Bharatanatyam Dance and Carnatic Music Concert on Friday, September 18, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in the Auditorium
***Thank you for the overwhelming response for this event. We have reached maximum number of seats for online booking for this event. Therefore online tickets are closed. Available seats, if any, will be offered to guests at the gate on September 18 (Friday) at 6:30 p.m. ***
This concert has been arranged in celebration of the Ganesha Chaturthi Nava Dina Mahotsavam as religion and culture are intertwined in Hinduism.
Bharatanãtyam Dance By Sri Rama Nataka Niketan: As the picture on the flyer indicates, the highlight of this performance is the “Plate and Pot” dance. This old (1926) form of dance revived by guru Manjula Ramaswamy of the “Sri Rama Nataka Niketan” in 1965. Their extraordinary choreography is acclaimed by all who have witnessed this mesmerizing art form. It exhibits the graceful and the athletic movements of Bharatanãtyam
The Carnãtic Music concert by Smt. Sudha Raghunathan is sure to be a treat for music lovers. She is referred to as “One of the brightest stars of Carnatic music in India”. She is an accomplished Carnatic vocalist is the proud recipient of a dozen or so prestigious awards such as Padma Bhooshan, Padma Shri, Sangita Kalaanidhi, Sangeetha Choodaamani, Kalaimaamani, Bharat Jyoti, etc…from all over the world, yet she remains humble.
Smt. Sudha Raghunathan has been singing since she was three years old. Her guru was Dr. M.L. Vasanthakumari, who had instilled in her the strong foundation in music. Smt. Sudha is not only a singer, but also composes songs. She has been generously raising funds for many charitable causes.
This double treat is promising a unique evening of classical music and dance which is sure to be remembered and reminisced fondly.