S. J. Jananiy
Subramanian Jaya Jananiy, otherwise called Cuddalore Janani and S. J. Janani, is an Indian performer, vocalist musician, multi-instrumentalist and arranger situated in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. She was presented with Public Kid Grant for Outstanding Achievementin 2001 by Administration of India. Jananiy was additionally granted with Kalai Ilamani Grant in 2003 by Administration of Tamil Nadu. Jananiy is prepared in Carnatic traditional music, Hindustani old style music and Western Traditional Music. She is likewise a keyboardist and piano player and plays violin, veena and guitar for studio recording. Jananiy is a B HIGH Grade Artiste at All India Radio.
Early life and education
Jananiy was brought into the world in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu, to Shanti and V. Subramanian. She finished her schooling up to 10th grade at St. Mary’s Registration Higher Optional School, Cuddalore where she was granted with Best Singer Grant every year. While at St. Mary’s Registration, Jananiy was additionally named for Pogo Astonishing Youngster Grant led by Pogo television at public level in music classification. In 2006, her family moved to Chennai where she finished her registration from Adarsh Vidyalaya Higher Auxiliary School. She accepted her Higher Optional degree from Holy Heart Registration Higher Sec. School with unique excellence in Tamil. In 2009, Jananiy entered Stella Maris School, Chennai where she graduated in Financial aspects in 2012. She accepted her Lord of Expressions and Expert of Reasoning degrees in Music from Sovereign Mary’s School, Chennai. Starting around 2017, Jananiy was doing PhD in Music from Sovereign Mary’s School.
Music style and influence
Jananiy has been a follower of an unmistakable Carnatic singer, Mangalampalli Balamuralikrishna. She additionally got prepared under Neyveli Santhanagopalan, Injikudi Ganesan, Rukmini Ramani, Chidambaram Shanmukham, Geetha Srinivasan and Master Lakshmi. Jananiy has finished Grade 8 in console as well as Grade 8 in Vocal from Trinity School London, under Augustine Paul and V. Giridharan. She proceeded with ATCL in Western Traditional Vocal at Trinity School London. Jananiy learnt Hindustani old style music under the teaching of Pandit Kuldeep Sagar and finished Senior Recognition from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad.
Jananiy began her vocation at age of 5 by acting in her most memorable stage show in Cuddalore. Throughout the long term, Jananiy has acted in excess of 1000 phase shows of Carnatic Old style Vocal, Combination, Bhajan, Reflection and Light Music and furthermore gave in excess of 100 Carnatic Traditional console shows. At age of 8, she was perceived as Saadhanai Naayaki(achiever) by Tamil language week by week magazine, Ananda Vikatan. Dinamani, a Tamil everyday paper, named her Eazhu vayadhu Isai kuyil (seven years of age cuckoo) and Vairamuthu, an unmistakable Tamil writer and lyricist named her Nee En Magal (my little girl from that point) in a meeting to a Tamil week by week Kumudam. Jananiy’s presentation collection, Natha Oli, was delivered in 1999. Natha Oli was combination of Carnatic Old style Vocal and console. The music overseer of the collection was Kumardeva and it was delivered by JSJ Sound. After the arrival of her most memorable collection, she routinely partook in the Thiruvaiyyaru Thyagabrahma Utsavam and performed at Thiruvaiyaru Tamil Isai Mandram. Jananiy likewise performed at Kodai Vizha Celebration coordinated by Legislature of Tamil Nadu.
In 2001, Jananiy was granted with Public Youngster Grant for Outstanding Accomplishment in the field of Old style Music (vocal), by then VP of India, Krishan Kant. In 2002, her second collection Poongatru was delivered in a joint effort with S. P. Balasubrahmanyam. L. Vaidyanathan coordinated the music and verses were composed by Kaviperarasu Vairamuthu. On 14 November 2002, Jananiy took part in Kids’ Day Capability at Rashtrapati Bhavan, New Delhi and performed Endaro Mahanubhavulu for A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, then, at that point, Leader of India. In 2003, Jananiy was gave with Kalai Ilamani Grant from Legislature of Tamil Nadu for her greatness in old style music. That very year, she did playback singing under the bearing of Karthik Raja, for a Tamil film, Collection. In 2007, Jananiy’s third collection, Sri Venkatesa Suprabhatam and Kandha Sashti Kavacham, was delivered. The collection was assortment of reflection melodies with Carnatic music. The collection was delivered by M. Balamuralikrishna and Neyveli Santhanagopalan. After arrival of the collection, Jananiy became devotee of Balamuralikrishna.
In 2007, Jananiy teamed up with her uncle and delivered the idea series Exemplary Waves. The music for this series was directed, organized and created by Jananiy herself. Exemplary Waves 2 and 3 were delivered in 2010 and 2011 separately while 4 volumes of Exemplary Wonder series were delivered in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 separately. Jananiy got Yuvakala Bharathi from Bharat Kalachar in 2011. Later in 2011, Jananiy partook with Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia in a Jugalbandi show for the Live performance Au Fil des Voix at Alhambra Show Corridor in Paris, France.
In 2012, Jananiy created and delivered music for S. P. Balasubrahmanyam’s contemporary collection, Kandar Shashti Kavacham and Subrahmanya Bhujangam. The collection was delivered by EMI Virgin. Later in December that year, Jananiy worked together again with Balasubrahmanyam alongside Hariharan and P. Unnikrishnan for Mahakavi Bharathiar’s Vande Mataram. She was additionally the writer, arranger and guide of music for this collection. Jananiy made the melodic plans and delivered music for Carnatic Orchestra Cleveland Thyagaraja Aradhana Celebration that was held in Cleveland, Ohio, in 2014 as well as in 2017. She was granted with Sangitha Kovidha from Gayathri Expressive arts and Lakshmi Kuppuswamy Trust, New Delhi in 2015. She likewise got Bharathi Grant from Vidiyal Beneficent Trust and The First light Social and Social Affiliation sometime thereafter. Jananiy created music for the Tamil Film Prabha that got sent off in 2015. Starting around 2017, she has delivered 30 collections in different classification separated from jingles and confidential melodies.
Awards and recognition
- National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement from Vice-President of India, Krishan Kant (2001)
- Pannisaiselvi from Tamil Isai Mandram, Thiruvaiyaru on (2002)
- Best Achiever from Manitha Urimai Kazhagam by N. Rangaswamy, Chief Minister of Pondicherry (2002)
- Kalai Ilamani from Government of Tamil Nadu (2003)
- Bala Arul Isai Vaani from EKP School of Arts, Mayavaram (2003)
- Sundara Varshani from Aalala Sundara Sabha, Cuddalore (2003)
- Thenisai Vaani from Vani Vilasa Sabha, Kumbakonam (2004)
- Pogo Amazing Kid from Pogo TV (2005)
- Vocational Service Award from Rotary Club of Cuddalore Central on (2007)
- Young Achiever Award from Rotary Club of Madras Northwest (2007)
- Bala Swarna Jwala Award from Journal of School Social Work, Chennai (2007)
- Rising Star – Idea Jalsa National Award from Indian Music Academy (2009)
- Vidivelli Achiever Award from Lions Club of Madras Peripheral City (2009)
- Yuvakala Bharati from Bharath Kalachar (2011)
- Cuddalore Isaikuyil from Saraswathi Gana Sabha, Cuddalore (2009)
- Isai Vaani from Jaya Educational Trust, Thirunindravur (2010)
- Best Artist Award – Classical Music from Stella Maris College, Chennai (2012)
- Maharajapuram Santhanam Endowment Prize from Sri Krishna Gana Sabha (2012)
- Best Junior Vocalist Award from Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, Vani Mahal (2013)
- Tamizhisai Kalaimani from Mahakavi Bharathi Narpani Mandram (2014)
- OSA Prize for MA Indian Music from Queen Mary’s College, Chennai (2014)
- Smt.Chandra Kuppuraj Memorial Prize for MA Indian Music from Queen Mary’s College, Chennai (2014)
- Union Prize for MA Indian Music from Queen Mary’s College, Chennai (2014)
- Voletti Venkateswaralu Endowment Prize from Sri Krishna Gana Sabha (2014)
- Sanghitha Kovidha from Gayathri Fine Arts & Lakshmi Kuppuswamy Trust, New Delhi (2015)
- Bharathi Award from Vidiyal Charitable Trust & The Dawn Cultural & Social Association, Chennai (2015)
- 1st Rank – MA Indian Music” & “Best Student in rendering Raga Hindolam from Queen Mary’s College, Chennai (2015)
- Isai Arasi from Trinity Arts Festival of India (2015)