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2017-09-16 16:00:002017-09-16 16:00:00America/TijuanaBharatnatyam Performance by
Shruthi Abhishek, Meghah Vuppalapaty
and Divya Devaguptapu
First part of the program - performances by
Shruthi Abhishek and Meghah Vuppalapaty.

Second half with Divya Devaguptapu presenting
Bhavanubuthi celebrating Kshetraya. This a project that celebrates music and dance equally through a soulful genre of padam singing in the typical Dhanammal Bani and nuanced abhinayam of Dhananjayan/Kalakshetra bAni. The compositions in this productions have been carefully chosen such that they resonate with the audiences of today, yet are steeped in classicism. A specially created mural of Kshetrayya and Muvvagopala by eminent cartoonist and painter Keshav Venkataraghavan (of The Hindu) will create the perfect setting for the stage.
with live Orchestra Vocal - Savitha Narasimhan, Mridangam - J Vaidhyanathan, Violin - Ranjani Ramakrishnan, Lights & Stage - B Charles
Mission Center for Performing Arts 3250 Monroe St, Santa Clara, CA 95051Yuva Bharati Advertised Local Eventyuvabharati@yahoo.com
Bharatnatyam Performance by
Shruthi Abhishek, Meghah Vuppalapaty
and Divya Devaguptapu
September 16, 2017, 4:00PM

Mission Center for Performing Arts 3250 Monroe St, Santa Clara, CA 95051

Free for all
Artists

First part of the program - performances by
Shruthi Abhishek and Meghah Vuppalapaty.

Second half with Divya Devaguptapu presenting
Bhavanubuthi celebrating Kshetraya. This a project that celebrates music and dance equally through a soulful genre of padam singing in the typical Dhanammal Bani and nuanced abhinayam of Dhananjayan/Kalakshetra bAni. The compositions in this productions have been carefully chosen such that they resonate with the audiences of today, yet are steeped in classicism. A specially created mural of Kshetrayya and Muvvagopala by eminent cartoonist and painter Keshav Venkataraghavan (of The Hindu) will create the perfect setting for the stage.
with live Orchestra Vocal - Savitha Narasimhan, Mridangam - J Vaidhyanathan, Violin - Ranjani Ramakrishnan, Lights & Stage - B Charles