article. What I like most about it is the approach from multiple perspectives, and the accounting for various schools of thought. Psychological well being is absolutely neglected, medically speaking, in India, I feel, because of two important reasons a) stigma - people would rather brush things under the carpet or say "deal with it" instead of working towards a solution, or b) a strongly normative reliance on philosophy-spirituality. It takes dilige

    JayaramUparna Management & Organizations Kellogg School of Management | Northwestern University...


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