Anurag Singh (musician)

Anurag Singh

Anurag Singh playing vichitra veena
Background information
Born (1966-09-02)2 September 1966
Genres Indian classical music
Occupation(s) Vichitra Veena Player
Instruments Vichitra veena
Years active 1977–present

Anurag Singh (born 2 September 1966) is a player of vichitra veena. He has received various awards, scholarships and junior fellowship in vichitra veena. He was born in the city of Amritsar, India to the Late Shri Brahm Sarup Singh. Anurag Singh belongs to the family of musicians. His father and his grandfather Late Shri Harnam Singh, were both renowned players of vichitra veena. He has received many awards and scholarships, including a junior fellowship in vichitra veena.[1]

He has given numerous public concerts at Hissar, Kurukshetra, Yamunanagar, Ambala, Gujarat, Panchkula, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Lucknow, Jamshedpur and Patna.

Early life and career

Anurag Singh was trained in Vocal Classical music by his father. He later received training in sitar and further in vichitra veena. He did Sangeet Bhaskar (M. Mus) in Vocal Classical Music, Sangeet Visharad (B. Mus) in Vichitra Veena, Sangeet Visharad (B. Mus) in Sitar, Sangeet Bhushan (Senior Diploma) in Guitar and Sangeet Prabhakar (B. Mus) in Tabla.[2][3] He was honored by Delhi Sanskrit Academy Award on 9 August 2014, for composing Sanskrit Shlokas and Qawwali.

He has been working as a Music Teacher in DAV public school, Delhi Since 1989.

He performed in Grand Symphony Orchestra with the Art of Living foundation in the World Cultural Festival 2016 organized by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in Delhi from 11 March 2016 to 13 March 2016.



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