Vedanth Bharadwaj is a multifaceted musician who dabbles in several genres of music. He sings the time bending lyrics written by mystic poets from Bhakti, Sufi and Folk traditions while accompanying himself on the Guitar and Banjo. He started his journey in Indian Classical Music at the age of 4, went on to learn Western Classical Music and is currently a disciple of Sri Ramamoorthy Rao.
Vedanth loves working with children, and is one of the directors (along with Manjula Ponnapalli) of the Chennai Children's Choir, a choir of children from economically challenged backgrounds. They represented India at the Serenade Choral Festival, Kennedy Centre, Washington DC.
Vedanth has collaborated with several musicians. He is very grateful to every collaborator he has had the good fortune to work with, as he learns so much from them. His longest collaboration has been with, the singer extraordinaire, Bindhumalini Narayanaswamy. Vedanth has collaborated with Ananth Menon, Anil Srinivasan, Sikkil Gurucharan, Trichur Brothers, Bombay Jayashree, Himanshu Bajpai, Shruthi Veena Vishwanath, Radhika Sood Nayak, Ankit Chaddha, Akhila Ramnarayan, and several other amazing artistes.
Gurupriya Atreya (Bangalore based singer) and Vedanth Bharadwaj conducted a year-long online workshop series called “Sing A Lullaby” at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. The duo collected, researched and shared 52 lullabies in 38 languages from across India and the world. Over the year, the community of lullaby-ers grew to encourage over 450 people from different parts of the globe to come together into this oasis of warmth and comfort during stressful times, especially when even sleep became elusive.
Vedanth hopes to spread love and peace in this world through his music.