Margam - T0301512761Bharathanatyam was established in the 18th century, and tonight's programme consisting of a series of independent dances perfectly displays all the components of the dance form. The dancers progress from pure dance styles that limber the mind and body, setting the mood before the pure Bharatanatyam technique is displayed. Traditional storytelling through dance and the art of expression is followed by a selection of slower more expressive dances gradually building the tempo and rhythmic footwork to a climax leading the audience to an upbeat energetic finale.
|25 Jan 14||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
listing details L2101430512
Natyasangamam - T548636894Natyasangamam - meaning ‘union of all dances’ - is an evening of classical Indian dance and music. This early evening performance offers a cultural feast for the eyes and ears. Directors Meena Anand and Sapna Shankar have been teaching Bharatanatyam at Pegasus for two years and their students will be performing as part of the programme amongst a collection of dances showcasing the contrasts of four different Indian dance styles: Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Mohiniattam and Kathak. All proceeds from a special performance on Sat Sep 22 to The Oxford Transplant Campaign.
|22 Sep 07||Pegasus Theatre, Oxford :: V801|
listing details L1656442672