Sutra Foundation
of East and West; of the traditional and modern
Sooraj Subramaniam with Weijun and Sutra Dancers
21 & 22 August 2014 (Thursday & Friday), 8.30 pm
Entrance by donation of RM 30.00.
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Sooraj Subramaniam, a Malaysian-born Sutra trained dancer, renews his creative link with us. 
He showcases his mastery over the two dance worlds in a compelling program – INTERFACE – that explores the meeting grounds of these seemingly diametrically opposed traditions but in a reality, form a Sooraj Subramaniam – Australian-educated and presently Belgium-based began his dance training at the Sutra Dance Theatre, Malaysia and was trained in Indian classical dance styles of bharatanatyam and odissi, and later classical ballet and contemporary dance techniques. Do not miss this special performance of Malaysia’s most compelling male Indian classical and modern.
Call: 03-4021 1092 or 
Program -21st & 22nd Aug 2014 (Starting 8.30pm)
– Mangalam Charanam (Ganga Taraga)

– Priya Charusile
– Asta Sambhu
– Interval
– L’apres-midi d’un Faune
– New work choreographed by Ramli Ibrahim