‘Odissi on High’ comes to India – V.V. Ramani, The Hindu

Published Date:

May 10, 2019

 
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Rudrakshya Foundation students in ‘Odissi on High’ | Photo Credit: Magendran, Studio Maglance
V.V. Ramani
02 MAY 2019 16:01 IST
UPDATED: 02 MAY 2019 16:02 IST
Ramli Ibrahim and Guru Bichitrananda Swain come together in ‘Odissi on High’
In 2018, ‘Odissi on High’ was premiered at Kuala Lumpur and had an overwhelming response. The production is an outcome of renowned Odissi dancer and founder of Malayasia-based Sutra Dance company, Ramli Ibrahim’s collaboration with Guru Bichitrananda Swain, veteran Odissi performer, choreographer and founder of Rudrakshya Foundation. It was the coming together of two styles and two paramparas. Read more here :https://www.thehindu.com/entertainment/dance/odissi-on-high-comes-to-india/article27011588.ece/amp/

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