Violin maestro TN Krishnan passes away at 92
CHENNAI [Maha Media]: Violinist T.N. Krishnan breathed his last breath on Monday. The violinist was 92 years old and was an inspiration to all aspiring artists. T.N. Krishnan was a child prodigy and had performed with many esteemed artists throughout his illustrious career.
Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has expressed grief over the passing away of legendary violinist T. N. Krishnan. In a tweet, Mr Naidu said, his death is a big loss to the music world, particularly Carnatic music. Vice President said, he was known to capture the essence of ragas and had enthralled the audience for decades with soul-stirring music.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed grief over the demise of noted violinist T. N. Krishnan. In a tweet, Mr Modi said, he leaves a big void in the world of music. Prime Minister said, his works beautifully encapsulated a wide range of emotions and strands of the culture. He said, T. N. Krishnan was also an outstanding mentor to young musicians.
Home Minister Amit Shah has also expressed grief on the passing away of T. N. Krishnan. He said, as a gifted musician, T.N. Krishnan captured the imagination of several generations with his breathtaking compositions.
Trippunithura Narayanaiyer Krishnan was born on October 6, 1928, in Tripunithura, Cochin. His father's name was A. Narayana Iyer and his mother's name was Ammini Ammal. He started learning music at a very young age from his father and later started off as a student under Alleppy K.Parthasarathy. He made his debut at the young age of 8 and stunned everyone with his musical abilities. Many news outlets reported that T.N. Krishnan had a knack for music from a very young age