Grammy Award Winning Indian Violinist | Manoj George
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Manoj George

Violinist, Music composer and Live performer with distinguished style from Kerala, India.

First Indian violinist recognized by the National Academy of Recording, Arts and Sciences, The Grammys, USA in the year 2015.

Won numerous awards – including National awards & International film festival awards.

Performed at numerous prestigious events (>3000 performances) – United Nations in Geneva, 2018, “Miss World” pageant, 2001; opening act for Bryan Adams event etc.

Brand ambassador for Roland Corporation, Japan & Cantini Electric Violins, Italy.

Rendered the talent as a music composer for Malayalam and Kannada films, Documentary films, Corporate movies and advertisements.

Licentiate of Trinity College London(LTCL)  performer in Violin.

Avid philanthropic, focusing on improving the quality of life for the poor.

Founder of the world fusion band “ManojGeorge4Strings”, production house “NewWave Productions” and the music school “Manoj George School of Music”.

Award Winning Portfolio

Manoj George, best known Indian violin player, performed as the conductor, string arranger, violinist and choral arranger for the album Winds of Samsara, which won the Grammy Award for the Best New Age Album in 2015.

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Awarded silver medal in 2019 by Global Music Award for his original composition Saraswati, the first Indian violinist to achieve the outstanding award.

Manoj has done background music score for a Malayalam film “Kharaaksharangal” which won the National award for the best children’s movie in 2001.

Honored by the Hon. Chief Minister of Kerala for his achievements in music on Aug 2015 in Thiruvananthapuram, Capital city of Kerala, India.

Initiated a campaign to recognize Independent musicians of India.

First Indian Violinist to perform at the United Nations as part of “Breathe life for healthy people-Healthy planet” for first WHO (World Health Organization’s) first global conference on air pollution and health, in Geneva.

Represented Kerala & Lakshadweep NCC directorate as the cultural leader at the Republic Day Camp Held in New Delhi in 1990. Awarded a scholarship from the Ministry of Human Resource and Culture, Govt. of India, New Delhi for the years 1992-1994.

Popular violin player in Kerala, who is experimental and redefining the musical compositions on different styles and instruments.

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manoj george Indian violinist
manoj george Indian violinist
manoj george Indian violinist
manoj george Indian violinist

Manoj George - The Violin Maestro