Articulate Dance Festival on Sunday
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Articulate Dance Festival on Sunday

December 15, 2018

Articulate Festival, coordinated by Mysore B. Nagaraj, Managing Trustee, Articulate Trust for Arts, is conducted on 3rd Sunday of every month, in city. Accomplished Indian classical dancers both from India and abroad take part in this festival.  

On Sunday, 16th December, in its 31st series, artistes are scheduled to perform in Kathak and Bharatanatyam from 6 pm at Veene Seshanna Bhavana, Kuvempunagar.

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Karuna Ketan Bhakta from West Bengal, disciple of Rahul Dev Mondal, has a Master’s degree in Bharatanatyam from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. He shall be presenting a solo performance in Bharatanatyam.

Viji Rao, USA, has over a decade of experience as a Bharatanatyam dance artiste, choreographer and teacher. Rao began her training under her father-Guru Shiva Rao. She furthered with artistes like Shridhar, Prof. C.V. Chandrasekhar and Bragha Bessell.  She will be presenting a solo performance in Bharatanatyam.

Richa Gupta from New Delhi, disciple of Guru-Bhai Manoj  Gangani, obtained Bachelor of Arts and Prabhakar in Kathak dance from Prayag Sangeet Samiti Allahabad. She will be presenting a solo Kathak.

Priyanjali Rao currently furthers her dance at Nrityaranjani Academy of Dance, Kandivali, Mumbai, learning Pandannalore style of Bharatanatyam under Guru Revathi Srinivas Raghavan after learning Kalakshetra style of dance under Guru Ranjani Ganesan. She will give a solo performance in Bharatanatyam.  

Entry is free. For details contact  Mysore B. Nagaraj on Mob: 9341288391.

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