Soorya Festival of Dance and Music

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Bhavan Australia and Soorya Australia

Soorya Festival of Dance and Music

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Dates 17 May 2009

Indian classical dance is known as the oldest dance tradition in the world. The Australian audiences have been exposed to the stylised features of Indian dance and themes of Hindu mythology that are commonly expressed through dance. Over time the full gamut of Indian classical dance forms including Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Kuchipudi, Odissi, Manipuri, Chhau and Mohiniattam have shown their presence here.

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and Soorya Australia are bringing to you the legendary artists from India. This festival guarantees a magnificent presentation of Indian classical dance and music.

BharthaNatyam dance is lead by the multi award winner Dr. Padma Subramaniam who is synonymous with Bharathanatyam. She is accompanied by Dr. Gayathri, a researcher and a fantastic dancer. The Classical Music on Strings – Jugal bandhi (duo) where South meets the North to be performed by B. Kannan on Veena – known for his charming creativity and clarity in head-reeling speed without loss of emotion and Pandit Mukesh Sharma on Sarod, who is India’s leading exponent of Sarod among the younger generation.

Your thirst for pure Indian classical dance and music will be quenched at this Music and Dance festival. Do not miss out on this fantastic opportunity to watch the legends of Indian classical dance and music perform in Sydney.

Tickets available now
Premium $50
General $30
20% discount to children under 15yrs
20% discount for Seniors and Pensioner Card Holders
Group bookings of 10 or more avail a 10% overall discount

This event took place on May 17 2009

This event occurred on Sunday 17th May 2009


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