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Press Reviews:

“…a resonant three-octave voice that can go from a whisper to a passionate call in its highest reaches..”
Shanta Gokhale | Pune Mirror | 1 Dec 2016

“I was in tears again when Shruthi Vishwanath burst into ecstatic song…in Jheeni, a performance by Sanjukta Wagh and Shruthi Vishwanath with musicians Hitesh Dhutia and Vinayak Netke that started a conversation between Arundhathi Subramaniam and Janabai, across centuries, across stations in life, across languages, across, across, across.”
Jerry Pinto | The Hindu | Jan 12, 2019

“… her singing had the throb of the passionate person communicating with an individualistic flavour… goose pimples..”
Leela Venkataraman | | 16 Nov, 2017

“Shruthi poured her soul into her rendition, which was full of raw energy and classicism”
VV Ramani | The Hindu, Chennai | 4 Jan 2018

The singer swayed along to the rhythmic strumming of the tanpura. Her shadow swayed behind her in tandem on the wall. The rasikas (the connoisseurs of music in the audience) were captivated. They were completely transported to a time when women poets playfully spun stories around the warkari poet-saints, spinning in circles hand-in-hand while doing the ‘fugdi’ with their god Vitthal.
Meera Desai | Creative Yatra | 11 Oct 2018

उन्होंने ‘वैष्णव जन तो’ गाकर उपस्थित लोगों को मंत्रमुग्ध कर दिया..
The Quint | Jaipur | 24 Jan, 2019


“In the spirit of the very tradition to which they are giving voice, the women are breaking conventional hierarchies and siilos in music..”
Sumana Ramanan | Mumbai Mirror | 24 Jan 2019

“ fusing the visceral nature of Bhakti poetry with the intellectual rigour of classical music..”
R Krithika | The Hindu | 11 Feb, 2020

“reviving the works of less-known poets and mystics of the warkari movement lest they are forgotten forever…”
Dipanita Nath | Indian Express, Pune | 24 June, 2019

“It (Bhakti movement) was aimed at the most marginalised, and encouraged people to question..”
Suktara Ghosh | Mumbai Mirror | 1 March, 2020

“Originating from the idea of mysticism, The Padar has Slipped celebrates those poets, revived and reimagined..”
Nirtika Pandita | Asian Age | Jul 28, 2018

“Resurrecting forgotten poems…”
Sanskrita Bharadwaj | Hindustan Times | 31 Jan, 2020