- Solo saxophone albums for meditation, awakening and liberation
- Carnatic saxophone albums
- VidyA (Carnatic music and jazz ensemble)
Prasant’s solo saxophone albums feature Indian classical ragas on saxophone as a transmission to support enlightenment, awakening, liberation, Self realization, peace and happiness. They are free to download and you can support the artist by entering an amount over 0.
Carnatic saxophone albums (2000-present)
On Naada Samyama (2013), Prasant is accompanied by Vittal Ramamurthy: Violin, Anantha R. Krishnan: Mridangam and V. Suresh: Ghatam.
On Kiravani: A Live Experience (2009), Prasant is accompanied by B.U. Ganeshprasad: Violin and Poovalur Srinivasan: Mridangam.
On East Facing (2007), Prasant is accompanied by B.U. Ganeshprasad: Violin, Patri Satishkumar: Mridangam, V. Suresh: Ghatam and Bangalore Rajashekar: Morsing
On Duality (2004), Prasant is accompanied by Delhi P. Sunderrajan: Violin, Srimushnam Raja Rao: Mridangam, V. Suresh: Ghatam and Bangalore Rajashekar: Morsing
Swara Sudha (2000) On Prasant’s debut album recorded at age 17, he is accompanied by Embar S. Kannan: Violin, Mannargudi Easwaran: Mridangam, V. Suresh: Ghatam and Bangalore Rajashekar: Morsing. You can get the album on cdbaby, amazon, itunes and other outlets.
VidyA: Original trio combining the free creatives essences of Carnatic and jazz musics.
This collaborative group features Prasant Radhakrishnan on Tenor Saxophone, David Ewell on Bass and Sameer Gupta on drums.