It’s called NatyaTarangini, the iconic Raja Radha Reddy Centre for Performing Arts’ brings under its umbrella, the Parampara Series every year. This September, the National Festival of Dance and Music 2016 will be held at the Kamani Auditorium, 30th Sep-2nd October 2016, 7 pm to 9.30 pm.
It is a tradition that the dance maestros have been practicing for the last twenty years. In an endeavour to redefine, revive and reinvent, India’s rich cultural heritage, Padma Bhushans Dr. Raja Radha Reddy organizes this series under the title of Parampara Series, in the capital city, New Delhi.
Right at the turn of festive season, the Reddy’s bring along this prestigious celebration of India’s various classical music and dance presentations every year. Right after the soothing monsoons and just before the withering autumn, the event has been happening consistently, for the last 19 years and today, it is synonymous with Delhi’s annual cultural scene.
The genius of the performances is the innovation and creativity that the artists reflect and present, while maintaining the foreground of the classical forms. The approach is unique and fresh but at the core is the traditional art forms.
This year, the festival will witness some of the most successful dance productions of recent times in addition to musical concerts by legendary artists. Every evening two concerts of Dance and Music shall be showcased. The schedule of performances is as follows:
|30th September 2016:||Raja Radha Reddy, Natya Tarangini||Kuchipudi Indian Classical Dance|
|D.Srinivas , D. Sesha Chary & D. Raghava Chary||Veena & Carnatic Vocal|
|1st October 2016||Shri Lokendrajit Singh from Imphal||Manipuri Recita|
|Ronu Mazumdar||Hindustani Flute|
|2nd October 2016||Samudra Group from Kerala||Contemporary Dance|
|Kaushiki Chakraborty||Hindustani Vocal|
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