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  • Date: June 24,2015

    Time: 06:00 pm

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: The Summer Festival of Music and Dance


    Carnatic Vocal Recital 

    By B. Lakshmy Surya Teja from Vishakhapatnam,  disciple of  Isai Peroli Dr. Pantula Rama


    At 19:00

    Santoor Recital

    By  Shruti Adhikari from Bhopal, disciple of Pt. Shiv Kumar Sharma 

  • Date: May 26,2015

    Time: 06:30 pm

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Tami Tango Trio


    Concert presented by Eduardo Tami (flautist and leader of the group); Emiliano Ferrer (guitar); and Leandro Marquesano (piano)


    With tango dancers - Facundo Barrionuevo and Maria Claudia Marciano


    The artists will present a journey through the greatest exponents of Argentine tango. Beginning with the well-known Carlos Gardel to Francisco de Caro, Julian Plaza, Juan Caldarella, Horacio Salgán, Osvaldo Pugliese and the great Astor Piazzolla who revolutionized traditional tango into a new style known as “neuvo tango”. The artist will also present Argentine folk music


    (Collaboration: Embassy of Argentina)

  • Date: October 21,2013

    Time: 6:30 pm

    Venue: Fountain Lawns

    Title: Traditional Music of Kazakhstan


    Traditional Music of Kazakhstan
    Presented by Turán Folkloric Group – Maksat Medeubek; Yerzhigit Aliyev; Serik Nurmoldaev; Abzal Arykbaev (throat singing); and Baurzhan Bekmuhanbetov

    (Collaboration: Embassy of Kazakhstan)

  • Date: June 7,2013

    Time: 06:30pm

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Texts and Textures - Navarasas in Mahabharata Through Songs and Stories


    An engaging and innovative performance that freely mingles songs and stories and is a re-telling of stories, episodes, moments, anecdotes from the epic along with rendering of classical music that captures the emotions of the Navarasas

    Presented by V.R. Devika, renowned Chennai-based storyteller and Sushma Somasekharan, Carnatic Vocalist

    Accompanied by Akshay Ananthapadmanaban on mridangam and kanjira

    (Collaboration: Aalaap)

  • Date: May 16,2013

    Time: 06:30 pm

    Venue: C. D. Deshmukh Auditorium

    Title: Two Women- Dramatised Readings from Jorasanko


    Author of the novel: Aruna Chakravarti
    Dramatised readings by Minoti Chatterjee and Averee Chaurey
    Music Jayati Ghosh

    Jorasanko – a novel based on the lives of the Tagore women during the period 1859 to 1902 – a unique phase in the history of Bengal. The Tagore mansion of Jorasanko was at the hub of the Bengal Renaissance with the family at the forefront of the movement and its women playing a pivotal role
    Collaboration: Impresario India