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Vyjayanthi Kashi, the renowned Kuchipudi dancer, is a choreographer, therapist, and a teacher. She tells ARUNA CHANDARAJU that dance has worked wonders for her
The `Bird' lives forever
Charlie Parker was gone at 35. But he'd done enough for two lifetimes of even a talented jazz musician who might have lived to be 70 or more, writes JAZZEBEL
Nadaswaram, the magnificient instrument, is slowly disappearing from the concert stage
An involved concert
PANDIT PARAMESHWAR Hegde, a leading contemporary vocalist, teacher and organiser's naturally melodious voice travelled to every nook and corner of the auditorium. His musical statements were precise and clear with nothing vague or hedged in. It ...
A melody meet
FLUTE A.V. PRAKASH flanked by A.P. Srinivas (violin), G.S. Ramanujan (mridanga) and V.S. Ramesh (mrichhangi) at Ganabharathi's Veene Seshanna Bhavana, was a perfect meet of melody-makers. The initial blow in Kedaragoula leading to ...
Recasting a myth
AATIKEYU NANALLA, based on the theme of exploitation of women both in myths and modern times, was staged at Jaganmohan Palace, Mysore, by BSNL Working Women's Organisation. The play is an adaptation of Madhavi's story from Mahabharatha. ...
Birth pangs of the new woman
PRASANNA IS back on the Bangalore theatre scene, after a gap of several years, and this time he threatens to stay. His new production, Cupid's Broken Arrow, under the banner Angika, could mark the beginning of a new bilingual theatre ...
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