Anuradha Palakurthi’s Guru and Guide for all musical pursuits is Vidushi Arati Ankalikar-Tikekar
Anuradha’s life story is here, in an interview with Upendra Misra of India New England News
Anuradha is the serving Chairperson of MIT’s Heritage Arts of South Asia (MITHAS) and co-hosts a weekly Radio Music India show on WLYN 1360 that educates and entertains listeners on the Carnatic & Hindustani classical roots of Indian Film music.
Anuradha has recorded playback for South Indian films. Widely regarded for her versatility across vocal genres, she was the featured female singer in live shows in the USA with Kumar Sanu, Suresh Wadkar, Deepak Pandit and Bappi Lahiri.
Anuradha recorded a duet with Hariharan for Ekal Vidyalaya – a song written by Sunayana Kachroo and composed by Guitarist Prasanna, Drummer Sivamani and a group of 14 multiple-Grammy winning musicians from across the globe.
Anuradha’s R. D. Burman (Pancham) tribute in June 2015 at the Berklee Performance Center is considered to be one of the finest outside India.
Anuradha’s widely-acclaimed, award winning album, Jaan Meri, was composed by Ustad Nishat Khan of the Imdadkhani Gharana.