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Srikanth played the violin in a faithful manner-THE INDIAN EXPRESS, JUL10, 96
Srikanth played the violin with smooth touches and good anticipation-THE INDIAN EXPRESS, JUL 12,96
Srikanth on violin accompanied with clear beautiful strokes. - THE HINDU, JAN 3, 97
Srikanth on violin merged his personality with the manodharma of the vocalist. -THE HINDU, JAN 3, 98
Srikanth played with fine understanding and expertise. -THE HINDU, JUN 04, 99
Srikanth is a talented young artiste. He played the krithis neatly. -DECCAN HERALD, FEB 07,2000
Young Srikanth supported on violin competently and earned kudos from the assembly. -DECCAN HERALD, FEB 07,2000
A rising-star violinist V.Srikanth pitched in imposingly with his raga sketches and
answering statements. -DECCAN HERALD, APR 27,2001
Young Srikanth rose to the occasion in providing viable violin support to the vocalist.
THE HINDU, JUN 08, 2001
Srikanth provided competent violin accompaniment.-- TIMES OF INDIA, SEP16, 2001
Srikanth on violin gave excellent support. -DECCAN HERALD, OCT 09,2001
Srikanth enhanced the erudition of the concert with classical melody on the violin.--THE HINDU, OCT19, 2001
Srikanth gave a delectable performance. -THE HINDU, NOV 02, 2001
Srikanth scored in raga bhava particularly in raga Bhairavi. -THE HINDU, NOV 09, 2001
Young violinist Srikanth offered technically and artistically competent
support. -DECCAN HERALD, NOV 30,2001
V.Srikanth’s violin was very impressive- fluent fingering and keen sense of spacing
between sancharas in raga alapanas and precision of notes. -THE HINDU, DEC 21, 2001
Srikanth’s solo concert was refreshingly different, fluent and flawless, producing delightful flow of music in the classical rout- pure and traditional way. Raga alapanas were presented with lucidity. He concluded his concert, which provided an emotive experience. – DECCAN HERALD, DEC 31,2001
Srikanth has won the “ Best Violinist” prize in the Young Musicians Conference 2001 of Karnataka Gana Kala Parishad. - DECCAN HERALD JAN 14,2002

Srikanth rose to the occasion with his befitting repartees full of artistry and technique.
-THE HINDU, MAY 24,2002
Mysore Srikanth was in his best form. He never let go any opportunity to assert his talent and artistry. – THE HINDU, JAN 04,2002
The violin artiste Mysore Srikanth proved quite good with strong bowing. In fact he was better than the main artiste in his essay of Varali. – THE HINDU, DEC 26, 2003
The talented violinist Mysore Srikanth enhanced he quality of the performanceby soft and subtle support. -THE HINDU, DEC 26,2003
Srikanth’s violin was complement. - THE HINDU, JAN 02,2004

V.Srikanth’s violin provided melodious underlining to the singing. - THE HINDU, JAN 02,2004
The violin emphasized with the Swarasthana clarity of the voice. - THE HINDU, JAN 02,2004
Violinist Mysore Srikanth masterly manipulated the raga sancharas and meticulously manicured the phrases marked by creative excitement. - DECCAN HERALD, MAR 23,2004
Srikanth’s violin solo versions of the ragas had a coating of creativity.
DECCAN HERALD, APR 29, 2004
Srikanth proved his mettle in Raga Vinyasa and swaras very effectively. -INDIAN EXPRESS, DEC 14, 2004
The violin accompaniment by Mysore Srikanth reflected the inter relationship in cutcheri objectives with Malladi brothers. His solo versions of the ragas Arabhi and Dhanyasi well preserved their essential features. THE HINDU, DEC 16 2005
The violinst’s essay with compelling musical statements gave a fair indication of his talent and performing abilities. Srikanth’s Kambhoji alapana had prayogas draped in melody. -The Hindu, Jan 7. 2005
Mysore V. Srikanth was brilliant and effortless in rendering his version of Dhanyasi and proved that he will be a violinist to reckon with in the days to come. - THE HINDU, DEC 21 2005
Srikanth has a perceptive mind that absorbs the outputs of the singer promptly and translates them spontaneously. His Kalyani with pure, strong bowing, free of scratchy sounds, and mellifluous prayogas that gave luminous insights into the raga, bore the seal of quality. - THE HINDU, JAN 4 2006
Srikanth’s accompaniment on the violin was of high quality with soft and gentle bowings. His solo versions of Bilahari, Simhendramadhyamam and Shankarabharanam flowed with majestic grace. – The Hindu, Apr 7. 2006
In the solo version of the violinist Mysore Srikanth, the sancharas of Andolika and Todi came alive. The delineation was concise and carefully structured. –The Hindu, Oct20, 2006
Srikanth on the violin played and supported brilliantly well, his solo passages coming off effectively. The Hindu, Dec 22, 2006
Srikanth drew applause every time Jayashri was appreciated and these were spontaneous. His performance was spectacular, fully meeting the demands of slow and quick switchovers between the ragas. – The Hindu, Jan 3, 2007
Mysore Srikanth’s violin essay came out gently, sedately and in a tranquil fashion. Srikanth’s Mahyamavathi was unudulterated one. ---The Hindu, Jan1, 2008.
Mysore Srikanth, in his solo versions of the ragas, synchronised fertile manodharma with disciplined sanchara framework. His quality consciousness was visible in his contribution to the success of the concert. –The Hindu, June6, 2008
She enjoyed the company of efficient, experienced and talented artists such as Mysore Srikanth on the violin. It was good teamwork where everyone contributed to the success of the programme. Mysore Srikanth professionally approached every item and the Hemavathi raga vinyasa and the brisk sets of swaras in Pantuvarali and Bahudari were catchy. --The Hindu, Nov28, 2008
Srikanth’s (violin) reply was refined. Srikanth with a rich tonal clarity lifted the concert with his essay. –The Hindu, Dec16, 2008
The accompaniment on violin was by Mysore.V.Srikanth, matched the vocalists’ virtuosity. –The Hindu, Dec 24,2008
Mysore Srikanth on the violin was careful with his fingers and bowing. His versions and responces were straight and staid. The Hindu, Jan 2,2009