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An absolute blissful evening
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An absolute blissful evening

The euphoria of Dasara in Mysuru hung around even after two days of the festivities. Cultural programmes continued to entice dance rasikas to auditoriums. Articulate Festival added to the seasons grand ceremony of events, luckily the 3rd Sunday of the month coincided with the days just after the Navaratri. The line-up of artistes in this…

Enchanting Arts and Artistes
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Enchanting Arts and Artistes

The Articulate Festival, in its series 28 on 16th September, 2018 at Veene Seshanna Bhavana, Ganabharathi, Mysuru, saw four enchanting dance arts by four enchantresses. It was a visual cultural tour across the country from Andhra to Uttar Pradesh to Odisha and Tamil Nadu while a spectator just sat in the comforts of the auditorium’s…

Warm, delightful performance on a rainy day
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Warm, delightful performance on a rainy day

Articulate Festival, a every third Sunday of the month classical dance festival, dedicated its  27th series to Sri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ji and to all those who are suffering from the natural calamity down south of India. A heartfelt prayers were said. The festival showcased four young artistes, curated by Mysore B. Nagaraj, on Aug.19,…

Promising experiments in music
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Promising experiments in music

By Dr. Rama V. Bennur History reveals that Mysuru has always encouraged wholeheartedly the new and experimental changes in the field of art. It has pioneered many changes in the music genre. The two recent concerts confirmed this. Jugalbandhis nowadays are stretching out their vistas. It is not necessarily between two kinds of instruments or…

Audience hitched onto a state of bliss
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Audience hitched onto a state of bliss

On 20th May 2018, at Veene Seshanna Bhavana, Ganabharathi, Mysuru, Articulate Festival saw the 24th edition where four classical dance segments were lined up for the evening that saw two duet presentation in Bharatanatyam, solo artistes in Kathak and Kuchipudi. Shwetha K. Purohit and Sindhu K. Purohit, disciples of Karnataka Kala Tilaka Guru Radha Sridhar,…

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