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Start date: 7 Oct 2017

End date: 8 Oct 2017

Time: 5:30 PM TO 8:30 PM (Doors open at 5:00 PM)

Price: £15.00 AND £12.00

Venue: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan

Venue address: Castletown Road, London W14 9HE, United Kingdom


Box office: 02086612865 / 07811823684 / Book now

A festival of Indian classical dance

Nrithya-Upahaar 2017, Festival of Classical Dance

Venue: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, West Kensington W14 9HE

Dates: Saturday October 7th & Sunday October 8th, 2017

Upahaar School of Dance is proud to present Nrithya-Upahaar, a yearly international festival of Classical dance. The festival will highlight this year the richness of the various Indian classical dance styles from the North to the South of India. International and local artists will present styles such as Kathak, Bharathanatyam, Odissi, Mohiniattam and Kuchipudi.

Nrithya-Upahaar is an internationally acclaimed festival that offers a feast of classical dance, presenting some of the best artists in their field, over two days. This year we have amongst them, the acclaimed Bharatanatyam dancer, Praveen Kumar, a disciple of Late Smt Narmada, Bangalore and Prof C.V. Chandrashekar, Chennai; Mohiniyattam artist Smitha Rajan, grand-daughter and disciple of the legendary doyen- Late Smt Kalamandalam Kalyanikutty Amma; Sreelakshmy Govardhanan, one of the foremost young talents in the field of Kuchipudi today, well-known Kathak artists from Pragav Dance Company- Shyam Dattani & Parbati Chaudhury; the popular Odissi artist Elena Catalano alongwith Maryam and Katie; and finally, Pallavi Anand, Anekha Pillai, Daniella Zak Varghese, Alisha Pillai and Shalini Shivashankar from Upahaar School of Dance, who perform regularly in the UK and abroad.

To buy tickets click here: Nrithya-Upahaar 2017 tickets (ticketsource)

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