Brief on RituBhava
BharataKalalaya, Centre for Indian Classical Arts, is putting up a signature thematic Indian Classical Dance & Music presentation—- RituBhava— aesthetically exploring and celebrating fascinating facets of Indian seasons on May 31, 2014 at the GIIS Auditorium, Balestier Campus, 51 Jalan Rajah, Singapore-329154 at 6 pm.
This unique programme will feature noted Bharatanatyam danseuse and Guru Aarti Chidambaram and her students in a Dance and Music Jugalbandi with India’s much-acclaimed Carnatic music duo, singer SudhaRaghuraman (SangeetNatak Academy’s Bismillah Khan Dance Vocalist Awardee-2013) and flautist G Raghuraman, graded AIR artist, both from New Delhi. Choreographed and conducted by Lakshmi Krishnan of Temple of Fine Arts, RituBhava’s orchestral ensemble includes Singapore’s well-known musicians T Ramanan (mridangam) and violinist SrividyaSriram.
Using the grammar and aesthetic appeal of classical Bharatanatyam and Carnatic music, they bring alive the essence of MahakaviKalidasa’s evergreen work, RituSamhara. The attempt is to capture the beauty and magnificence of each season as envisioned by the Mahakavi.And bring forth the oneness of Iswara, focusing on the changing seasons as part of His Order.
An elite and culturally alive Indian audience of Singapore is expected to attend the scintillating 2-hour RituBhava show. The audience will comprise a wide cross-section of eminently successful Indians and Singaporeans of Indian origin who value Indian classical arts.
The tickets for the show are priced at S$ 20 each.
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