Theatre Event

Double Bill: Sandhya & Sangachhadhwam

DanceXchange presents

Double Bill: Sandhya & Sangachhadhwam

International Dance Festival of Birmingham

19 May in the Main House @ 7:30pm

Anticipated running time: 1 hours, 40 minutes
Please note this is an estimated running time and may be subject to change
 

Sandhya showcases the intricacies and spirituality of Bharatanatyam dance with spellbinding duo Shijith Nambiar and Parvathy Menon.
Performing Sangachhadhwam, which means walking on the same path together, is Sujata Mohapatra with her daughter Preetisha. Photo Credit: Prasanna Venkatesh


Sandhya

Sjijith has an exceptional sense of music and rhythm while Parvathy brings an elegance to their choreography, with her outstanding expressive skills and ability to work within the traditional framework.


Sangachhadhwam

The oldest surviving Indian dance form, Odissi has its roots in temple ritual with the modern interpretation inspired by temple sculptures and nature. Sujata was a student and daughter in law of one of the most famous exponents of the artform, Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra. She now presents her daughter, an upcomining Odissi dancer of considerable command, as they carry forward the legacy, featuring compositions from Pt. Bhubaneswar Mishra and Pt. Raghunath Panigrahi and choreographies of Kelucharan Mohapatra and Ratikant Mohapatra.


Tickets: £16 (Concessions: £13)

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