Monday, 9 February 2009

Dancing in the City of Mumbai during KGAF

After walking all afternoon down the Rampart Row, and your hands too full of shopping bags, it is time to relax your feet. There are dance performances by well known dance artists every evening at Amphitheatre.

You could watch the following programs:

Feb 10th 2009

5:30pm to 6pm~ Fusion dance by Gaysil A
6:15pm – 6:55pm ~Saavron Rang Bheji by Parvati Dutta
7:30pm to 8:15pm~ Folk dances of India
8:30pm to 9:45pm~ Ek Sham Gandhi ke Naam: A dance ballet in Bharat Natyam by Lata Surendra

Feb 11th 2009

5:30pm-6:30pm ~Kathakadi Kathak: Tribute to late Guru Rohini Bhate
6:30pm to 7:30pm~Kathakali Kathak: Roshan Datya traces the history of Kathak through sculpture
8:15 to 8:45~ NEXUS: a western dance
9pm to 10pm~ Lasya presents ‘The Collage: Ek Yatharth

Feb 13th 2009

5:30pm – 5:50pm~ Dazzlers by Chase Entertainment
6pm – 7pm~ Panchamahabhoota: A Bharat Natyam-Odissi recital
7:30pm – 8:20pm~ Manipuri dance~ recital with Rasa and Pungcholom
8:30pm-9:15pm~ Mohini Attam/Bharat Natyam presentation
9:30-10pm~ Freak N stylz presents a bboying performance

Feb 13th 2009:

5:30pm-5:50pm~ Maikhamb and Jaladeepasan
6pm-7pm~ Duryodhan Vadham: Kathakali Recital by Kalamandalam C Gopalakrishnan and troupe from Kerela
7:30pm-8:30pm~ Footprints: a fusion recital by Anurekha Ghosh company UK
9pm onwards ~ Fashion show- Romancing with calligraphy

Feb 14th 2009

6pm – 6:45pm ~ Folk Dances from Around the world: Dance Kidz
7pm-8pm~ Atah Kim: Contemporary kathak, Director: Kumudhini Lakhia
8:15pm- 9pm~ Nityanjali celebrates Romance through folk dance
9:15-10pm ~ Shaimak Davar’s Institute of Performing Arts

There will be a special dance show at NGMA on 19th Feb~ 7pm to 8:15pm~Narmade Hara Hara: A Bharat Natyam presentation by Vaibhav Arekar

Also on Feb 13th ~4pm onwards there will be street play on Domestic Violence at Rampart Row.

Don’t forget to take your cameras…..a proof that you were there…..bathing in the moods of the festival…….!!!!!

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