Rivers flow from different points of origin and then they meet at various places, just naturally and eventually merge with the ocean. The journey of "Trivenii" has a semblance to this very natural process. Pradeep Kumar, Manonmani and Viveick Rajagopalan come together for the first time as "Triveni" to present their mellifluous journey.
Pradeep seeks to present some unique compositions in his free-spirited style, while playing the slide guitar. Manonmani on sarangi adds the depth to the sound and Viveick Rajagopalan, explores a hybrid sound of acoustic and electronic sounds, with his mridangam, udu, cajon and Ableton Live.
Pradeep Kumar is an Indian playback singer and music director who has worked in Tamil language films. After beginning his career as a Carnatic musician, in the 2010s, he has regularly featured in tamil films as a playback singer and composer.
Viveick Rajagopalan - Trained under the Carnatic tradition on the Mridangam, Viveick uses his classical roots to compose music that moves between many styles. His music is stamped with this unique sound, reflecting his influences from electronic, drum-n-bass to jazz and folk.
Manonmani is South India's first ever Sarangi player and comes from a family of musicians - her mother Saroja and her grandfather PV Shanmugam were both dilruba players.
Lalitha Vijayakumar started to learn Carnatic music at the age of 14. She completed her PUC and joined her graduation course of Music in Thiruvayyaru College of Music. With extensive experience in singing and playing the Tanpura, Lalitha Vijayakumar is the senior most member of this fantastic quarter.