Affectionately Pracheen Kala Kendra, art lovers will be blessed to receive deep music and awesome dance in the 48th version of the esteemed five-day All-India Bhaskar Rao Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan opening on February 20 at Tagore Theater.
Four famous music maestro and art leaders, including tabla player Pandit Anindo Chatterjee, artist pundit Vidushi Manjari Sinha, and advertiser N Khosla will be respected.
Kendra organization centre Shobha Koser says 16 stalwart entertainers and 13 artists of global repute will captivate the crowd.
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Viewed as the social connection of the province of Jammu and Kashmir and the rest of the nation, Pt Bhajan Sopori is hailed as the Saint of the Santoor and the King of Strings.
His child Abhay Rustom Sopori had impressed a speciality for himself as the most youthful Santoor maestro.
Bharatnatyam Trayi by Anuradha Venkataraman, Radhika Ramanujam and Rama Venugopalan
Anuradha Venkataraman has skilled under Padmabhushan Dr. Saroja Vaidyanathan.
Radhika Ramanujan is the senior most supporter of Karanataka Kalashree Guru Kiran Subramanyam and Guru Sandhya Kiran. Ramaa Venugoplan got her training under Guru Ranagshree at Kinkini.
Sarathi Chatterjee is one of the preeminent Hindustani Classical vocalists of his age with over 35 years of experience added to his list.
Pt. Rajendra Prasanna is a prominent flute player and composer of global repute.
Biswajit Roy Chowdhury has broadly made music for the dance show and ballet productions.
An expert artist, choreographer and instructor Malti Shyam are one of the India's premier examples of the Lucknow Gharana of Kathak.
Child of the unbelievable Kathak dancing star Sitara Devi youthful Ranjeet Barot's journey in Bollywood began in the 80's and he has been an included as drummer and arranger for industry giants, for example, R.D. Burman, Laxmikant – Pyarelal, Kalyanji – Anandji, proceeding through the periods of Anu Malik and Ismail Darbar and that's only the tip of the iceberg.
Violin maestro Deepak Pandit will be in a juglabandi with Barot on the drums.
The celebration finishes up with an Odissi move by Meera Das, an exemplification of balance, elegance, progress and appearance in Odissi dance.
Every one of the exhibitions starts at the Tagore theatre at 6.30 pm. The entry is free for music lovers.
20 March - 24 March 2020
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