|March 1 & 8, 2014 UK
Manasamitra presents SHIVOHAM. Inspired by Shiva, the Indian god called upon to restore balance in a world focused on self-destruction, the musicians take the audience on an emotive journey that reflects the ever present conflict between peace and disturbance. Performing live through semi-structured improvisation to an originally composed sound track the three musicians bring together a blend of Carnatic vocals, percussion, flute, bass and violin including a special guest performance from the composer and musician Sriram (of Badmarsh & Shri fame).
The event includes a post-show discussion with the artists.
- 1 March, 7.30pm: Otley Courthouse, Otley LS21 3AN
- 8 March, 7.30pm: Grimsby Minster, Grimsby DN31 1EP
|March 1 - 31, 2014 Kolkata, Delhi, Mumbai, Imphal
Scholar and critic Dr. Sunil Kothari’s itinerary for March 2014.
March 1: Kala Bharati Montreal Festival
- NEW DELHI
March 10, 11, 12: Vikram Sarabhai Festival at Sri Ram Centre
March 13- 19: Kala Nidhi Toronto Memorial Festival, Black Swan, Manipuri choreographic work by Priti Patel, at Nehru Centre, with live streaming all over Canada
- NEW DELHI
March 20: Eleni by Rajika Puri at Habitat Centre
March 31: Jawaharlal Nehru Manipuri Dance Academy’s 60th year celebrations and seminar
Info: 98107 48029 / email@example.com
|March 2 - 9, 2014 Chennai & Bangalore|
Performance schedule for Nalini Prakash and Vijay Palaparty.
- March 2:
10am: Conversation with Nalini Prakash: DANCE TO HEAL: LIGHT THE MIND
6pm: Kalaicholai presents solo repertoire by Nalini Prakash
At: Raga Sudha Hall, Mylapore, Chennai
- March 7: The Spilling Ink Project presents VISHALA: EXPANSE
At: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore, Chennai, 7pm
- March 8: Workshop on Creative Movement hosted by Silambam, Bangalore, 11am
- March 9: VISHALA: EXPANSE, hosted by Abhinava Dance Company
At: Srujana, Bangalore, 4pm
|March 2 - 24, 2014 Chennai & New Delhi |
Schedule for Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha
- 2 March, Chennai: Morning session 10am, Geeta Chandran is Chief Guest in session entitled Dance as Therapy. Evening performance by Geeta Chandran at 7pm. In the series of events organized by Kalai Cholai at Raga Sudha Hall, Luz Avenue (behind Nageswara Rao Park)
- 5 March: Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company present NATYA VRINDA at Impresario India’s choreography fest at India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi, 8pm.
- 6 March: Geeta Chandran and Natya Vriksha Dance Company perform at the Pediatric Cardiology Conference at Hotel Meridien, Delhi. (Access to conference participants only)
- 15 March: Geeta Chandran presents DOOTI VILASAM, a solo performance on the theme of friendship at the Chinmaya Mission Auditorium, Lodi Estate, New Delhi 110003, 6.45pm.
- 16 March: Geeta Chandran is Chief Guest at Bharat Nirman’s Awards Gala for International Women’s Day at India Islamic Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi.
- 24 March: At Gandharva Mahavidyalaya’s celebrations, Geeta Chandran has mentored Kathak dancer Monisa Nayak who will inaugurate the innovative TARPAN FEST at Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi.
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / www.geetachandran.in
|March 2 - 30, 2014 California|
Schedule for Ramya Harishankar
- March 2: Sankara Eye Foundation Fundraiser, Tustin, CA
- March 26: International Week, Foothill High School, Tustin, CA
- March 30: Visions Fundraiser, Hollywood, CA
|March 3 - 8, 2014 Iowa City, IA
Aparna Ramaswamy presents SACRED EARTH at University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 8pm
|March 5 & 8, 2014 Sale, UK|
UTSAV, a celebration of Indian dance and music by Upasana headed by Deepa Ganesh.
- March 5: 11am, ticket 5£
- March 8: 3pm, ticket 7£ / 4£
At: Waterside Arts Center, 1 Waterside Plaza, Sale M33 7ZF
Info: email@example.com / www.upasana-arts.com
|March 5 - 9, 2014 Malaysia
Sutra Foundation presents KRISHNA – LOVE, RE-INVENTED (Odissi) - a timeless realm of Krishna-Gopis idyll where the real, imagined and fantasised are celebrated with complete abandon, featuring artistes of Sutra Dance Theatre.
Artistic Direction Ramli Ibrahim / Lighting Design Sivarajah Natarajan
At: Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPaC), 8.30pm
This will be followed by a 7 city Malaysia tour
Info: +603 - 4021 1092 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|March 5 - 28, 2014 Bhubaneswar, New Delhi|
Schedule for Ileana Citaristi and Art Vision.
- March 5, Bhubaneswar: Art Vision, directed by Ileana Citaristi, presents Odissi dance production KAALA-TIMEBOUND for Aarya Festival, organized by Parichaya Foundation in collaboration with ICCR Odisha Chapter on the occasion of Women Day
At: Rabindra Mandap, 7pm
- March 10, Bhubaneswar: Ileana Citaristi performs Odissi dance in EKALAVYA FESTIVAL organized by Lasya Kala Academy at Rabindra Mandap
- March 16, Bhubaneswar: Ileana Citaristi presents GANDHARI in Odissi style in the MAHARI FESTIVAL organized by Guru Pankaj Charan Das Foundation at Rabindra Mandap.
- March 22, Bhubaneswar: Ileana Citaristi presents Odissi dance jugalbhandi with her student Saswat Joshi in MOKSHIA FESTIVAL organized at Rabindra Mandap, 7 pm
- March 28, New Delhi: Ileana Citaristi presents solo Odissi recital at India Habitat Centre, 7pm
Info: email@example.com / www.artvisionindia.com
|March 7, 2014 Netherlands
A solo Bharatanatyam performance in Mysore style by D. Keshava, choreographer and yoga teacher from institution Kalasri, Switzerland. He has a long celebrated career spanning over 30 years in traditional Indian art.
At: Gandhi Centre, Tesselsestraat 65-67, The Hague, Netherlands, 7pm. All are welcome.
7 & 8, 2014 Liverpool, London, UK
Milapfest presents the UK premiere of SWADESH, a brand new International Dance Commission exploring the idea of ‘India’ as a motherland. Through the art of dance and music, Mythili Prakash (Bharatanatyam), Arushi Mudgal (Odissi) and Monisa Nayak (Kathak) express their thoughts and feelings about a country with incredible diversity, spirituality and emotion.
- March 7: The Capstone Theatre, Liverpool, 7.30pm
- March 8: The Bhavan, London, 7.30pm
|March 7 & 9, 2014 Mumbai
Schedule for Sanddhya Pureccha and Sarfojiraje Bhosale Centre Mumbai
- GATI, annual celebration of Bharata College of Fine Arts & Culture. Celebrating 9 years of the college, a Bharatanatyam and Kathak performance by Professors and students
On 7th March, at Mini Auditorium, P. L. Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 25, 5pm
- SANSKRITI MAHOTSAV classical dance festival devoted to senior artistes features
Mohiniattam by Gopika Varma (Chennai), Kuchipudi by Sailaja (Chennai), Bharatanatyam by Dr Sanddhya V Pureccha (Mumbai)
On 9th March, at Mini Auditorium, P. L. Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 25, 6pm
|March 7 - 9, 2014 Mumbai|
Dance Dialogues presents workshop by Katie Duck and Alfredo Genovesi on Improvisational Performance - The Art of Creation, Presence and Performance. Improvisational performance breaks the framework of preset choreography and challenges the artist to be the creator / composer / choreographer and the performer at the same time; to be the doer and the observer simultaneously. It is about learning 'The Eye': of the space, of the watcher and essentially the eye of work being created. The workshop is oriented towards building skills of performance presence, timing, tracking and conviction of choice/action. It focuses on developing skills to interpret dynamic space and creating one’s own performance frame. While Katie aims to explore novel and rigorous approaches to body work, Alfredo will explore ways of extending the sonic palette and musical choices in order to find a new vocabulary. The main focus lies in reaching a state of surprising oneself. The workshop will be structured into body work, activity-based sessions, performances and a jam. Katie Duck has been a professional performer and maker since the early 1970’s. Alfredo Genovesi is a free improvisational electronic guitarist.
Time: 4 - 7 pm
Venue: Sankhya Institute of Performing Arts, off Mahavir Nagar Link Road, Opp. Siddhi Sai Temple, Ekta Nagar, Kandivili (W), Mumbai.
Workshop Fee: Rs. 3000
Register by calling 98920 94052 or by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
|March 8, 2014 Bangalore
Shambhavi School of Dance organizes NAYIKA- excellence personified, a feature celebrating International Women's Day which knits a morning session of seminar and an evening of performances. Conceptualized and designed by Vyjayanthi Kashi, Artistic Director Shambhavi School of Dance, this is an opportunity for dancers and all Bangaloreans to appreciate and support the women fraternity as a whole who have played a key role in the evolution of Kuchipudi to what it is today.
The morning seminar will address the topic of "The contribution of Women to Kuchipudi."
Kuchipudi, one of the popular dance forms of India is different from the other forms. This seminar will document the path taken by women achievers as gurus, performers, researchers or critics in preserving, promoting and popularizing this art form. The speakers are Yamini Krishnamurthy, Suvarna Latha, Anuradha Jonnalagadha, Usha RK, Kothapalli Padma and Vyjayanthi Kashi.
The evening performances will witness a blend of different styles as dancers come together in a duet presentation: Screening of a film on Yamini Krishnamurthy, Bharatanatyam & Kuchipudi duet by Rukmini Vijayakumar and Prateeksha Kashi, Kathak & Kuchipudi solo & duet by Shovana Narayan and Vyjayanthi Kashi, Bharatanatyam & Kuchipudi duet by Anuradha Vikranth & Shama Krishna.
Yamini Krishnamurthy will be honored with the NATYASHASTRA AWARD for her immense contribution to Kuchipudi.
At: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Race Course Road from 10am to 12:30pm and 5:30 - 9pm. All are welcome.
For further details please feel free to call us on +919886956596/ +919886687559
email@example.com / www.vyjayanthikashi.com
|March 8, 2014 Mumbai |
NCPA Select presents THE LAST TALE, a play in Punjabi. It is about a woman named Bihaag, who has been murdered by her husband Udav three days into their marriage. After death, in a narrative memorial, they re-emerge and speak, as the dead, of things that they could not when they were alive. In this space between memory and mourning, they begin to find their voices and tell their stories. The Last Tale was the outcome of workshops and improvisations around Punjabi love stories, ancient songs of mourning, loss and forgiveness, Shakespearean tragedies and Toni Morrison's Desdemona. It has been put together as a narrative by Dr. Surjit Pattar.
Directed by Neelam Mansingh
Cast: Vansh Bhardwaj & Gick Grewal, Singer: Pamela Singh
Musicians: Mehar Chand, Mundri Lal, Amarjit, Bhadur Chand, Satnam, Ram Chand.
Light Design and Operation: Daulat Ram Vaid
Venue: NCPA Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point, Mumbai, 5pm & 7pm (2 shows)
|March 8, 2014 Oxford, UK |
Sadhana Dance presents UNDER MY SKIN that shrugs off the anaesthetic of the everyday to offer incisive insights into what happens when we’re out for the count and under the knife. Under My Skin explores and evokes the unseen, unspoken practices of the operating theatre, lifting the veil on a closed, clinical and tightly choreographed world. Drawing on both contemporary dance and Bharatanatyam techniques, three performers invite the audience to share an insider’s perspective on surgical procedures, where intricate detail, perfect timing and precisely controlled exchanges are not just an artistic goal, but a matter of life and death. Under My Skin is choreographed by artistic director Subathra Subramaniam, working hand in hand with former trauma surgeon Professor Roger Kneebone along with regular collaborators the composers and visual artists Kathy Hinde and Matthew Olden, and lighting designer Aideen Malone.
At: The North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, 8pm
|March 8 & 9, 2014 New Delhi |
UNDERSTANDING QAWWALI, a symposium exploring the plurality of the unified art form, is conceived and conceptualized by Manjari Chaturvedi. Talks, lectures, presentations, discussions, photo documentations, films and soul stirring performances by Khanqahi Qawwals....all at the "Understanding Qawwali" seminar...Come, not only to flow with the music...but also to understand this unique oral tradition.
At: Multipurpose Hall & Rose Garden, India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi 110003, 10am onwards
Info: +91 11 41764860 / +91 9871310119
|March 8 - 16, 2014 Mumbai, Pune|
Schedule for Jhelum Paranjape and Smitalay
- DRAUPADI performed by Jhelum Paranjape and ASHTANAYIKA choreographed & performed by senior students of Smitalay on the occasion of 20th year celebration of International Women's Day.
March 8: Veer Savarkar Hall, Cadell Road, Opp. Shivaji Park, Mumbai, 8pm
March 9: at Kashinath Ghanekar Sabhagriha, Pokhran Road No.1, Thane, at 9.30am
Donor cards : Rs.150 available at Smitalay, Sane Guruji Arogya Mandir, 5/VI Chunabhatti, Off S. V. Road, Santacruz (West), Mumbai 400 054 & at venue (2 days prior and on day of program.). Entry on First Come First Basis
Contact: 022 2661 6398/2661 5463
- March 10: SAVITRI VADATEY performance by Smitalay for Miloon Sarya Jani (a women's magazine) at S. M. Joshi Auditorium, Pune at 5pm.
- March 16: Opening Act in MA TAA Sanman Sandhya (Maharashtra Times Performing Arts Award Ceremony) at The Lalit, Andheri East, Mumbai, 6pm.
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / www.smitalay.com
|March 9, 2014 Pune|
Shashikala Ravi and her students will be performing SRISHTHI at the prestigious Shaniwarwada Festival in Pune.
Venue: Shaniwarwada Lawn, 6.45pm onwards
Info: email@example.com / www.amritanjali.com
|March 9, 2014 Mumbai|
Sarfojiraje Bhosale Centre in association with P.L. Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy, Govt. of Maharashtra presents SANSKRITI MAHOTSAV 2014 featuring Bharatanatyam by Dr. Sanddhya V Pureccha, Mumbai, Mohiniattam by Gopika Varma, Chennai and Kuchipudi by Sailaja, Chennai.
At: Mini Auditorium, P. L. Deshpande Maharashtra Kala Academy, 3rd floor, Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 025, 6pm. Entry free.
|March 9 & 28, 2014 UK|
Srishti presents JHAM, a youthful, contemporary dance and music work built on a firm classical ground. The performance brings together the rhythmic, vocally percussive South Indian solkattu or syllabic recitation which is often an accompaniment to dance as well as a vocal style in its own right, with the immediately familiar modern style of beatboxing, most often associated with hip-hop dance and music.
- March 9: Key Theatre, Peterborough, 7.30pm
- March 28: The Flavel, Dartmouth, 7.30pm
|March 10, 2014 Bhubaneswar|
Lasyakala Dance Vision presents AEKALAVYA Season 6, tribute to guru-shishya parampara. AEKALAVYA SAMMAN goes to Odissi dancer Sarita Mishra and musician Abhijeet Mishra
At: Rabindra Mandap, 6pm
|March 11, 2014 Kolkata|
The Arshinagar Project and Duende, in association with Spandan present ABOUT A CLAY CART, a devised physical theatre performance. Twelve artists from across India and also Australia, Finland, Germany and Singapore, have come together for two weeks at Theatre House, Shantiniketan, for ‘Self-with-Others’, a workshop residency on psycho-physical performance with renowned UK-based theatre director and pedagogue John Britton, artistic director of Duende, UK. The workshop explores the text of the play 'Mrchhakatikam' (The Little Clay Cart) and will culminate in a devised physical performance called 'About A Clay Cart'. The performance won't be a production of Mrchchakatikam, rather the piece explores the universal themes of this ancient Sanskrit text, but through the inter-cultural, contemporary lens brought in by the performers' life experiences. The performance thus becomes a quest for universality as well as difference.
At: Spandan, 87 Park Street (Opposite St. Xavier's College,near Park Street Police Station), 7pm
The performance is non-ticketed, but prior registrations are necessary. Please text your name, contact number and number of people coming with you, to 9836509386, or e-mail the same to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘About a Clay Cart.’
|March 13, 2014 Madurai|
Uma Ramesh presents THEVAARA MOOVAR, a thematic presentation on Appar, Sambandar and Sundarar for the Anniversary Celebrations of Tamil Isai Sangam, Madurai.
|March 13, 2014 Toronto, Canada|
Opening the Kalanidhi International Dance Festival in Toronto, inDANCE presents three of its signature works - Box, Mea Culpa and Uma. All three works are daring and progressive - dancing outside the box and presenting eclectic, sensual, virtuosic and evocative dance creations that challenge dominant discourses on global culture, subverting gender and sexuality.
Venue: Fleck Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Quay West, Toronto, 7.30pm
For tickets, Harborfront Centre box office at 416-973-4000 or visit http://tickets.harbourfrontcentre.com/calendar/view.aspx?id=22564
|March 13 - 16, 2014 Stuttgart, Germany|
Hemabharathy Palani, Rehearsal Director and performer at the Attakkalari Repertory Company, has been selected to present her work TRIKONANGA at the 18TH INTERNATIONAL SOLO-DANCE-THEATRE FESTIVAL 2014 to be held in Stuttgart, Germany from 13th – 16th March. Hemabharthy, who won the Robert Bosch Young Choreographers Award in 2009, has earlier presented a work in progress version of this piece at Platform 13: Emerging South Asia, as a part of the Attakkalari India Biennial 2013. Cornelia Albrecht, Director of Administration at Ballet National de Marseilles, France, saw the work at Platform 13, and offered Hema a one month residency as part of the Open Studio at Ballet National de Marseilles in May 2013. Hema created her work Trikonanga during this residency.
Info: email@example.com / www.attakkalari.org
|March 13 - 16, 2014 Toronto, Canada|
The festival and conference entitled NEW DIRECTIONS IN INDIAN DANCE is intended to pay TRIBUTE TO SUDHA KHANDWANI for her multifaceted lifetime work in Indian dance. Her Kalanidhi Fine Arts of Canada will complete its 25 years of presenting international dance festivals, symposia and conferences in Canada. However, the organization itself is much older and was originally established by Sudha 60 years ago in India. Sudha herself completed her 80 years in August 2013. All these significant anniversaries, 25, 60, and 80 are being celebrated jointly through this festival.
|March 14, 2014 Bangalore
Natya Institute of Kathak & Choreography presents KATHAK THROUGH THE AGES as visualized by Guru Maya Rao, at Chowdiah Hall.
Info: 98868 54604 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|March 14, 2014 Delhi |
Alarmel Valli presents a tribute to the genius of Annamacharya, 15th century Telugu Bhakti poet. In his exquisitely crafted padams, we hear the voice of the anguished individual seeker as well as the voice of the imperious goddess. We find adoration as well as irreverence, longing as well as intimacy, devotion as well as feisty sensuality. We are witness to the wild impassioned human yearning for the sacred, as well as the delicate erotic interplay between the goddess Alamelumanga and her consort, Lord Venkatesha of Tirupati. In poetry that distils the many shades and nuances of bhakti, we are reminded time and again of the essential inseparability of the erotic and the existential, the human and the divine. The performance will be interspersed by readings of Annamacharya’s verse in English translation by poet Arundhathi Subramaniam. English Translation: V Narayana Rao and David Shulman.
At: Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Delhi, 7pm
|March 14, 2014 Delhi|
Under its Horizon Series, ICCR presents Odissi recital HYMNS TO HEAVEN by Ranjana Gauhar and her group.
At: Azad Bhawan, 6.30pm
|March 14, 2014 Swindon, UK|
Sonia Sabri Company presents JUGNI where dance, music and meaning with live vocals and percussion is inspired by Qawaali, and contemporary choreography in folkloric dance styles. Celebrated for presenting Kathak through bold new ways, choreographer Sonia Sabri and musical director Savar Sabri illuminate personal stories through intricate play of movement, rhythm and rhyme.
At: Swindon Dance, Swindon, 7.45pm
|March 14 & 15, 2014 Paris|
Bharatanatyam by Gayatri Sriram accompanied by Mrinal Prabhu (nattuvangam), Balasubramanya Sharma (vocal), G. Gurumurthy (mridangam), Jayaram Kikkeri (flute), Prasanna (ganjira, percussions).
At: Musée Guimet, 6, place d’Iena, 75116 Paris, 8.30pm
Ph: +33 1 56 52 53 00
|March 15, 2014 Bangalore|
ICPA Bangalore presents Chakyarkoothu by Margi Madhu. Chakyar Koothu is a performance art from Kerala. It is primarily a type of highly refined monologue where the performer narrates episodes from Hindu epics (such as the Ramayana and the Mahabharata) and stories from the Puranas. Sometimes, however, it is also a traditional equivalent of the modern stand-up comedy act, incorporating commentary on current socio-political events (and personal comments directed at the members of the audience).
At: Yeswantpur Ayyappa temple, 6.30pm
Info: 95351 22374 / (080) – 65771117 / email@example.com
|March 15, 2014 Paris|
Sanga Vo Van Tao presents his first Mohiniattam recital
At: Centre Mandapa, 6 rue Wurtz, Paris, 8pm
|March 15 & 16, 2014 Chennai|
Sruti mag presents:
- March 15: Launch of Sruti App followed by YASHODARA by JustUs Repertory featuring Mythili Prakash and Amrita Murali, 6pm
- March 16: Hindustani concert by Anupama Bhagwat, Rahul Pophalli on tabla, 4.30pm
Carnatic music concert by Sikkil Gurucharan, 6pm
At: Rukmini Arangam, Kalakshetra
|March 16, 2014 Palo Alto, California, USA
KELUCHARAN KEERTI SAMPRADAYA 2014, annual celebration of Guruji's life and work presented by Guru Shradha.
Performers: Guru Ratikant Mohapatra, Sujata Mohapatra, Niharika Mohanty and Guru Shradha dancers including Rasika Kumar, Deepa Mahadevan, Divya Saha, Revital Carroll, Jenna Anjali, and Swati Rout.
Venue: Cubberley Theatre, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303, 4:30pm
Website: www.gurushradha.org, www.facebook.com/GuruShradha
|March 16, 2014 Toronto, Canada|
Shila Mehta performs Kathak solo KATHA SE KATHAK at Kalanidhi’s International Dance Festival and Symposium titled New Directions in Indian Dance.
At: Fleck Dance Theatre 2.30pm.
|March 17, 2014 Thrissur|
KALABHARATHI YUVA PRATHIBHA AWARD CEREMONY
At: Kerala Sahithya Akademi, Thrissur
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / www.kalabharathi.org
|March 19, 2014 London, UK|
Sarvani presents NAATYA MANOHARAM- Beauty of Dance
At: Nehru Center, 8 South Audley Street, London W1K 1HF at 6:30pm. All are welcome.
|March 20, 2014 New Delhi|
Arshiya Sethi, managing trustee, Kri Foundation presents Rajika Puri in ELENI OF SPARTA, an Indo-Greek retelling of the life of 'Helen of Troy' a danced story, told in English, danced in Odissi (re-imagined with an ancient Greek aesthetic), and sung in ancient Greek, set to ragas reminiscent of ancient Greek modes.
At: Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road New Delhi, 7.30pm
RSVP Mallika Rao @ +91-96506-48576
Info: email@example.com / www.rajikapuri.com
|March 20, 2014 Lincoln, UK|
A new re-imagination of the mythological tale of Shiva and Kama, told through contemporary Kathak dance and Indo-bass, beats and electronica, RUDRA produced by Dewsbury based Manasamitra is a new collaboration between contemporary Kathak choreographer Sonia Sabri and composer Shri Sriram, who is best known as one half of electro acoustic duo Badmarsh & Shri.
At: Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Lincoln, 7.30pm
|March 21 & 22, 2014 Singapore
RELEASE 3.0 is a contemporary dance production featuring young and emerging collaborators.
Maya Dance Theatre and the Substation will feature the works of emerging choreographers from Singapore and Malaysia at The Substation Theatre. Also featured will be a collaborative choreography by Shahrin Johry (Maya Dance Theatre) and Bernice Lee (Frontier Danceland)
21 March 2014; 8pm / 22 March 2014; 3pm & 8pm
At: The Substation Theatre, 45 Armenian Street
|March 23, 2014 New Delhi
Sindhi Academy, Delhi presents Rani Karnaa and her disciples in SAJAN RAHEO RUH ME, based on the lyrics of Sindhi Sufi poets at the Sindhi Sufi Festival. Performed by Debashree Bhattacharya, Sohini Debnath, Rhea Das, Samila Bhattacharya and Surangama Bhattacharya - senior disciples of Guru Rani Karnaa Nayak.
Concept & Direction: Guru Rani Karnaa
At: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, 6.30pm. All are welcome.
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org / www.ranikathak.com
|March 23, 2014 Mumbai|
Aditi Mangaldas Dance Company - The Drishtikon Dance Foundation, performs its latest production WITHIN at The Jamshed Bhabha Theater, NCPA, 6.30pm.
|March 23, 2014 Birmingham, UK|
Sampad’s annual showcase ASIAN SPRING returns with an energetic celebration of South Asian dance featuring Kathak and Bharatanatyam, Bollywood moves, Kuchipudi and more, from the best talent in the Midlands & North West.
At: Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham, 4pm
|March 24, 2014 Bangalore
Sharmila Mukerjee and the Sanjali Ensemble present an Odissi performance at Rotary Club of Bangalore, Lavelle Road, at 7.30pm.
Info: email@example.com / www.sanjalicentre.com
|March 24 - 27, 2014 Berlin, Germany
- 24 March, 6pm: Natyanjali Festival
Mohiniattam dance by Anne Dietrich (Germany), Eugenia Carillo (Spain)
- 26 March, 6pm: Theatre HER LETTERS Inspired by Tagore's 'Streer Patra' by Sharmistha Saha & group
- 27 March, 6pm: Natyanjali Festival
ODISSI dance by Karen Taguet
Venue: Foyer / Auditorium, Indian Embassy Berlin, Tiergartenstr. 17, 10785 Berlin
The entry is only possible with a valid identity card or passport.
Admission to all events is free, a maximum of 200 guests are admitted.
|March 28, 2014 Goa
ICCR Goa presents Dr. Padmaja Suresh and Aatmalaya of Bangalore
At: Panjim Centre at 6.30pm.
Info: 08806041750 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|March 28 - 30, 2014 Washington, DC
Aparna Ramaswamy presents SANNIDHI at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington, DC
|March 29, 2014 New Delhi|
Odissi and Kathak dance performance by artistes of Nrityanjali, choreographed by Sameer Meher.
At: Sathya Sai International Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003 at 6pm
|March 29, 2014 Leeds, UK|
Amina Khayyam Dance Company uses the Indian classical dance – Kathak, to tell the anguishing story of YERMA who suffers heart breaking social torment of a childless marriage that forces her to commit a horrific and an irrevocable act.
At: The Riley Theatre / Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Leeds, 7.30pm
|March 29 - April 11, 2014 UK |
- March 29: Carnatic pianist Anil Srinivasan and tabla maestro Kousic Sen perform at The Capstone Theatre, 1pm. Free admission.
- April 2: Pianist Anil Srinivasan and flautist Rakesh Chaurasia present their unique jugalbandi (duet) of piano and bansuri at Southbank Centre, 7:45pm
Tickets: £15 / £12 / Limited 50% concessions. Box Office: 0844 847 9910
- April 5: Pianist Anil Srinivasan and flautist Rakesh Chaurasia present their jugalbhandi (duet) of piano and bansuri at The Bridgewater Hall, 1pm
Tickets: £12 / £10 concessions. Box Office: 0844 907 9000
- April 11: Milapfest and The Capstone Theatre present Arun Ghosh Quintet: A South Asian Suite at The Capstone Theatre, 7:30pm
Tickets £10 / £8 concessions, Box Office: 0844 8000 410
|March 30, 2014 Mississauga, ON
Sampradaya Dance Creations presents HORIZON SERIES 2014 - EMERGING ARTIST PERFORMANCE SERIES featuring talented emerging dancers Reshmi Chetram (Kathak) and Harikishan Nair (Kuchipudi). Artist talk-back session following performance.
At Sampradaya Theatre, Mississauga, ON, 4pm
Tickets: Adults: $15, Seniors/Students: $10
Purchase tickets by calling - 905-607-8434
|March 30, 2014 Milpitas, CA |
Rasika Kumar re-stages COURAGE, with live musical accompaniment by Malavika Kumar (nattuvangam), Sindhu Natarajan (vocal), Ganesh Ramanarayanan (mridangam), Sruti Sarathy (violin) & Prasant Radhakrishnan (saxophone).
At: India Community Center, 525 Los Coches St., Milpitas, CA 95035, 4pm
Info: email@example.com / www.abhinaya.org