Drishti Art Foundation presents
9th Drishti Dance Festival
At Chowdiah Memorial Hall, 6pm
January 10 & 11, 2014 Bangalore

December 23, 2013

The 2 day DRISHTI DANCE FESTIVAL 2014 celebrating Indian art forms will be held on Friday and Saturday, 10th and 11th January 2014 at Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Bengaluru. Drishti Dance Festival has been a very successful event and has made it the benchmark for all dance festivals in Bangalore.

Brain child of Bharatanatyam dancer Anuradha Vikranth and her husband T M Vikranth, the 9th edition of Drishti will bring together world class performers from the field of dance.

Date: Friday 10th January and Saturday, 11th January 2014
Time: 6pm
Venue: Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Vyalikaval, Bangalore
All are welcome.

10th January
Bharatantayam by the Kirans-Rasika Dance ensemble (Bangalore)
Kuchipudi by Shallu Jindal (New Delhi)
Special shadow dance feature by Prahlad Acharya (Udupi)
Yakshagana by Idagunji Mahaganapati Yakshagana Mandali led by Keremane Shivananda Hegde (Idagunji-Uttara Kannada)

11th January
Bharatanatyam by Drishti Dance Ensemble (Bangalore)
Bharatanatyam by Anuradha Vikranth (Bangalore)
Kathak by Amit Khinchi and Shubhi Johari (New Delhi)
Classical dance feature SAMMILANA presenting five different dance forms by young and energetic artists (Bharatanatyam-Mithun Shyam, Kuchipudi-Hithaishy Dhanan, Odissi-Vandana Supriya, Mohiniattam-Rekha Raju and Kathak - Shweta Venkatesh)

For details, contact
Ph: 0 98455 55422 / 98455 55411
Email: drishtiartcentre@gmail.com / anuvikranth@gmail.com
Website: www.drishtimag.com

Drishti Art Foundation
Drishti Art Centre in Bangalore established by T M Vikranth and Bharatanatyam dancer Anuradha Vikranth, is dedicated to nurture, promote and propagate classical arts. Its main activities include - imparting training in dance; publishing 'Drishti', an exclusive magazine on dance and music; organising workshops, seminars and dance festivals; and collaborating with other cultural organizations to promote art.

Activities of Drishti Art Foundation
- Drishti Art Centre, currently training over 150 students in Bharatanatyam.
- Drishti magazine is one of the most popular quarterly magazines in Karnataka on art, dance and music, which strives to entertain, inform and instruct readers.
- Drishti Art Centre also promotes young talented dancers by giving them the platform to perform through Drishti Dance Ensemble.
- Drishti organises workshops and seminars in collaboration with other cultural organizations to promote classical arts.