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9th Youth Festival comes to Delhi

9th Youth Festival comes to Delhi

The Art, Culture & Language Department's of the Delhi government under the aegis of Manish Sisodia, Delhi's Deputy CM, will be organising 9th edition of the Youth Festival from December 1 – 6, 2019, at Central Park, Connaught Place, 6 pm onward.

The 6-day long extravaganza will be a celebration of all music, dance, theatre and arts.

"Youth is the future of our country and we have always kept our faith in the development of the youth and children to make our nation better. We also believe that culture is the best way to reach out to the people from any section of the society," said Manish Sisodia.

"We are determined to preserve the cultural heritage of the city. And, our government hopes to create an environment of harmony and love through such programs. Therefore, the festival will bring musical performances, dance, theatre and many other performances," he promises.

Youth Festival being a big platform to showcase creative and constructive involvement of youth in Delhi, the audience will get to witness an exciting lineup of artists performing dance, music, laser show and street plays on a single stage.

Besides, there will be Kala Mela, an art Exhibition where upcoming artist will be exhibiting their art pieces..

On the first day, people will get mesmerised by Sarod and Rabab ensemble by disciples of Mukesh Sharma.

This will be followed by a cultural performance by Tapaswani Navsadhana, followed by a Bharatanatyam by the disciples of Jayalakshmi Eshwar, a street play by Parikalpana Cultural Society and contemporary dance by disciples of Shivam Chauhan.

Further, the evening will get enlightened by Shyam Arts and group's folk dance. The evening will come to an end by a band performance by Ekagra.

The second day will begin with the Tabla performance by disciples of Akram Khan, and will be further followed by a cultural performance by Salam Baalak Trust.

Other activities on that day will be a Bharatanatyam presentation, a street play, and a contemporary dance performance.

A band performance by Project Raag will end the day.

The third day will have a line-up of yet another talented artists and organisations like disciples of Fateh Singh Gangani, Taleem, disciples of Dr Deepti Omcherry Bhalla artists from Common People group, disciples of Sachin Rai, and Subhash Nagada and group.

The fourth day will witness Sitar ensembles, cultural performances, Odissi ensembles, to name a few.

Starting with flute ensembles by disciples of Chetan Joshi, the fifth day will be followed by a cultural program, Kathak ensembles, a street play, and a folk dance performance.

Saving the best for the last, the sixth day will have a great line-up of performances beginning with violin ensembles, cultural performances, Odissi performances, and much more.

The 9th edition of the cultural, art, music and dance festival will feature a wide variety of talents from across genres.

One of the highlights of the event is that both, eminent artists and budding talents will come together to participate in this grand celebration of youth.

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