Author Archive for Sumathi

Trinity and Nandikeswar Festival in Melb

Art Evolves,…. Attend, Participate, Contribute, Volunteer   says Ravi OAM and Narmatha Ravichandhira, Festival Directors of the Trinity and Nandikeswar Festival to be held in Melbourne on the 19 and 20 May 2018

 

 

 

 

Thaaimai – A celebration of Motherhood

Samarpana School of Dance brings Thaaimai – a celebration of motherhood on

5th May 2018 at 6:30pm

Bryan Brown Theatre

Cnr of Richard and Chapel Rd

Bankstown at 6:30pm

To Book Tickets : Call 0431 897 473 or 0420 483 044

 

Priya Murali Sweet n Spirited

Priya Murali successfully completed her arangetram recently. She was proclaimed to be the first full fledged student of Samskriti School of Dance, who commenced learning Bharathanatyam from its initial stages to rise up to the level of being able to…

Forge – Annalouise Paul

 A new iteration of a solo contemporary-flamenco work FORGE will be presented at Parramasala Festival on Saturday 10 March 2018.  Now being realised as a full-length version (previously 30 mins) with gorgeous Sephardi vocals by Helen Rivero, co-composition by Marianthe Loucataris and Peter…

Nagaraj Hegde – Hindustani Flute

The Vedanta Centre of Sydney is happy to organize a bansuri (flute) recital by Sri Nagaraj Hegde—a Hindustani classical flutist—on Friday, 16 March 2018 at 7:30 pm after the regular evening aratrikam at 7:00 pm.   Nagaraj was born into…

Pallavi – GJR Krishnan and V Krishnan

Lalgudi duet concert

The son and daughter of the legendary Lalgudi Jayaraman – GJR Krishnan and Vijayalakshmi Krishnan – the torch bearers of his style and genius are here this weekend in Sydney.

We present an excerpt of one of the most celebrated and well loved, if not dealt with Raga Thodi of the Carnatic system of music below. The ragam comprises of a full minor scale of seven notes. The oscillations between the notes presents innumerable opportunities for musicians to develop a landscape as they extemporise. A must for all musicians who would love to see how this western instrument has been adapted to this genre of music by geniuses past leaving a heritage that we can all be proud of today.

 

Madhuram Dance Fest 2018

  About the artists   This year local Odissi dancer is Sanatani Rombola disciple of Smt Sujatha Mohapatra. Sanatani is of Italian dissent and passionate about Odissi. She managed to live in India for several years to learn Odissi from the…