India Arts and Culture Council
501(c)(3) Non profit cultural education organization
PO Box 91294, Portland, OR 97291
Phone: 503-446-8123 | Email: rasika@rasika.org

Portland

Gurubyo Namaha – Classical Dance Ballet – Performed by Jayanthi Raman Dance Company & Orissa Dance Academy (India)

 

When: April 21, 2013 at 5:00 pm

Location: St. Mary's Academy

Event Type: Dance Performance

JAYANTHI RAMAN DANCE COMPANY & ORISSA DANCE ACADEMY (India) perform
Gurubyo Namaha: Salutation to The Guru

Multimedia stunning Indian classical dance in Bharatha Natyam and Odissi with 15 professional dancers, exotic costuming, stunning lighting for an unforgettable evening of music and dance.

Celebrating 20 years….
JAYANTHI RAMAN DANCE COMPANY

Celebrating 20th year anniversary in Portland, performer, artistic director, choreographer and master artist Jayanthi Raman presents Gurubyo Namaha, a full length classical Indian dance presentation offering salutation to the legendary Gurus of Indian dance.

Dancers from Orissa Dance Academy, from India, led by dancer Aruna Mohanty performing Odissi classical dance join Jayanthi Raman and Fulbright scholar Ramya Raman performing Bharatha Natyam classical dance, to create a magical evening. One night only, not to miss.

Featuring a brilliant cast of 15 performers:

Bharatha Natyam dancers: Jayanthi Raman & Ramya Raman
Odissi dancers: Aruna Mohanty & dancers of Orissa Dance Academy, India

Stunning lighting, elaborate costuming, music, mime and rhythms
A magical evening not to be missed.

About the Artist(s): Click here to visit the home page of the artist/group.

Tickets:

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Sponsored by: Supported in part by Individual artist grant for Dr. Raman from  
Co-Supported by City of Beaverton, rasika , Beaverton City Library, NATYA Dance Academy

 

Carnatic Vocal concert by

S.Aishwarya, grand daughter of Bharath Ratna M. S. Subbulakshmi

Accompanied on

Mridangam by Sri. B.S. Anand, Music teacher at RASIKA.

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