Shweta Subram becomes youngest Indian vocalist at Carnegie hall
Shweta Subram has become the youngest vocalist of Indian origin to perform at the Carnegie Hall, with The Piano Guys.
New Delhi: Shweta Subram has become the youngest vocalist of Indian origin to perform at the Carnegie Hall, with The Piano Guys.
Speaking about her experience, the Indo-Canadian playback singer said, "It was a blessing to perform at The Carnegie Hall to a sold out audience with The Piano Guys. The feedback and accolades I've been receiving is tremendous. It feels great! I'm ecstatic and thrilled about receiving an esteemed honor of this nature at such a young age. It isn't easy to get an opportunity to perform at Carnegie Hall and it still hasn't sunk in yet."
Commenting on touring with The Piano Guys, she said, "Touring with The Piano Guys was so much fun! We toured 5 cities this time- Pennsylvania, Syracuse, New York, Toronto and Montreal. They are an overload of talent and I get to learn so much from them. My experience has been fantastic and they are like family to me."
Subram is part of the Qyuki network, co-founded by Shekhar Kapur, Samir Bangara and AR Rahman, and is the recipient of multiple awards including the North American Best Singer award.