Art Vision presents
Tribhanga-Explorations in Odissi dance
July 13 & 14, 2016 New Delhi
June 24, 2016
Art Vision was founded in the year 1996 by Dr. Ileana Citaristi along with a group of artists belonging to different disciplines such as dance, music, painting and literature who wanted to have a common ground for sharing experience and creative ideas. Along the years, Art Vision has organized different unique Festivals such as Festival of Films on Performing and Visual Arts, Kalinga Mahotsav, a National Festival of Martial Arts, Remembering Guruji in memory of Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra and Sangam Festival, a confluence of two dance styles, which has reached the 11th edition.
In celebration of its 20th anniversary (1996-2016), Art Vision in collaboration with Teamwork Arts is organizing TRIBHANGA-Explorations in Odissi Dance on the 13th and 14th of July at Kamani Hall, New Delhi. Four Odissi group compositions, choreographed by Ileana Citaristi and performed by the Art Vision Dance Academy repertory group will be presented during the festival.
Dates: July 13 & 14, 2016
Venue: Kamani Auditorium
For on line registration please visit: http://tribhanga.teamworkarts.com/
Passes also available at the venue on the day of performance.
On the 13th of July the opening production is SARAHA a work inspired by the tale of Saraha, the founder of the Tantric discipline in the Tibetan region, with music by Anwar Khurshid and Laxmikanta Palit. This will be followed by KAALA, a dance production on the concept of Time, with text by Devdas Chhotrai and music by Annada Prasanna Pattanaik.
On the 14th of July the Festival opens with KARUNA, a work inspired by Mother Theresa’s life, written by Devdas Chhotrai and Prafulla Kumar Misra and put to music by Laxmikanta Palit. The second presentation is SIDDHARTHA based on the famous novel written by Hermann Hesse with music by Annada Prasanna Pattanaik.
The 2 day festival includes also an exhibition of photos on the 20 years of Art Vision and an offering of delicious items of the Odia cuisine.