Naatya Samashti

OCT 17, 2020 6:30pm IST 

Here is our diverse and exciting line up for Naatya Samashti | Spaark 2020 - an evening of performances showcasing 5 choreographers representing traditional Indian art forms, with both solo and group performances in Bharatanatyam, Odissi and Kuchipudi. 
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Rukmini Vijayakumar, performing a Devi Stuti choreographed by her. Rukmini's work as a soloist as well as her productions have travelled across the globe to roaring applause and recognition. She is known for her layered approach to Bharatnatyam, and her traditional yet contemporary creations. 

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Prateeksha Kashi, an emerging Kuchipudi artist trained under her Guru Vyjayanthi Kashi, will represent the more traditional form of this style. She is an ICCR empanelled artist bestowed with numerous awards for her work. 

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Chitkala School of Dance, led by Praveen Kumar, who began his training under CV Chandrasekhar and is now performed and taught at many festivals in the world. This piece is dedicated to Goddess Kamakshi. 

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Madhulitha Mohapatra, an artist who has carved a niche for herself as one of leading Odissi exponents in South India. Her piece, Shoonya Swarupa, represents the curious seeker in all of us.

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Mudrika Ensemble, led by Minal Prabhu will present 'Shivoham' - an ode to Mahadeva, who protects and transforms the universe.

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