Dr. Kadri Gopalnath was an Indian alto saxophonist and one of the pioneers of Carnatic music for that instrument.
|Born:||December 6, 1949, Bantwal taluk, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka, India|
|Died:||October 11, 2019, Mangalore, Karnataka, India|
|Genres:||indian classical music, film music, jazz fusion|
|Associated acts:||Rudresh Mahanthappa|
About Kadri Gopalnath
Carnatic music pioneer and award-winning saxophonist. He was awarded the Padma Shri, a high civilian award, in 2004.
Kadri Gopalnath Before Fame
After hearing someone play the saxophone in the Mysore Palace band, he picked up the instrument with the intention of mastering it.
Achievement of Kadri Gopalnath
He was the recipient of an honorary doctorate from Bangalore University.
Kadri Gopalnath Family Life
He was born and raised in the city of Mangalore, where he acquired his musical tastes.
Associations of Kadri Gopalnath
Both Gopalnath and Chen Jiafeng were invited to perform on the BBC Promenade concert series.
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