Season schedule

January 1 - 24, 2017 Kolkata
    
Sapphire performances in January 2017:
- 1st Jan at Minerva Theatre, 2pm: Press meet of National Theatre Festival organised by Minerva State Repertory, Govt of West Bengal where Sudarshan Chakravorty is part of the Committee.
- 9th Jan, Stadel Banquet, Salt Lake Stadium, 7pm:
Sapphire Creations Dance Company presents ATITHI DEVO BHAVO. It’s a celebration of music, visuals, movement and rituals of India drawn from eclectic sources fusing tradition, acrobatic, folk and modern Contemporary dances. 16 dancers including Purulia Chhau, Santhali performers engage to tell the story of India showing diversity and how different regions have certain unique specialities from Bangla Pata Chitra songs to Ganesh vandana to Vande mataram and more.
Concept and choreography: Sudarshan Chakravorty, Light Design: Dinesh Poddar
- 15th Jan, Scottish Church Collegiate School, Kolkata, 11am: Sudarshan Chakravorty is judging the mega ALL-BENGAL TALENT HUNT organised by Indus-Edutrain Company with 400 students from all over Bengal in music, dance and vocals
- 16th Jan, Haldia Stadium, Haldia: Sapphire Creations Dance Company presents ATITHI DEVO BHAVO. Its a celebration of music, visuals, movement and rituals of India drawn from eclectic sources fusing tradition, acrobatic, folk and modern Contemporary dances. 20 dancers including Purulia Chau, Santhali and Malkhamb performers engage to tell the story of India.
- 20th January, Uttam Mancha, 6.30pm: Sapphire Creations Dance Company presents NRITYOKOLPO. It’s a mosaic of acrobatic, folk and modern Contemporary dances. The piece is a tribute to the various impulses that Sapphire combines to create its own organic Contemporary dance form.
Concept & Choreography: Sudarshan Chakravorty, Light Design: Dinesh Poddar
- 24th Jan, ICCR, Kolkata, 7pm: Sapphire Creations organises its SAPPHIRE QUARTERLY ARTS SERIES, Quarter III, 2016-17 in Bengal Gallery of ICCR where Sudarshan Chakravorty performs his solo EKAHARYA on Gender Fluidity in tradition and its juxtaposition with the social norms set to live Dhrupad singing and digital video art. A prelude to the performance will be an improvisation by Sapphire dancers to Hindustani Thumri and vocals by Chandrima Bhattacharya
Concept, Choreography and Performance by Sudarshan Chakravorty, Lights: Dinesh Poddar
Live vocals: Suili Chakraborty, Costumes: Abhishek Dutta, Video Art: Dibyendu Nath
Acknowledgement: Kalamandalam Piyal, Vikram Iyengar, Shankhadeep Biswas and Sadanand Menon
Info: sapphirecreations@yahoo.com / www.sapphirecreations.org

January 2 - 28, 2017 Bangalore, Chennai, Cambodia
NADAM’s schedule for Jan 2017.
-  Jan 2, Bangalore: Navvarsh Mahotsav
Venue: Sri Prasanna Maha Ganapati Devasthanam, Koramangala, 7.15pm
- Jan 17, Chennai: Kala Pradarshini Festival
Venue: Preetha Reddy Auditorium, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore, 7:15pm
- Jan 27 & 28, Cambodia: NADAM ensemble will be presenting KATHAK KI KHANAK in the "Festivals of India Abroad" organised by Ministry of Culture, Government of India at Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Info: www.nadam.in / nadamdance@gmail.com

January 4 - 21, 2017 Chennai, Delhi, Varanasi, Bangalore
 
Bala Devi Chandrashekar presents KARNA: DESTINY'S CHILD
- 4th Jan, 7pm, India Habitat Centre, Delhi
- 6th Jan, 7.30pm: Krishna Gana Sabha, Chennai
- 8th Jan, 7pm, Kala Prakash, Varanasi
- 10th Jan, 6pm, National School of Drama, Delhi
- 16th Jan, 6pm, IIT Chennai
- 21st Jan, 7pm, Drishti Festival, Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Bangalore
Info:  www.baladevichandrashekar.com / www.shreepadmanrityam.org

January 4 - 28, 2017 Mathura, Karnataka, Rajkot & Ooty

Schedule for Nirupama, Rajendra and Abhinava Dance Company.
- Jan 4, Mathura: Abhinava Dance Company presents the mega production RAAM KATHA VISMAY for the golden jubilee celebrations of Chathurvedi & Shah Company at 7pm.
- Jan 11, Rajkot: ADC presents BAHURANG for the SAPTHAK FESTIVAL at 6.30pm at the Theatre of Club House, Rajkot. Entry free. 
- Jan 26, Mysore: ADC presents BAHURANG for the festival of Kuvempu Nagara Saugandhika Udyanavana, 7pm.
- Jan 27, Bangalore: Nirupama & Rajendra present Kathak classical duets with live music for the 33RD KINKINI FESTIVAL at J.S.S. Auditorium, Jayanagar, 7.30pm. Entry free.
- Jan 28, Ooty: ADC performs for the District Conference of Rotary District 3181 at 7pm.
Info: nirupamarajendra@gmail.com / www.abhinavadancecompany.com

January 7 - 29, 2017 Bangalore
Schedule for Madhu Nataraj and Natya Stem Dance Kampni
- Jan 7: KAMPNI KUTCHERI solo performer series- featuring Keertana Ravi (BN) & Katerina Bruch (Contemporary) on ‘Creating new audiences for Dance’
-Jan 15:  BHARATA TO BARTENIEFF - Dance educator & Laban/ Bartenieff professional- Rajyashree Ramesh, partners with NIKC to bring a 3 phase certification course in movement analysis & Dance therapy especially created for Indian dancers & movement professionals.
- Jan 21: ‘Aakash & excerpts of Kampni choreographies at the Drishti Festival of Dance,
Venue: Chowdiah Auditorium
-Jan 29: MAYA ARPAN, a spectacular showcase featuring 175 students of the NIKC
Venue: Gurunanak Bhavan
Info: stemdance@hotmail.com / www.stemdancekampni.in

January 10 - 23, 2017 Delhi
 
Schedule for Geeta Chandran
-10 Jan: TURNING MIRRORS INTO WINDOWS - Following a keynote by sociologist Shiv Viswanathan, Geeta Chandran will perform on the theme for the annual staff seminar at Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan.
- 16 Jan: For Shubham Music Circle, Sharanya Chandran, daughter and disciple of Geeta Chandran, will perform solo Bharatanatyam at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi. Accompanying artists: Nattuvangam-Radhika Kathal; vocal: K. Venkateshwaran; mridangam- M.V. Chander Shekhar; violin-G. Raghavendra Prasath.
-18 Jan: As part of a tribute through Tillanas by the late Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna curated by Usha R.K., Radhika Kathal, disciple of Geeta Chandran will perform at the India International Centre Auditorium, 6:30pm.
- 20 Jan: To launch artist/author Shakti Maira’s book on Beauty, Geeta Chandran will read from her chapter at the Jaipur Literary Festival.
- 21 Jan:  Geeta Chandran’s Natya Vriksha Dance Company will perform at the Neemrana Fort-Palace
- 22 Jan: To mark the Annual Day of the India International Centre, Geeta Chandran and Aditi Mangaldas will lead a creative interaction entitled CLASSICAL DANCE: THE FUTURE WE WANT!
- 23 Jan: Geeta Chandran performs for the Nishagandhi Festival in Trivandrum. She will be accompanied by Guru S. Shankar-nattuvangam,Sudha Raghuraman-vocal, M.V. Chander Shekhar-mridangam and G. Raghuraman-flute.
Info: geetachandran@gmail.com

January 10 - 28, 2017 Bangalore, Kerala, Chennai
 
Schedule for Divya Ravi
- Jan 10, 6.15pm: Solo BN Margam for NADA NRITYOTSAVA accompanied by DS Srivathsa, Dr. Soundarya Srivathsa, Harsha Samaga and Mahesha Swamy
Venue: ADA Rangamandira, JC Road, Bangalore
- Jan 15, 6.45pm: Solo BN Margam accompanied by Nandakumar Unnikrishnan,  Lingaraju, Mahesha Swamy and Preethi Bharadwaj
Venue: Sri Guruvayurappan Temple, Pattambi, Kerala
- Jan 17, 6pm: Thematic solo BN Margam for KALAPRADARSHINI FESTIVAL titled MANJARI - Mystique Fragrances.
Venue: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Chennai
- Jan 28, 6.15pm: Solo BN Margam for KINKINI NRITYOTSAVA accompanied by DS Srivathsa, Dr. Soundarya Srivathsa, Srihari Rangaswamy and Vivek Krishna
Venue: JSS Auditorium, Jayanagar, Bangalore
e-mail: divyaravi1891@gmail.com

January 12 - 27, 2017 Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune
     
Schedule for Uma Dogra and Samved Society for Performing Arts
- 12th Jan: Senior disciple Indrayanee Mukherjee dances in SWAMI HARIDAS SANGEET SAMMELEN, Kolkata.
- 13th Jan: Performance in SANSMARAN FESTIVAL in memory of Guru Rohini Bhate in Pune.
- 15th Jan Uma Dogra with her disciples will dance in UPVAN FESTIVAL in Thane.
- 17th Jan: Senior disciple Sarita Kalele dances in EKATATVA for Glory Award function at Nehru Centre, Mumbai.
- 27th Jan: Samved Society for Performing Arts & Uma Dogra present 27TH PT. DURGALAL FESTIVAL featuring: Uma Dogra with her disciples in TAAL CHAKRA, SRIYAH Odissi dance production by Nrityagram.
At: Tata Theatre, NCPA, Mumbai, 7pm
Info: umadogra@gmail.com / www.umadogra.com

January 12 - February 19, 2017 India
 
Mandeep Raikhy’s QUEEN SIZE performed by Lalit Khatana and Parinay Mehra is to be presented at the following places.
- Jan 12: Chandigarh
- Jan 16 & 17: Kolkata
- Jan 26 & 27: Ahmedabad
- Jan 30: Shiv Nadar University
- Feb 4: Bangalore
- Feb 8 & 9: Chennai
- Feb 11: Kanchipuram
- Feb 14: Hyderabad
- Feb 19: Pondicherry
Info: gati.mandeepraikhy@gmail.com

January 14 - February 5, 2017 Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune
  
Company Theatre, Mumbai, presents its new theatre production KHWAAB-SA, an adaptation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, performed as a collaborative project with Contemporary dance & movement, Hindi gibberish as spoken word and live Contemporary World Music- all performed by various professional artists chosen and brought together from all over India. The show is also commissioned by KHAM Theatre in Taipei, Taiwan.
Based on Shakespeare’s Directed by Atul Kumar
Duration 120 minutes, Directed by Atul Kumar.
- Jan 14-15, Bangalore: ADA Rangamandira, 7pm
- Jan 21-22, Delhi: LTG Auditorium, 7pm
- Jan 28-29, Mumbai: Balgandharva Rangmandir, 7:30pm
- Feb 4, Mumbai: Sophia’s Auditorium, 7:30pm
- Feb 5, Pune: J L Nehru Memorial Hall, 9pm
e-mail: thecompanytheatre@gmail.com

January 19, 2017 Mumbai

NCPA presents Kathak Yugal Vividha by senior disciples of Kathak exponent Rajashree Shirke, Manava Bhagwat and Sheetal Kulkarni Redkar. This is a duet presentation in which both the artistes will gradually and authentically divulge the many facets of Kathak in an evolutionary journey through the ages.
At: Little Theatre, 7pm. Admission on a first-come-first-served basis.

January 19 - 23, 2017 Dharwad, Hyderabad, Bangalore

India Foundation for the Arts presents FARIDA, THURIYA THURIYA JAA..., a musical performance by the Mir musicians of Rajasthan in 3 cities.
The Mirs are a music community based in the Pugal region of Rajasthan. Hereditary singers of the Sufiyana Kalam, the Mirs have been known for their passionate and intimate renderings of the compositions of the Sufi mystics such as Baba Sheikh Farid, Sain Bulleh Shah, Hazrat Shah Hussain, Hazrat Sultan Bahu, Ali Haider and Khwaja Ghulam Farid. They have been musicians of the common people, serving as mediums of devotion and harbingers of peace, hope and love through the ecstatic performances of the bhajans and vanis of Meera, Kabir, Gorakhnath, Baba Ramdev and Achalram. Their songs are mostly in Siraiki, a dialect of West Punjab which has strong affinity with Sindhi and Punjabi. In addition to their singing, the Mirs are deft players of the been (a kind of bagpipe) and algoza (a double barrel wind instrument). Most of their compositions stress on love as the basis of the relationship with God, nature and other living things.
Performers: Nazru Khan, Abdul Jabbar, Antar Khan, Manji Khan, Bassu Khan, Mode Khan and Sattar Khan.
- Jan 19, 5:30pm to 8:30pm, Dharwad: in collaboration with Rangayana. A talk by renowned scholar and linguist Ganesh Devy followed by the performance. 
- Jan 21, 7:30pm to 9pm, Hyderabad: in collaboration with Lamakaan, Near GVK One, Road 5, Banjara Hills
- Jan 23, 7:30pm to 9pm, Bangalore: Open Air Amphitheatre, Freedom Park
Info: contactus@indiaifa.org

January 20, 2017 Delhi
 
Seeta Patel, disciple of Mavin Khoo, presents an evening of music and dance, SOMETHING THEN, SOMETHING NOW at Shri Ram Centre, New Delhi at 7:30pm.
Info: shriramcentre@srcpa.in

January 20 & 21, 2017 Singapore

Maya Dance Theatre presents RELEASE 6.0
At: Black Box, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk M #01-53,90, Goodman Road, Singapore 439053, 8pm
Also featuring: 'In-Bloom' on 21 January at 3.30pm
Info: info@mayadancetheatre.org

January 20 & 21, 2017 Hyderabad

India Foundation for the Arts in collaboration with Lamakaan, Hyderabad presents two events.
- Jan 20, 5:30pm: FEMINIST STREET THEATRE – HISTORIES AND STORIES, a presentation on Feminist Street Theatre during the 1970s & 80s in Delhi, by Deepti Priya Mehrotra. The late 1970s and 80s was a particularly fertile time for street plays, within the context of a vibrant women’s movement. Deeply political plays were created by ordinary women, from colleges, bastis and women’s groups, in Delhi, and performed hundreds of times. Actor-activist memories provide occasions to explore theatre as activism, as education and art. Revisiting vintage drama scripts feels meaningful, for the history they embody and the power they still exude.
- Jan 21, 7:30pm – 9pm: FARIDA, THURIYA THURIYA JAA..., a musical performance by the Mir musicians of Rajasthan. The Mirs are a music community based in the Pugal region of Rajasthan. Hereditary singers of the Sufiyana Kalam, the Mirs have been known for their passionate and intimate renderings of the compositions of the mystics such as Baba Sheikh Farid, Sain Bulleh Shah, Hazrat Shah Hussain, Hazrat Sultan Bahu, Ali Haider and Khwaja Ghulam Farid. They have been musicians of the common people, and perform the bhajans and vanis of Meera, Kabir, Gorakhnath, Baba Ramdev and Achalram. Their songs are mostly in Siraiki, a dialect of West Punjab, and are deft players of the been (a kind of bagpipe) and algoza (a double barrel wind instrument).
Performers: Nazru Khan, Abdul Jabbar, Antar Khan, Manji Khan, Bassu Khan, Mode Khan and Sattar Khan.
At: Lamakaan, Near GVK One, Road 5, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad
Info: contactus@indiaifa.org

January 20 - 22, 2017 Mumbai
NCPA presents INDIAN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS: THEN AND NOW.
- Jan 20: in collaboration with Indian Musicological Society
The seminar will be inaugurated by Dr. Pappu Venugopal Rao, a well-known musicologist. From ancient times, the Indian subcontinent has had an abundance of various types of instruments: strings (tat), winds (sushir), solids (ghan) and covered-percussion (avanaddh). While some instruments like flute and mridangam have survived the test of the time, others like ektantri veena, mattkokila etc. have either gone out of vogue or undergone substantial change, and yet others like violin, mandolin etc., have been adopted from other traditions. In the past couple of decades, we have also experienced a rise of electronic instruments. This seminar will focus on the evolution of instruments from the ancient to modern period. The panelists will include instrumentalists and musicologists: Brij Narayan, Nityanand Haldipur, Sadanand Naimpalli, Sriram Parsuram, Suneera Kasliwal Vyas, Phil Scarf, Snehal Muzoomdar, Piyal Bhattacharya, Suvir Mishra, Balaji and Suvarnalata Rao.
At: Experimental Theatre, 9.30am to 5.30pm. Admission on a first-come-first-served basis.
For more information contact Gracy Fernandes on 26874785.
- Jan 21 & 22: In collaboration with ITC-Sangeet Research Academy
The seminar will be inaugurated by Shekhar Sen, Chairperson, Sangeet Natak Akademi. Dr. Pappu Venugopal Rao will deliver the keynote address. This seminar will attempt to chronologically retrace the journey of vocal music from the Vedic period up to the contemporary scenario, with relevant details. Presentations by experts in each session will trace the evolution duly supported by demonstrations. The presenters will include well-known personalities from the field of music: Dr. Pappu Venugopal Rao, Ajoy Chakrabarty, Arvind Parikh, Piyal Bhattacharya and Ritwik Sanyal.
At: Experimental Theatre, 9.30am to 5.30pm. Admission on a first-come-first-served basis. 
For more information, contact Usha Ayre on 61126000

January 20 - 23, 2017 Aurangabad
 
MAHAGAMI presents the 8th SARNGADEVA SAMAROH.
Ratan Thiyam – eminent theatre guru and expert on Manipuri traditions | Darshana Jhaveri – renowned Manipuri dance guru | Dr.  Ranjana Shrivastav -  scholar on Shastras and Kathak tradition | Prerana Shrimali – Kathak guru | Pt. Arun Kashalkar- eminent classical vocalist | Parvathy Baul – Baul singer of International repute and authority on traditional music of Bengal | Buddhadev Das – Esraaj artist and guru | Gotipua tradition | Bhai Baldeep Singh – scholar on Gurbani & Punjab traditions and Dhrupad Kirtan of Punjab | Parwati Dutta - Kathak and Odissi Guru and researcher.
At: Rukmini Sabagriha MAHAGAMI, Aurangabad, 7pm
SARNGADEVA PRASANG from 10am to 1pm at Sarngadeva Sadan, Mahagami, Jan 20-23.
Passes available at Mahagami office.
Info: http://mahagami.com/sarngadeva/

January 21, 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kalpana Dance Theatre presents SAMYOGA - The Divine Union (with live music)
featuring an all Malaysian Cast in collaboration with some of India’s best . Original script, music and choreography by Dr. Va Ve Subramanian, K. Hariparsad and PT Narendran respectively.
For invitations, call 0162858313
At: Shantanand Auditorium- Brickfields, Temple of Fine Arts, 7.30pm

January 21, 2017 Bangalore

Rukmini Vijayakumar is performing in Gudiya Sambrama,The Bengaluru Temple Festival 2017.
Time: 7pm to 8:45pm 
Venue: Sri Gudada Ramanjaneyaswamy Devasthana in Hanumanthanagar, Bangalore.
Website: www.raadhakalpa.co.in

January 21, 2017 Bangalore

MOVEMENT  NUANCES WITH CHITRA ARVIND at Atta Galatta, Koramangala, Bengaluru, 6pm to 8:30pm
Info: rhythmotion.dance@gmail.com / www.rhythmotion.org

January 21, 2017 Bangalore

Drishti presents the 12TH DRISHTI NATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL featuring Anuradha Vikranth in Mayura Sandesha, Drishti Dance Ensemble in Arpanam, Natya Stem Dance Kampni in Aakash and Gopika Varma in Lasya Mohana.
At: Chowdiah Memorial Hall, 6.15pm

January 22, 2017 Bangalore
    
The second KATHAKAAR FESTIVAL created by Tushar and Pooja Bhatt seeks to present new talents from India and abroad, not often seen before. The festival also platformsnew works in Kathak. KATHAKAAR was named so after the tradition of story telling. Artistic Yoga by Rudraswamy & team, Contemporary-Left Foot Right by Danceworks, Kathak dance Kathaakar, Kathak and Kandyan dance by Moksha art of dance company, Srilanka. 
At: ADA Rangmandira, Bangalore, 6.30pm
Info: kathaakars@gmail.com / 98861 32033

January 22, 2017 Toronto, Canada

Sudha Khandwani Memorial Tribute Performance, 2nd in the series.
Primary Location for Streaming & Viewing: MTDC Studio Theatre, 11 Glen Cameron Road, Unit #1, Thornhill ON, Canada L3T 4N3, 4pm (EST – Toronto)
The event will be live streamed across the internet. Those who would prefer to watch it in person at the above location, please RSVP by January 15, 2017.
Info: khandwanistudio@yahoo.com

January 25, 2017 Chennai

Kavya Kasinathan, disciple of Mithun Shyam, Vaishnavi Natyashala, Bengaluru, will be performing for Sri Thyaga Brahma Gana Sabha, at Vani Mahal, T. Nagar, 4pm
Info: kavyakasinathanv@yahoo.co.in / 9341248059

January 26, 2017 Denver, CO

REWIRING BHARATA NATYAM FOR THE 21ST CENTURY is a Lecture Demonstration by choreographer Parijat Desai  with Aaron Paige on mridangam and Ghanaian percussion and Priya Hariharan on vocal and violin.
At: The Celeste Theatre, at Colorado College on Jan 26 & The Denver Art Museum on Jan 28, 6:30pm (produced by the Asian Art Association)
e-mail: info@parijatdesai.org

January 27, 2017 Mumbai

Aaricia Ponnet, Belgian Kathak student of Shila Mehta presents Kathak Sameeksha, celebrating the completion of her ICCR Scholarship (Govt.Of India), with tabla-Amjad Khan, vocal - Somnath Mishra. It will be preceded by talk by Shila Mehta on "Movement to Consciousness in Dance."
Venue: Alliance Francaise de Bombay, 40 New Marine Lines, Mumbai, 7pm

January 27, 2017 New Delhi
IGNCA presents THE TALKING ROCKS OF BADAMI: The film explores the awesome rock-cut sculptures of the Badami caves in the Bijapur district of Karnataka. Created under western Chalukya king Mangalesha in the sixth century CE, the sculptures are celebrated as the wonderful workmanship of our country.
Director:  R. Bhartadhari, duration: 52 minutes.
Venue: IGNCA Auditorium, Media Centre, 3 Dr. R. P. Road, N. Delhi, 5.30pm
Contact: (011) – 23388155

January 27 & 28, 2017 Washington DC
ALEKHYA Spilling Ink, a performance-based project that is centered on the notions of creativity in spirituality and spirituality in creativity...
On Jan 27, 8pm & Jan 28, 4pm
At: Dance Place, 3225 8th Street NE, Washington, DC 20017 (202.269.1600)
Info: vijay.palaparty@gmail.com

January 28, 2017 Bengal

THE NIGHT OF THEATRE N°9 / LA NUIT DES IDÉES is a night-long festival of  contemporary performing arts and inventive thinking to take place in a Santhal village on 28th January. Artists and scholars from Kolkata, Paris, Madrid and Montréal, together with Santhal actors, dancers and musicians will both showcase in situ performances and evolve in stimulative conversations about art and thought. The festive program ends with a multicultural dance party. Booking is open at Alliance Française du Bengale (033 – 40064801) and MACE  (033 – 22816872) till 23rd December 2016.
Info: (033) – 22816872 / contact@trimukhiplatform.com

January 28, 2017 Birmingham
Sonia Sabri Company presents AKAAR - TALENT SHOWCASE
At: The Old Rep, Birmingham, B5 4DY, 7:30pm

January 28, 2017 St. Paul, MN USA

Kala Vandanam presents premiere of RITU - THE SEASONS
Venue: Anne Simley Theater at Hamline University, 7:30pm
Tickets: Advance purchase (online) 20$, at the door (credit card only) 30$
e-mail: info@kalavandanam.com
Website: http://www.kalavandanam.com/event/ritu-jan2017/

January 28, 2017 Santa Clara, CA

Bharatanatyam recital by Arun Mathai, Shreya Iyer and Vinay Srinivasan
At: Mission City Center for Performing Arts, 3250 Monroe St, Santa Clara, CA, 4pm.
Admission free for all.
Info: info@yuvabharati.org

January 28 & 29, 2017 New Delhi
IGNCA presents:
-  28th Jan: A workshop by Neyveli Santanagopalan on the Teaching of rare varnam and talk on allied ragas in collaboration with Shanmukhananda Sangeetha Sabha. 
Venue: IGNCA Lecture Room, 11, Mansingh Road, New Delhi, 4pm -7pm.
- 29th Jan: 4th edition of TYAGARAJA ARADHANAI in collaboration with Shanmukhananda Sangeetha Sabha. Singing of Pancha Ratna Kritis led by Neyveli Santanagopalan and troupe.
Venue: Matighar lawns, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi, 10am onwards.
Contact: (011) - 23388155 / 9717019444

January 29, 2017 Bangalore

Natya STEM presents MAYA ARPAN, ANNUAL STUDENT SHOWCASE featuring its training centre’s 175 students. 
Venue: Guru Nanak Bhavan, matinee-2pm & evening- 6pm
Ph: (080) – 23348645 / info@stemdancekampni.in

January 31, 2017 New Delhi
IGNCA presents ‘Dancing the Nation: The First Inter University Youth Festival, 1954 and the Changing Profile of the Indian Artiste’ by Arshiya Sethi.
Venue: IGNCA Lecture Room, 11, Mansingh Road, New Delhi, 4pm
Contact: (011) - 23388155