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April 1 - 30, 2019 Bhubaneswar, Bangkok, Japan, Bahrain, Delhi, Europe    
Schedule for Guru Dr. Gajendra Panda and Tridhara
- April 1, Bhubaneswar: Tridhara Bhubaneswar present SHIVA IN ODISSI DANCE for Odia Mahotshav 2019
Venue: Open Air, Ekamra Hatta, 6pm
- April 2 - 8, Bangkok: Guru Gajendra Panda, Sudipta Panda, Madhusmita Pattnaik, D.Priyanka and Mokshada Tripathy present DEVI DASAVIDHAMI for BHARAT SANSKRUTI YATRA. Sponsored by High Commissioner of India, Thailand Ministry of Culture Govt. of India, and Hams, Kolkata.
Venue: Main Auditorium, Srinakharinwirot University, Sukhumvit 23, 6pm
- April 7, Nagoya, Japan: SHIVATANDAV group Odissi by Tridhara Japan for annual celebration, 6pm. Sponsored by 24FM84.5 Redio SANQ
- April 9 - 12, Bahrain: Guru Gajendra Panda, Sudipta Panda, Madhusmita Pattnaik, D.Priyanka and Mokshada Tripathy perform KRISHNAYA TUVYAM NAMAH for ODISHA DAY celebration, 6pm. Sponsored by Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India under National Presence Scheme.
- April 12, New Delhi: Guru DGajendra Panda and Kaori Naka (Japan) present HARA-GOURI ASTAKAM for GURU PARANAM UTSHAV organized by Vaishali Kala Kendra Noida. Sponsored by Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India.
Venue: India Habitat Centre, 7pm
- April 13, Tokyo, Japan: Duet Odissi dance SHIVATANDAV by Kaajal Mishra and Chisato Miura of Tridhara Japan, for KAWASAKI FESTIVAL, 6pm
- April 13, Bhubaneswar: Guru Gajendra Panda and Chaitra Dasegouda (Bengaluru) present
duet Odissi dance ARDHANARISWAR, group Odissi dance GANANAYAKA PANCHAKA by Tridhara on inaugural day of SHRI LINGARAJ FESTIVAL
Venue: Bhajana Mandap, old Bhubaneswar,7pm
Organized by Ekamra Kala Prakasini, sponsored by Shri Lingaraj Temple Trust
- April 14, Bhubaneswar: Guru Gajendra Panda and Chaitra Dasegoda present duet Odissi ARDHANARISWAR and group Odissi dance GANANAYAKA PANCHAKA by Tridhara for inaugural day of BAISAKHI FESTIVAL. Organized by Chinta O Chetana, sponsored by KIIT and KISS Deemed University, Bhubaneswar
Venue: Rabindra Mandap, 7pm
- April 15, Bhubaneswar: Guru Gajendra Panda and dancers of Tridhara present SAKHI GOPINATHA for inaugural day of CAPITAL DAY FOUNDATION, organized by C.D.C.C.
Venue: Open Air, Indira Park, 7pm
- April 22 - 28: Paris, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland: Guru Gajendra Panda and dancers of Tridhara present Odissi dance drama SRI GANESH for BHARAT SANSKRUTIK MAHOTSAV, organized by Hams.
- April 29, Bhubaneswar: Guru Gajendra Panda and Chisato Miura present duet Odissi Ardhanariswar; Gayatri Khuntia presents Mahari Nrutya; Group Odissi by Natraj Kala Mandir, Fulbani and Tribhanga Kala Niketan. Organized by Natraj Kala Mandir for WORLD DANCE DAY – NATARAJ DANCE and MUSIC FESTIVAL
Venue: Gandhi Smruti Bhavan, Fulbani, 7pm
- April 30, Bhubaneswar: Pt. Harish Gangani (Kathak), Sanchita Banerjee (Bharatanatyam), Odissi by Tridhara Bhubaneswar, for GURU BHUBANESWAR MISHRA AWARD FESTIVAL. Organized by Tridhara, Bhubaneswar
Venue: Open Air, Ruchika High School, 7pm

April 1 - 30, 2019 Icchapuram, Bhubaneswar, Singapore, Delhi

Schedule for Ileana Citaristi
-1st April, Icchapuram: On the occasion of Odisha Day celebration, Art Vision presents an Odissi program for the Bapuji Odia Cultural Association at Icchapuram, Andhra at 6.30pm
 -7th April, Bhubaneswar: On the occasion of the 15th death anniversary of Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, Art Vision in collaboration with Odissi Research Centre, presents REMEMBERING GURUJI, Rabindra Mandap, 6.30pm
-13th April, Singapore: Ileana Citaristi takes part in the Odissi dance festival AEKALAVYA season 11, celebrating Guru-Sishya Parampara,  organised by Lasyakala in collaboration with Nrutyadharam, at Victoria Theatre, 5pm onwards
-14th April, Singapore: Ileana Citaristi gives a lec-dem on Odissi titled ‘Shades of love in Odissi dance’ at 11 Upperwilkie Road, organized by Chowk Production, 11am. And a lec-dem on Mayurbhanji Chhau dance at Stamford Art Centre, 4.30pm organised by Shanta Rati Initiative.
- 29-30 April, New Delhi: On the occasion of World Dance Day celebrations, Ileana Citaristi performs Odissi for Spic Macay Virasat Festival at DPS School, Indrapuri and Modern School, Barakamba Road, 10.30am

April 5 - 29, 2019 USA
Sudarshan Chakravorty’s schedule for his USA tour.
- April 5 & 7: Sudarshan Chakravorty leads a Community Workshop on Contemporary Fusion dance form for the dance enthusiasts in Bay Area (full day)
At: Mosaic RecWedgewood Rd, San Ramon, CA
- April 9: Sudarshan Chakravorty leads a Showcase & Sharing with students of San Francisco based choreographer Mary Carbonara and also discusses the collaborative production FROZEN ANGELS which Mary choreographed for Sapphire in March 2017 as part of INCRES (International Choreographer Residency in Sapphire).
At: Studio 200, 301 8th Street at Folsom, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA  94103, 6pm
- April 11 -13: Sudarshan Chakravorty leads a Community Workshop for Bangaliyana, a Bengali Community based organization in Fremont to promote Indian dances.
At: ICC Studio, Milpitas, CA (full day). Contact Sayanti: +1 650430 5684
- April 14: Celebrating Bengali New Year with dance, music, food, and conversations sharing moments of productions and experience in working with the diaspora in USA.
At: Holly Community Centre, Union City, San Francisco, CA
- April 17- 29: Sudarshan Chakravorty leads and choreographs around 100 dancers for the upcoming NABC (North American Bengali Conference) in July for the Opening Ceremony at various locations in Washington and Maryland.

April 6 - 21, 2019 New Delhi
Presented by Bookmyshow, the 16th century love saga MUGHAL-E-AZAM is all set for its grand comeback to the capital city, once more. Directed by film-maker and playwright Feroz Abbas Khan with performances by an enviable cast, beautifully choreographed Kathak sequences (choreography by Mayuri Upadhya), mesmerizing music and intricate sets, Mughal-e-Azam captures the chronicles of Salim and Anarkali’s classic love story like never before. The classic screen-to-stage adaptation also boasts of dazzling costumes by designer Manish Malhotra combined with the technical expertise of Broadway and original hit songs. The grand musical will be back for its 175th show and will be staged at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium, New Delhi.
At 7pm on weekdays and 3pm and 7pm on weekends
Info: / +91 99306 81998

April 6 & 28, 2019 France & Switzerland

Schedule for Kathak exponent Sharmila Sharma. 
- April 6, Paris: Kathak workshop 
- April 28: Theatre du Passage, Neuchâtel, Switzerland: Yatra: A friendship story between a Gypsy girl and a temple dancer. Featuring  Sharmila Sharma & Annjali Shah (dance), Shashin Garach, Olivier Nicola (comedian and storyteller), Amandine Baldi (lights), Anuvi Desai (costume).

April 6 - 29, 2019 Delhi, Gujarat, San Diego, Denmark
Schedule for Natya Tarangini and The Reddys.
-6th April: Yamini Reddy & Bhavana Reddy along with Natya Tarangini disciples (Ananya Khosla, Naureen Mehra, Mahesh, Avika Bassi, Divyangna Ahuja, Sneha Chella) perform for Ugadi Celebrations for Vice President of India.
-8th April: Disciple Swetha Godavarthy performs at 12th Annual Music & Dance festival, Indian Fine Arts Academy of San Diego
-18th April: Yamini & Bhavana Reddy perform for Hanuman Jayanti Mahotsav, Bhavnagar, Gujarat
-19th April morning: Dr Raja Reddy & Dr. Radha Reddy receive ‘Hanumant Award 2019’ for nritya at the Hanuman Jayanti Mahotsav, Bhavnagar, from Morari Bapu.
-26th April: Yamini & Bhavana Reddy conduct workshop at Copenhagen
-27th April: Yamini & Bhavana Reddy perform at Copenhagen
-29th April: Celebrations of ‘World Dance Day’ with Utsav Music by disciples of the Reddys (Bhavana Reddy, Ananya Khosla, Mahesh, Pramiti Singh) at India Habitat Centre, Delhi
- 29th April: NT students’ performance: NT celebrates ‘World Dance Day’ at Raja Radha Rangmanch Amphitheatre, Delhi

April 7 - 27, 2019 California

Schedule for Ramya Harishankar and Arpana Dance Company.
- Sunday, Apr 7: Hanamatsuri (birth of the Buddha), ADC, Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, CA
- Monday, Apr 8: Lec dem, San Diego State Univ, San Diego, CA
- Thursday, Apr 11: Moderator, Abhinaya panel, IFAAS Cleveland Festival, San Diego CA
- Friday, Apr 26: Friendship Concert, Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA
- Saturday, Apr 27: Asia Pacific Celebrations, Irvine Valley College, Irvine CA

April 19-21, 2019 Bangalore  
Kalavedi series presents NRITYOTSAVA featuring:
-April 19: Students of Guru Vasanthalakshmi
Kathak (Sanjukta Sinha)
-April 20:
Kuchipudi (Prateeksha Kashi)
Odissi (Rahul Acharya)
-April 21:
Kathak (Jayanthi M Eshwarputhy)
BN (Indira Kadambi)
The Kalavedi Puraskara will be presented to Bangalore's senior Guru Vasanthalakshmi.
At: MES College, 6.15pm. All are welcome.

April 19-21, 2019 Bangalore
Sri Rajarajeshwari Kalaniketan in association with Academy of Music presents Samanvay Arts Festival NRUTYA RANGOLI, curated by Veena Murthy Vijay.
At: Chowdiah Memorial Hall. All are welcome.

April 19-21, 2019 NYC
Featuring guests of honor Pandit Birju Maharaj, Saswati Sen, as well as performances by Prashant Shah, Pandit Satya Narayana Charka, Janaki Patrik and the Kathak Ensemble, Anjali Nath, Courtyard Dancers, Farah Yasmeen Shaikh and Noorani Dance, Barkha Patel, Labonee Mohanta and many more.
Place: The Ailey Citigroup Theater / The Ailey Studios, 405 West 55th Street, New York, NY 10019

April 19 - 21, 2019 St. Louis, MO

Soorya Performing Arts presents 11th edition of AMERICAN NATYA FESTIVAL.
- April 19, 6:30pm
Bharatanatyam & Kathak Performances by Soorya Dance school
Atma Lingam - Mythological Bharatanatyam Dance Drama by “Rani” group
Parvati’s Marriage - by Katha, Indian Storyteller Group of St. Louis
- April 20, 4:30pm
Vaigai Express - by Guru Vandana Academy, Louisville, KY
Manipuri Dances - by Angahar Dance Academy, Kolkata
Gyana Margam -  by Kala Sampada, Bengaluru
Tri-Nritya Shailee - Natyantharanga Dance Company of Bengaluru
Pied Piper - Vismaya - by Sanskriti School of Dance, New Jersey
- April 21, 2pm
American Natya Idol Award Ceremony
Sri Satyanarayana Katha - by Acharya School of Dance, Chicago
Four Horsemen - by  Jiva Performing Arts, New York
Shakti- Women Empowerment -  by Nrityarpana School of Dance, Cincinnati
Venue: Clayton High School Auditorium

April 20, 2019 Hyderabad

For Ramachar Memorial Concerts edition four, Dr.Anupama Kylash presents THE SENSUAL AND THE SUBLIME in the Telugu Padam. The presentation explores various phases and facets of Telugu Pada literature through rare songs of primary composers like Annamayya, Sarangapani, Kshetrayya, Munipalle Subramania Kavi and Pothuloori Veerabrahman.
At: Saptaparni, Road # 8, Banjara Hills, 6.30pm

April 20, 2019 Pune

Nrityayatri in association with Purnima and Dinesh Raste present a Kuchipudi recital by Deepika Reddy for the first time in Pune.
At: Symbiosis Institute auditorium, Bhosle Nagar, Range Hills, 5.30pm. All are welcome.

April 20 & 27, 2019 Kolkata

- April 20: Sapphire Creations Dance Company performs at the inaugural and closing acts of the gala evening organised by Indian Film Federation in Hotel Hindustan International, 8pm
- April 27: Sapphire Dance Academy shows excerpts of its recently concluded concert DREAMS WITH WINGS for a multi-cultural and diverse children’s festival called DRAMEBAAZI organized by The Creative Arts at ICCR Gallery, 9A Ho Chi Min Sarani, 5pm

April 21, 2019 Chandigarh

In its motive to spread social awareness towards cruelty to animals and its prevention, SUNAINA presents for Chandigarh Tamil Sangam, JAI GANESH by Guru Kanaka Sudhakar and senior disciples.
At: Tagore Theatre, Chandigarh, 4pm. All are welcome.
Info: +91 8588802608 /

April 21, 2019 Kolkata

Rhythmosaic School and Dance Institute is presenting a contemporary dance series SUBLIME featuring choreography by Prasanna Saikia and presented by Rhythmosaic Repertory.
Venue: Sculpture Court, ICCR, 11am -1pm
To know more about the program visit
Contact: +91 98312 24011 /

April 21, 2019 Glen Ellyn, IL
Natya Dance Theatre and the Chicago Kali Bari Temple present ‘Music for Peace,’ a unique musical performance with dramatic English commentary honoring the lives of Mahatma Gandhi and DK Pattamal. Presented by JustUs Repertory with script by Gowri Ramnarayan.
At: Chicago Kali Bari Temple, 2S511 IL Route 53, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137, 4pm to 6pm. All are welcome.

April 21, 2019 St Louis, MO

Jiva Dance presents THE FOUR HORSEMEN as a part of the 11th Natya Festival.
At: Clayton High School Auditorium #1, Mark Twain Circle, St. Louis, MO 63105, 2pm

April 21 - 27, 2019 Mumbai
NCPA’s Mudra dance festival celebrates oneness. The feeling of being interconnected to everything around. This oneness translates into many deep connections that exist between the different forms of the Arts, among the different styles of dances and also between the body, mind and soul of a dancer.  In the world of communication, hasya is the magic key and the festival celebrates this rasa with a series of performances by acclaimed artistes.
- April 21:
*Multi dance style presentation by Kanak Rele & group - Kanak Rele, will explore the various degrees of hasya through different characters. Rama, who is a pious figure, will smile with a little bit of teeth but always with restraint. Sita, on the other hand, might smile in a coy fashion towards her husband or when expressing her desire upon seeing the golden deer. Shurpanakha, the sister of Ravana, will essay a demonic kind of laughter. While they all have hasya in common, they are all different in their own ways.
*Bharatanatyam by V.P. Dhananjayan & Shanta Dhananjayan -  A scene from Ramayana (Tulsidas - Hindi), Ravana's sister Soorpanakha encounters with Sri Rama and Lakshmana in the forest. The brothers make fun of the demoness whose amorous approach evokes laughter. The demoness gets her nose cut and ran into the woods.
At: Tata theatre, 6pm
- April 25:
*Bharatanatyam by Sonal Mansingh & group - SUSMITA featuring Uddhav - Gopi Sanvaad, Satyabhama - Krishna, Mohini - Bhasmasura
*Mohiniattam by Mandakini Trivedi - Verses from Adi Shankara’s Amarushataka and Vidyakara’s Subhashita Ratna Kosha. The former is a secular love lyric, while the latter is a humorous look at the gods.
At: Experimental theatre, 6.30pm
- April 27:
*Bharatanatyam by Priyadarsini Govind - The main piece is strung together portraying humour in different regional languages.
*Kathakali by Sadanam Balakrishnan - Ravana did rigorous penance to Lord Brahma for thousands of years and obtained boons to conquer the three worlds. He is invincible and only mere human being can defeat him. Proud Ravana approaches his brothers to know what boons they have obtained. Kumbhakarna who wishes to get the boon to destroy all Devas by slip of tongue instead of nirdevathvam  asked for nidravathvam (to sleep always) and he got that. His youngest brother Vibheeshana want to become an ardent devotee of Vishnu and he got that.
This reply made Ravana laugh at them. Here the hasya can have all the six variations, from Smita the gentle smile to Hasita, Vikasita, Avahasita, Atihasita and Apahasita, which gradually increases to its uncontrolled climax.
At: Tata theatre, 6.30pm
Info: (022) - 22824567, 66223724

April 22, 2019 New Delhi

SUNAINA presents in association with India Habitat Centre, HER STORIES, conceptualized and choreographed by Guru Kanaka Sudhakar & Aparajita Sarma. An innovative Bharatanatyam performance depicting stories of a lovelorn nayika, dilemma of Kaikeyi and today's empowered woman.
At: Stein auditorium, 7pm. Entry free.
Info: +91 8588802608 /

April 26, 2019 Chennai

Bharatakalanjali presents a Bharatanatyam recital by Lakshanya Vasan from Melbourne.
At: Music Academy mini hall, 6pm.

April 27, 2019 Chennai
ABHAI celebrates its 31st Annual Day at Narada Gana Sabha main hall, at 10.30am.

April 27, 2019 Mumbai

TEHZEEB-E-TAWAIF is a day-long symposium on courtesan culture and women performers in India from 18th to 20th century. Presented by Sufi Kathak Foundation, Royal Opera House of Mumbai and Avid Learning.
Symposium: 10.30am to 5.30pm (No registration fee but prior registration needed at
Performances: 6.30pm to 8pm (A tribute to Begums and Baijis of Bollywood: The first women of Hindi cinema), box office: (022) - 23668888
At: Royal Opera House, Mama Paramanand Marg, Mumbai 400004

April 27, 2019 Oakland, CA

Abhinaya Dance Company restages STORIES OF JUSTICE which examined the non-violent resistance strategies of Martin Luther King, Jr and the story of Rosa Parks.
At: the Asian Cultural Center in Oakland, 4pm

April 27 & 28, 2019 New Delhi
Natya Vriksha’s 15th edition of WORLD DANCE DAY celebrations is curated by dancer Geeta Chandran. With workshops, lectures, biographies and performances by young dancers, the two-day program offers invaluable fare for both the dance community and to all those others interested in the arts.
- Saturday, 27 April:
9:30am to 12pm: BODY & MOVEMENT WORKSHOP conducted by Santosh Nair, Artistic Director, Sadhya Dance Co. (open to dancers of all styles; register at
4pm: Public Lecture: THE GLORIOUS LEGACY OF INDIAN CULTURE: Challenges and Opportunities
By Pavan K. Varma, former Diplomat, former MP, author, thinker and motivational speaker
Odissi:  Rajashri Praharaj (Bhubaneswar)
Kathak: Rupanshi Kashyap (Ahmedabad)
- Sunday, 28 April:
9:30am to 12pm: RHYTHMS IN DANCE: Workshop jointly conducted by Manohar Balatchandirane, mridangam artiste, and dancer Geeta Chandran (open to dancers of all styles; register at
4pm: Rema Shrikant: A personal dance journey in Baroda (Film/Lecture/Performance)
Mohiniattam: Methil Devika (Thiruvanathapuram)
Bharatanatyam: Manasvini Ramachandran (Chennai)
At: India International Centre, 40 Lodi Estate, New Delhi110003
Info: / +91 98106 06833

April 27 & 28, 2019 NYC

The World Music Institute presented DANCING THE GODS, co-curated with Rajika Puri.
- Saturday, April 27 at 8pm
Kalanidhi Dance in Kuchipudi dance theatre RASA – Evoking Nine Emotions via scenes from the Ramayana
- Sunday, April 28 at 7pm
Traditional Odissi solo recital by Sujata Mohapatra with live music
Come one hour early each evening for a pre-performance slide lecture by co-curator Rajika Puri on ‘What makes an Indian dancer great?’ and stay for a chat & chai with the artists after the performance. (On 27th at 7pm, on 28th at 6pm)
At: Peter Norton Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway at 95th St.

April 28, 2019 Bangalore

Kavya Kasinathan, disciple of Mithun Shyam, presents a Bharatanatyam performance for 'Kala Belagu' the monthly concert series
At: Kalasankula, 2nd Cross, Shanbhog Nagappa Layout, Bilekahalli, Near Vijaya Enclave, Bangalore, 11am to 12 noon
Info: / 9341248059

April 28, 2019 Bangalore
Ananya presents ANANYA NRUTYOLLASA-61 featuring Rajesh TK (BN), Sudharma Vaithiyanathan (BN) and Sharat Prabhath (Kathak)
At: Seva Sadan, Malleswaram, 6pm

April 28, 2019 Hyderabad
Sas3's Dancing Feet in association with Face of Artz and Natya Swara celebrates the diversity of dance on world dance day with different forms of Indian, continental and contemporary dance including Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Kathak, Mohiniattam, Kuchipudi, Vilasini Natyam, Rabindra Nritya, Gaudia Nritya, Tutting, Oriental Dance, Belly dancing, Butoh, hip hop, bachata and contemporary.
At: Nritya Forum for performing arts, 8-2-269/62, Behind Lumbini Jewel Mall, Road Number 2, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad 500034, 9am to 6pm
Info: /  8179498469

April 28, 2019 Middlesex, UK

Kalasagara UK  presents TURN ON LIGHTS BEFORE YOU LEAVE, an evening of Bharatanatyam by the students of Usha Raghavan, Director, Kalasagara UK, in celebration of Mother’s Day and to raise funds for 'Gift of sight' program of the charity Navajeevan Blind Relief Centre, Tiruchanur, India ( Mothers & their daughters along with some senior students perform.
At: Winston Churchill Hall,  Middlesex, UK, 5 - 7.30pm
Tickets and details:; 07899844869; (Hillingdon Box Office) (01895) 250615

April 28, 2019 MD

Radha Dutta and students will perform Mohiniattam, Bharatanatyam, and folk dances on April 28 for World Dance Day
At: Kalalayam (Maryland), 5pm. Free admission
Contact: 301 581-0323

April 28, 2019 Palo Alto, CA
Yuva Bharati presents SAMYU - A UNION by Nitya Narasimhan & Kassiyet Adilkhankyzy followed by solo Bharatanaytam performances by Tejaswini Narayanan, Yamini Kalluri & Aishwarya Venkat.
At: Cubberly Theater, 4120 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA, 4pm

April 29, 2019 New Delhi

Utsav Music celebrates INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY
At: Stein Auditorium, 7pm. All are welcome.

April 29 - May 2, 2019 Bangalore
Shrishti Center of Performing Arts & Institute of Dance Therapy presents SHRISHTI GOLDEN JUBILEE GLOBAL FESTIVAL
-April 29:
5.30pm: Inauguration, Archana Rao, Guru Padma Subrahmanyam
6.00 Biswajit Dash, Odissi, Bhubaneswar
6.20 Saraswati Rajathesh
6.40 Advika Lakshmi Prasad, Guru Sushma Sridhar
7.00 Suda, Guru Nandini Eshwar, Bharatanatyam, Mysore
7.20 Yashaswini, Guru Mysore Nagaraj, Kathak
7.40 Natyeswara Natya Sanga, Guru Satish Babu
8pm: Saraswati Rajathesh, Kuchipudi
-April 30:
6.00 Natya Saraswati
6.15 A.V.Satyanarayan- Mahan Buddha –One man show
6.20 Swarda Dekhane, BN, Pune
6.40  Videhi Kulkarni, Guru Manju Bhargavi, Kuchipudi
7.00 Harshita Chanrashekar
7.20 Sarasvati
7.30 Abhivyakthi –Guru Manasi Pandya
- May 1: (6pm to 6am)
6.00 Ganesh Stuti, Maya Dance Ensemble
6.10 Pallavi and Group, BN
6.20 Sridevi, BN, Guru Manjula Paramesh
6.40  Shrishti Award presentation
7.10 Sarasvati Rajatesh 
7.20  Nagashree Pravlik,
7.40  Amartya Chatterjee Ghosh, Kathak
8.10  Shristi Sangeet
9.00 Yamuna Srinidhi,  Guru Nandini Eswar, BN
9.20   Bhaja Govindam, dance drama by Shristi Center
10,00 Satriya Dance by Sangeet Natak Academy Awardee Guru Haricharan
10.40  Pt Narasimhalu Vadavate, Clarinet
11.20  Sunupura School of Dance Bharathanattyam Bengaluru
11.40 Shekar Rajendran
12am: Mahdura Mukharje
00.20 Sagar and group, Tumkur
00.40 Kavya Chandrashkar
01.00  Arkadev Bhattacharya
01.20 Muduka Datta
1.40  Sakshi Srinivasan, Guru Poornima Gururaj
2.00 BVVSN Raju, Sri Satya Kuchipudi Kalanilayam, Chintal, Hyderabad.
2.20 Rakshita Suresh
2.40  Rajparesh
3.00 Veena C & Tejaswini
3.20 Abhisikta Maitra, Kolkota
3.40 Manju
4.00 Sarasvati
4.10 Anisha Roy
4.30 Shantha Srikanth
5.00 Nartana Academy of Performing Arts, Bengaluru
5.30 Poorva School of Bharatanatyam, Baroda, Guru Sharad Pandya
6am: Vande Mataram
-May 2:
6.00 Trina Roy, Kolkata
6.20 Amartyya Chatterjee Ghosh, Pune
6.40 Dr. A.V.Satyanarayana, Bengaluru
6.50  Soma Ghosh, Kolkata
7.10 Pravin Joshi, Delhi
7.40 Hindoli Niogi, Kolkata
8.00 Articulate Nagaraj, Bengaluru
At: Nayana Auditorium, Ravindra Kalakshetra Complex
Info: / 09845698089

April 30, 2019 New Delhi

Utsav Educational & Cultural Society-Ranjana’s Odissi Dance Academy presents SU-TARANG, 2019: A Celebration of Odissi Dance, dedicated to World Dance Day, by the disciples of Guru Ranjana Gauhar.
At: Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi, 6.45pm