Bringing India's rich cultural heritage into spotlight

Bringing Indias rich cultural heritage into spotlight

Classics, an organization promoting Indian classical music and dance is hosting a two-day music and dance festival in New Delhi. The festival will be held on September 14-15, at the Muktadhara Auditorium, 6.00 p m onwards.

The first day of the festival will witness a solo Kathak recital by Tanushri Roy, Artistic Director of the Shrinkhala Dance Ensemble and a vocal recital by Pandit Naresh Kumar Malhotra. The second day will witness a group tabla performance followed by vocal recitals by Gopa Bhattacharya and Saswati Bagchi and a sitar recital by Debajyoti Mukherjee. The first day of the festival will also honour the presence of Pt. Rajendra Prasanna, Sangeet Natak Akademi awardee.

This is an endeavor to promote young, upcoming artists alongside senior exponents in order to nourish India's rich cultural heritage. Entry is free and open to all.

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