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Rhythms in the Landscape Dance Festival

Rhythms in Landscape is timely celebration of South Asian Dance Festival covering both Classical and Contemporary styles.

It will celebrate historic achievements and contemporary diversity of South Asian Dance in the UK and pose crucial questions to stimulate, steer and secure the future of British Asian dance as part of the UK’s ever growing dance landscape. The five day festival will cover a range of events – including performances, master classes, workshops from training to artist development and other contemporary factors that are shaping South Asian dance creation & distribution

Friday 28 June / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Sadir: Dancing for Rajahs, Nawabs, and the Officers of The Raj — Swarnamalya Ganesh

Presented by SAMA in Association with Akademi

Saturday 29 June / 7:30pm

Main

Kathak Dance — Alpana Sengupta Dance Company

Sunday 30 June / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Bharatanatyam Dance — Krishna Zivraj

Friday 19 July / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Kathakali Dance — Kala Chetna
Kuchipudi — Arunima Kumar

Sunday 21 July / 6pm

Main Hall

Mohini Attam — Uphaar Dance Company
Kathak — Parbati Chowdhury
Odissi — Elena Odissi

Tickets
£12/£10 concessions
Festival Pass: £50 for all 5 days / 8 Performances

Book Online
www.eventbrite.co.uk
Tickets on door subject availability and will be available one hour before the performance – Cash sales only.

More Info
info@indusmusic.co.uk

Presented by Indus Music and supported by SAMA Arts Network

Venue
Storey’s Field Centre,
Eddington Avenue, Cambridge CB3 1AA
www.storeysfieldcentre.org.uk


The Indus Festival

The Indus Festival, is a series of performances in celebration of the classical and contemporary arts of South Asia. We are presenting a number of artists in collaboration with organisations from the East region. This will be the basis for all future work of Indus Music. We propose to celebrate The Beatles’ trip to India which transformed the perception of Indian music in the West. Their historic meeting with Pandit Ravi Shankar remains to this day the key moment in the history of this music in the West.

The festival will include music – all genres, Khyal, Qawwali, Ghazals, Dance, Book Reading, Poetry.

Friday 1 March / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Nitin Amin – Flute
Jonathan Mayer – Sitar
Manjeet Singh Rasiya – Tabla

Sunday 3 March / 3pm

Studio

Children’s Educational Programme Percussion Tradition Of North & South India

Sunday 3 March / 6:30pm

Main Hall

Kaleem Sheikh: Introduction to the history of Ghazals and a Performance
Five Notes of the Raga: A book by Dr Bhaskar Das Gupta
Khyal Vocal: Deepa Hattangady Karnad

Friday 15 March / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Songs of the Mystics:
Traditional Sufi Qawwali
Najmuddin & Saifuddin Qawwal

Sunday 17 March / 3pm

Main Hall

Sanjukta Mitra: Classical Vocal
Anandadhara Arts Presents The Gems of Bengal

Sunday 17 March / 7:30pm

Main Hall

Indian Classical Dance
Bhartanatyam: Viji Moorthie
Kathak: Ragini Madan

Tickets
£15/£12 concessions

Book Online
www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk
Tickets on door subject availability

More Info
info@indusmusic.co.uk

Presented by Indus Music and supported by SAMA Arts Network

Venue
Storey’s Field Centre,
Eddington Avenue, Cambridge CB3 1AA
www.storeysfieldcentre.org.uk