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Nina Rajarani and Pali Chandra
Archive :: production:T0477308865, dance or ballet:S2105077238, venue:V310
She (Yagna and Khamoshi Ki Awaaz)She
celebrates a woman's capacity to accomplish the impossible and rejoices in her powers through two contrasting dance pieces presented by the critically acclaimed dancers Nina Rajarani and Pali Chandra. In Yagna, the modern woman finds herself frequently changing roles, from mother to protector, wife to career woman, homemaker to a nation builder. In Khamoshi Ki Awaaz, an abstract piece, the dancers are given the freedom to express their interpretation of silence, where each sound can be interpreted by an individual based on their own emotions. Originating from the temples of India, the Bharatanatyam and Kathak dance forms are widely different in style and presentation. These two diverse styles are brought together with live music for Yagna composed by Pushkala Gopal, and a recorded score for Khamoshi Ki Awaaz composed by the world-renowned Shankar Mahadevan and A Sivamani. Elliott Hall. British Premiere
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