Tag Archive for Hindustani music

Four Genres in a day

It is rarer occasion to see four classical styles in one day in Sydney. Whilst some bemoan that this is too much dance in a day, for many others it is slowly becoming a Madhuram Academy of Performing Arts [MAPA]…

Close Encounter with Saskia and Shubendra

Sydhwaney is proud to support the following amazing event and highly recommends it to its readers: Close Encounters aims at giving the audience the opportunity to experience Indian Classical and Western Jazz music in an intimate homely surrounding. Bringing you…

Kumar Bose and Kushal Das – Sitar & Tabla

Asia Pacific Cultural Alliance presented two maestros of Indian classical music in a journey of rhythm and melody at John Painter Hall (AIM), 1-55 Foveaux St, Surry Hills, NSW on Saturday, 25 June 2016  at 6:30 pm. Pt. Kushal Das, Sitarist is considered as one…

Veena Vocal Concerts

54th Spirit of India Concerts 2015   The atmosphere was thick with anticipation. From the very moment she began to fine-tune the strings we were captivated; those first strains of the shadjam and panchamam resounded strikingly in the silent auditorium…

Sydney Dance Festival

About the Festival and Organisers Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Australia and Madhuram Academy of Performing Arts (MAPA) the organisers of the Sydney Dance Festival are for the first time in Sydney bringing international and local artists together in a two day festival that is dedicated…

Sutra: Secrets of Dance

In an exciting production coming up called “SUTRA: secrets of classical Indian dance” Young dancers, Govind Pillai, student of Hamsa Venkat and his sister, a kuchipudi/mohiniyattam dancer, Sandhya will blend film with live dance and music to present a stage…