I am a flute player living in Indianapolis. My primary interest is in early music; I started my career on the modern flute, but have recently been playing the traverso. In 2021 I released my first album, The Quarantine Tapes, which featured solo works by JS Bach, GP Telemann, and WB Laybourn. You can stream it on the usual platforms or download it on Bandcamp.
I chat about music with my friend Chris Arkin on the Impolite to Listen podcast. The show is available on all good podcast players. Imagine we are seated next to you at the bar; it may be impolite to listen in, but come on, you know you want to.
The Pedestrian is a journal of my insomniac musings on art and society. I have written about public transit, bookstores, screen junkies, Nabokov's anxiety of influence, and so on. If that kind of thing sounds interesting to you, consider signing up for my Substack.
I have also written for Areo, a feisty little humanist magazine. In my spare time I construct crossword puzzles; here is one I made for The New York Times.
The best way to keep up with my music is to follow me on Bandcamp. I am @shreggz on Twitter and GitHub. My email is sridhar [dot] bhagavathula [at] gmail [dot] com. Beware, I can be rather slow to respond.