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CONCERTS
   

Monday, April 9
7:30 – 9:00 PM

Erasing Borders Evening Concert I

Sujata Mohapatra (Odissi)
Prashant Shah (Kathak)

The bearer of the priceless artistic heritage of pioneering Odissi master Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, Sujata Mohapatra will present gems from the master’s works as well as new works created by her and her husband. Sujata’s immaculate sculptural contours and lyrical movements, is contrasted by the vibrancy of Prashant Shah’s Kathak solo.

Venue:
The Club, 74 East 4th St (b/w 2nd Ave & Bowery), NYC

Tickets:

$25 general; $20 students/IAAC members BUY TICKETS
Tickets by Sulekha.com/newyork


[ To be added to the waiting list contact iaac.dance@gmail.com ]



Tuesday, April 10
7:30 – 9:00 PM


ERASING BORDERS EVENING CONCERT II

Thresh Dance (Contemporary Dance Theater)
Rukmini Vijayakumar (Bharatanatyam/Modern)

The evening explores the works of two dancers who are trained in both Bharatanatyam and Modern dance. Energetic, innovative and multi-talented Rukmini Vijayakumar will present two works – one from her Bharatanatyam repertoire and the other a modern work. Thresh Dance’s Savitri: Journey in Eternal Night is a duet between Preeti Vasudevan, a solo dancer and Kyra Gaunt, a vocalist representing the body and voice of Savitri in a dialogue with the formless figure of Death. This work is based on a canto from the epic poem Savitri, written by Indian mystic and freedom fighter Sri Aurobindo.

Venue:
The Club @ 74 East 4th St (b/w 2nd Ave & Bowery), NYC

Tickets:
$25 general; $20 students/IAAC membersBUY TICKETS
Tickets by Sulekha.com/newyork

[ To be added to the waiting list contact iaac.dance@gmail.com ]



Saturday, April 14
7:00 - 9:30 PM

Main Stage Dance Concert
In Association with the Asia Society and Museum

Priyadarshini Govind (Bharatanatyam) with live orchestra from India
Trinayan Dance Theater (Odissi)

The NYC premiere of internationally renowned Bharata Natyam dancer, Priyadarshini Govind’s ‘PraNayam: Obeisances to God’ is accompanied by a live musical orchestra from India. Trinayan Dance Theater presents its own work ‘Prati Dhwani: Sacred Resonance.’

Venue:
Asia Society and Museum
Lila Acheson Wallace Auditorium (725 Park Ave @ 70th St, NYC)

Advance Tickets:
$30/ $25 student/seniors with I.D. BUY TICKETS
Tickets by Lotus Music and Dance


[ To be added to the waiting list contact events@trinayan.org ]

At the door:
$35/ $30 seniors/students with I.D.


Sunday, April 15
1:00 – 1:45 PM


Family-friendly Performance
: Stories of Krishna: The Playful Blue God

In collaboration with the Brooklyn Children’s Museum


The festival collaborates with the Brooklyn Children’s Museum to present Indian dance to young audiences and their families. The performance will feature dancers performing stories of little Krishna, the playful blue god from Hindu mythology – the one who plays the bamboo flute, steals butter but all the milk-maidens, cowherds, animals and birds are mesmerized by the playfulness and charm of this divine child.

Featured Artists: Shobana Ram (Bharatanatyam), Trinayan Dance Theater (Odissi)

Venue: Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 145 Brooklyn Avenue Brooklyn, NY

Tickets: Free with Museum Admission BUY TICKETS

   

  
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