- 31, 2014 Delhi, Kerala, Coonoor
Dance historian, scholar, author, critic Dr. Sunil Kothari's itinerary for July 2014
- July 1: Bharatanatyam recital by Lakshmi Parthsarathy Athreya, at Habitat Centre, 7pm
- July 3: Screening of Natyanubhava, film by Sharada Ramanathan, at Habitat Centre 7pm
- July 10: Screening of film by Justin Macarthy on Kshetrayya Padams, at IIC, 7pm
- July 15 and 16: Hindustan Kalari Sangam: Kalaripyattu festival
- July 17 onwards: Residency till end of July to be confirmed.
AHMEDABAD (July 26 to 31)
- July 26 & 27: Seminar on Govardhan Panchal: Centenary celebrations, Vishwa Kosh Trust, Usmanpura 3pm to 5pm
Performances of Sanskrit Plays at Media Centre
Karpuracharitram by Raju Barot on 26th July
Dootavakyam by Bhargav Thakkar, 27th July, 6pm
18, 26 & Aug 8, 2014 Bangalore
MAYA RAO: A LIFETIME IN CHOREOGRAPHY is a valuable record of Indian classical dance and Kathak in particular. Her path breaking achievements suffused with personal reminiscences makes this memoir extremely readable and a significant chapter in the cultural history of India. Book release is scheduled for:
- 18th July: Windsor Manor
- 26th July: Rangoli gallery, Bangalore Metro
- 8th August: Chowdiah foyer before her choreography 'Kathak through the ages'
Info: www.natyamaya.in / www.stemdancekampni.in
|July 27 & 31, 2014 Mumbai &
Kanaka Sabha Performing Arts Centre presents Collaborative Indian- Taiwanese Dance recital ASIAN RHYTHMS, MONSOON BEATS by Siri Rama and senior students of Kanaka Sabha and Taiwanese dance troupe from National Taiwan University.
- 27th July: Karnataka Sangha Hall, Dr. M. Vishveshwarayya Smarak Mandir, Off Kataria Marg, Matunga West, Mumbai 400016, 4pm
- 31st July: Al SAJ Convention Centre, Trivandrum, 6pm
|July 27 - August 3, 3014 Washington DC
Dakshina presents workshops by Bharatanatyam dancers Indira Kadambi and Sheejith Krishna, and Carnatic vocalist Jyothishmathi Krishna. Dancers must be strong technically, be able to work independently and comfortable learning in an intensive group environment.
|July 29, 2014 Bhubaneswar
Orissa Dance Academy presents Odissi dance performance SIDDHARTHA, a production project supported by the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Siddhartha, the lead protagonist of Nobel laureate Harman Hesse’s epical novel Siddhartha, goes in search of truth following Indian way of life ascending the famous four steps- Dharma, Artha, Kama and Mokshya. Taking inspiration from his story line we adopted a different choreographic model to present Siddhartha’s journey as a seeker and his experiment with truth from a dancer’s point of view.
At: Rabindra Mandap, Bhubaneswar.
|July 29, 2014 Kolkata
SRJAN, Bhubaneswar in collaboration with Rabindranath Tagore Centre, ICCR, Kolkata presents ANTARDRISHTI - Moving towards excellence. Featured is Odissi dance ballet GEETAMRITAM, a neo-classical innovation based on Bhagavad Gita by the artistes of Srjan.
Choreography: Ratikant Mohapatra / Music: Pt. Bhubaneswar Mishra, Pt. Raghunath Panigrahi, Satyabrata Katha
At: Satyajit Ray Auditorium, 9A, Ho Chi Minh Sarani, Kolkata 700071, 7pm