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Friday, January 28, 2005
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Thinking dance, talking sense
IN THE prevailing climate of dwindling dance scholarship in India, `Sethu' an endeavour by Kri, encouraging activities to build bridges of art understanding through scholarship, is all to the good. Modern Dancer and Choreographer of `Think ...
Same old path, some new steps
Accompanist seldom gets the accolades. In the series on accompanying artistes, ANJANA RAJAN speaks to Ahsan Ali Khan, a man often in the shadows of the illustrious.
Bharatanatyam with a French flavour
Raghunath Manet, whose Bharatanatyam recital in New Delhi was conducted by none other than the veteran Indira Rajan, is dramatic, innovative and talented, but he needn't take recourse to playing to the gallery, feels LEELA VENKATARAMAN.
In praise of the guru
SAMVED SANSTHA of Mumbai has maintained the tradition of organising the Pandit Durga Lal Samaroh for more than 15 years. All credit to Uma Dogra for religiously remembering the great guru with reverence. The samaroh was organised at Antrang ...
Peerless Peer, peerless play
"Patay Khan" was easily one of the best presentations in the just concluded National School of Drama's Bharat Rang Mahotsav-2005. And it revived the memories of the late Rafi Peer, says
Chasing an enigma
With the Taj Mahal completing 350 years of existence this year, painters from India and Pakistan are getting together at Agra this week to rebuild it, on canvas.
Some sand, some colour, some castles
RAISING A toast to the heritage of Rajasthan, artists from across the world participated in the Jaipur Heritage International Festival which concluded this past week. If it's pink it has to be Jaipur but young Shan Bhatnagar has taken the colour ...
Obsession with the gods
The just-concluded Bharat Rang Mahotsav featured some nice plays dealing with the common man, his beliefs and obsessions. Read on with DIWAN SINGH BAJELI to know more.
Chekhov once more
Diploma students of Drama Art recently started a profound performance series of world great playwrights in Varanasi. Starting with Anton Chekhov, they are trying to unfold the myth of Sisyphus with Albert Camus, writes GAUTAM CHATTERJEE
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