from Alarippu to Moksha 2015 | AtoM

Published Date:

November 27, 2015

EBLAST

Artistic Direction Datuk Ramli Ibrahim  &  Smt. Vinosree Shangkar

A five-day dance festival of Bharatanatyam & Odissi
A confluence (sangam) of six dance institutions

featuring 
Sutra  Dance Theatre KL .Temple of Fine Arts KL .
Narthana Fine Arts Penang . Nirtyajothi Dance Academy Ipoh .
Padma Nrithyalala Arts Seramban . Nritya Kalanjali Dance Academy Ipoh .

Guest Artistes
Guru Shanmugha Sundaram  . Guru Gajendra Kumar Panda .

Bipanchi Das . Sujatha Mishra . Hema Nandhini . Swati Sagarika Panda 

 

After the success of Alarippu to Moksha 2014 Festival, we are convinced that this ‘dance happening’ has the potential to be a unique Indian classical dance event of Malaysia. It is refreshing to take dance out of the hassle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur to the atmospheric and rustic ambience of the Subramaniar Swamy Temple complex in Kuala Selangor.
The AtoM 2015 Festival program have expanded from last year and is designed to feature at least 6 groups of Indian classical institutions with added participation of several Malaysian and international guest artistes.  The platform promises to have a mix of both established and young talents. The two classical forms mostly featured are bharatanatyam and odissi.Don’t t miss this wonderful opportunity to view the two great temple dance styles in an amazingly wonderful setting!

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