Beginning his performances from the very young age of 11 years, T. V. Ramprasadh has also directed music for a documentary film Parivrajaka in India, and directed music and sang for the devotional musical album, Guru Mere Pyaare Sai.
Recent concerts have witnessed him being accompanied by several artistes like Umayalpuram K Sivaraman, Vellore Ramabhadran, M Chandrashekharan, Guruvayoor Durai, Srimushanam Rajaro, Thiruvarur Bhaktavatsalam, Manargudi Easwaran,Mysore Nagaraj and Mysore Manjunath to name a few.
Ram has worked with school children all over Bangalore through the Newspaper in Education – a series of Music awareness programmes for schools in Bangalore being a consultant for the Times of India,
P.S. Narayanaswamy, S Rajam, TV Gopalakrishnan and R.R. Keshavamurthy
o Tamizh compositions of Gopalakrishna Bharati, Marimutha Pillai, Muthuthandavar, Arunachalakavirayar, Ramaswami Sivan, Neelakanta Sivan, Periswami Thooran, Papanasam Sivan,
o Annamacharya compositions
o Mysore Vasudevacharya compositions
o Compositions of Bhadrachala Ramdas, Narayana Theertha, Harikeshanallur Muthiah Bhagavathar, Oothukadu Venkatasubbaier, Poochi Sreenivasa Iyengar,
o Compositions of Haridasas of Karnataka
o Gaayana Gandharva by Delhi Kannadiga Sangha
o Gaanakala Vishaarada by Karnataka Cultural Association of Southern California, Los Angeles
o The All India Best Carnatic Singer by Sangeetayan, New Delhi