Deva Nruthya ... the Celestial Art of the Ancient
Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Renowned Bharatanatyam exponent Lavanya Ananth presents a compilation of her original choreographic works which will feature a variety of poetry and technique in different Indian languages. This repertoire conjures up enchanting images of the various Indian divinities and their celestial union through the language of Nruthya or dance.
Please see our website for more details: tinyurl.com/DevaNruthya2013
When & Where
Stanford Noopur, Spicmacay Stanford, and Sangam Arts Foundation
Noopur is Stanford's Indian classical dance performing group. Its repertoire is comprised of classical and classical-fusion items that often combine elements of multiple classical dance styles. In addition to performing at local venues, the team competes nationally and organizes performances and workshops by famous classical dancers. Learn more by exploring the group's website!
Spicmacay Stanford seeks to conserve and promote an awareness of the rich and diverse cultural tapestry of South Asia through a focus on the classical arts with their attendant legends, rituals, mythology and philosophy. Using the medium of classical music, folk forms, crafts, yoga, meditation, films, theater and talks; and through direct interaction with the doyens of art, Spicmacay tries to initiate and nurture a thought process in the youth of today. Visit spicmacay.stanford.edu for more information!
Sangam Arts Foundation is an organization whose mission is to help create and nurture strong intercultural connections between the Indian diaspora and the many divergent cultures in the US through the innovative use of visual and performing arts. Sangam Arts facilitates innovative collaborations between dancers, musicians, writers and choreographers from diverse dance traditions ranging from Kathak, Bharatanatyam to Flamenco, Jazz and Folklorico; and sponsors workshops and lecture-demonstrations to help expand artistic horizons. Read about it at sangamarts.org.