Live Concert Experiences

Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival {LGMF}

  • Dr L Subramaniam started the LGMF in 1992 with Vijayashree Subramaniam in memory of his father and guru Professor V Lakshminarayana. Its central idea is to allow everyone to enjoy diverse musical styles. To that end the festival showcases some of the world’s best artists and presents live concerts. So far millions of listeners have attended the Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival concerts. Artists from over 25 countries have come to India and the LGMF has been presented globally across 75 cities. LGMF has also collaborated with many international festivals including Berlin Music Festival The WOMADelaide Chicago World Music Festival and Trans-Siberian Festival. LGMF has also been presented digitally on social media platforms in recent years. The Lakshminarayana Youth Festival has been a unique addition to promoting young talent in recent years.


To create peak experiences through live performances, and give everyone a chance to enjoy and appreciate live music by the world’s best artists, no matter where they are.

Our Impact

Since 1992, the LGMF has showcased the best live concerts by artists worldwide. From presenting Indian music in Iceland and Senegalese music in India, the festival has influenced a generation of performers and given millions of access to global live music. We have archived every performance and are creating a digital library that anyone can access. Episodes from the festival also reach viewers in 73 countries through TV. Media outlets across India, like The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Sunday Guardian, and The Hindu, have featured LGMF.

Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival

  • Founded in the memory of Professor V Lakshminarayana who strongly believed in the value of appreciating diverse musical styles the LGMF takes his vision to the world.

Truly Global Music Festival

  • LGMF has influenced a generation of performers and given access to global live music to over 2000000+ audiences across the globe.