Tag: south Indian

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]…

Parramasala 2013

In the presence of Lord Mayor of Parramatta Mr John Chedid and eminent members of the Parramatta Council and community, Festival Director David Malacari, revealed an exciting program for this year. Held between 4 Oct 2013 to 7 Oct 2013 Parramasala featured acts will be…

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…

Second Day of Sydney Music Festival

The second day proved to be Embar Kannan Day. The morning brought the artists together with the Thyagaraja Aradhanai when all international and the local artists came together with more people on the stage than off. This was followed by…

Unity in Dualism

Debapriya and Samanwaya engaged the audience with their blissful presentation of Raag Marwa accompanied on the tabla by Sydney’s very own tabla player Nikhil Harishchandrakar. The programme while sparsely attended made for a cosy evening at the Canada Bay Civic…