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June 19 & 20, 2021 Chicago, IL

Natya's STUDENT SHOWCASE is on the upcoming virtual evenings of dancing on Saturday, June 19th and Sunday, June 20th from 6pm-8pm Central Time. Both evenings will be streamed through YouTube.
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June 19 - 23, 2021
Swaranjali Delhi & Dhruv Bose Foundation hosts SHRADDHANJALi - A five days virtual cultural program on the occasion of the birth anniversary of late Dhruv Bose. The Shraddhanjali Festival has been organised to pay tribute to all our gurus, performers, artists, art critics and art lovers whom we lost due to the corona pandemic.
- 19th June 2021
Pt. Rajeev Taranath (sarod)
Bhutnath De - vocal
Sharon Lowen - Odissi
Ramneek Singh - vocal
Sujata Mohapatra - Odissi
Padmaja Suresh - Bharatanatyam
Ranitendranath Tagore - vocal
Ustad Asghar Hussain - violin
Ashvini Modak - vocal
- 20th June 2021
Saswatti Saha - sitar
Dr. Tulika Ghosh - vocal
Dr. Samira Koser - Kathak
Pt. Ramdas Palsule - tabla
Shangita Namasivayam & Dance Group, Malaysia
Antara Das (recitation)
- 21st June 2021
Biruta Ozolina - vocal, Riga
Indrikis Veitners - clarinet, Riga
Vigo Racevskis - percussion, Riga
Mridul Nath - piano
Subhasis Bose - hansaveena
Anjali Chawdhury -vocal, USA
Anannya Islam - vocal, Sydney
Pt. Amitava Sen (tabla) with Master Nabarun Sen (harmonium)
Manideepa Bhattacherjee - vocal
Dr. Surajit Roy - esraj
Pt. Pradip Kumar Sarkar & Shubham Sarkar (violin - tabla)
Dr. Abha & Vibha Chaurasia - vocal duet
Pt. Subir Adhikari (tabla)
Shubhra Telegaonkar - vocal
Pratibha Telegaonkar - vocal
Lily Mukherjee - vocal
Pt. Partha Pratim Das - (tabla) with Shanti Ranjan Kundu (harmonium)
- 22nd June 2021
Pt. Dharambir Singh (sitar)
Pt. Ravindra Katoti (harmonium)
Vidhushi Poornima Bhatt Kulkarni - vocal
Shubham, A School of Performing Arts, Bengaluru
Kasturi Datar Atrawalkar - vocal
Astha Godbole Karlekar - Kathak
Brigitta Hegedues - Mohiniattyam, Munich
Anwesha Mukherjee - Bharatanatyam, Munich
Akcheta Selvakumar -- Bharatanatyam, Munich
Lohitha Kumar -- Bharatanatyam, Munich
SDwiptanil Bhattaharjee (sarod) with Shri Mainak Biswas (tabla) .
- 23rd June 2021
Mala Ganguly - vocal
Pt. Indrajit Banerjee - sitar
Pt. Durjay Bhaumik - tabla solo
Nandini Jaykumar - Bharatanatyam, Holland
Shreyasee Nag - Kathak, Spain
Nehha Bhatnagar - Bharatanatyam
Sandip Bhattacherjee - vocal
Supriya Shah - sitar
Pt. Ramakant Gaiwkad - vocal
Sunita Bhuyan - violin
Pt. Harvindra Singh - vocal
Rama Sundar Ranganathan - vocal
At: 7pm IST daily on Youtube and Facebook Page.
For info, contact Subrata De: 9910300319

June 20, 2021
A confluence of Jazz, Hindustani music and Kuchipudi- uncle and niece duo- Venkatesh Swaminathan and Veena Mani will premier their short production as a fundraiser for the Bay Area Girls Rock Camp. The short presentation will be premiered on father's day - 20th June. Funds raised through this will go to the Bay Area Girls Rock Camp that works to empower young girls.
Time: 6am San Francisco /  9am New York / 6.30pm India
Where: Venkates Swaminathan | Facebook

August 14, 2021 Chicago, IL

Performed by Natya Dance Theatre's professional company, LOVE TRANSFORMS depicts a story from Indian folklore in which the main character must battle the evils in society and themselves to return to a time of harmony and peace with all of nature and humanity. This story of trials and transformation is told through Bharatanatyam. In accordance with Be Safe Chicago Guidelines for Parks and Recreation Activities, participants in this activity will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times while participating.
At: Indian Boundary Park (lawn area just west of the cultural center), 2500 W. Lunt Ave.
Chicago, IL 60645, 2pm Central Time

September 17 & 18, 2021 Sydney, Australia
Lingalayam presents 'KURUNTOKAI-THE INTERIOR LANDSCAPE' at the Belvoir Street Theatre as a part of their "Festival of Everything." Belvoir Street Theatre is one of the oldest theatre companies/venues in Australia, it's a very unique warm space and this will be the first time Indian classical dance and music is being presented there.
The work is an intimate contemplation on our relationship to nature. Using poems from the 13th century Tamil anthology, 'Kuruntokai', as the allegorical thread, the work traverses diverse landscapes mapping nature to our own deep interior emotional terrain. Love is the central axis on which themes of union, separation, longing and betrayal are spun into form through dance, projected Australian landscapes and music. These elements marry to evoke both the sensual and transcendent, parochial and universal, in a contemporary reflection of our fraught existence in a dynamic yet ever fragile environment. Juxtaposing the structural clarity of Bharatanatyam with the sensuous fluidity of Kuchipudi and accompanied by a live orchestra.
Concept & Choreography - Anandavalli, Composer/Arranger - Bhagavatalu Seetarama Sarma
Video - Artist Iqbal Barkat, Lighting Designer - Neil Simpson
Costume designed by Anandavalli & executed by D.K. Dance Costume Tailors
At: Upstairs Theater, 7.30pm on 17th, 2pm & 7.30pm on 18th
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