Anoop Jalota To Perform In The Boston Area
ENJOY ! AN ENCHANTING EVENING OF SONG & DANCE !!!
Unforgettable Ghazals, Bhajans and Film Songs
World Record Holder - More than 100 Platinum & Gold Discs Winner
FAMOUS ODISSI DANCER - 'SRINGARMANI'
SUTAPA TALUKDAR AND HER GROUP
Collins Center for the Performing Arts, Andover High School, 80 Shawsheen Road, Andover, MA 01810.
Date: October 29, 2005 and Time: 4.00 p.m. to 11 p.m.
General Admission: $80, $55, $45 and $40. Below 18 yrs. $35. Get $5 discount, if you buy on or before Oct. 28.
Contact for Tickets and Info: Tapan & Anita Bhattacharjee:
978-689-9354; firstname.lastname@example.org.,and local groceries.
Sutapa performed dance at the age of
seven. In 1971, she obtained a first -class 'Nritya Bharati'
degree from 'Geetabitan', the eminent school of music and dance
Though adept in various dance styles such as
Manipuri, Mohiniattam, Kathakali and the Tagorean school of dance,
Odissi is her first choice. She is an expert in Odissi Dance
styles. She is an artist, teacher and a choreographer.
Kelucharan Mahapatra, Padmabhusan, brought out the artistic talent in
her. Sutapa has taken part in all the prestigious dance festivals
of India, Ellora, Konarak, Dover Lane Music Conferences, Khajuraho,
Elephanta as well as several others. Under the aegis of
Sanskritiki, London, she performed all over England and Scotland in
1984 and 1986. She went on tour to USA, Canada and several
European countries many times. In 1994, she performed in
Indonesia. She was awarded the title 'Sringarmani' by Sur Sringar
She has adjudged several dance competitions
organized by the West Bengal Sangeet Academy. She has conducted
workshops in various districts of West Bengal held by the Academy
& also at Houston(USA). She participates regularly in
programs held by the Zonal Cultural Center of Govt. of India. She
appears frequently on Doordarshan T.V. in their regional and national
network dance programs.
In 1987, she founded 'Gurukul'
Classical Dance School where besides Odissi, Kathak, Chhau and
Bharatnatyam are being taught by the experts of the relevent fields.
Some of her performances not noted above are:
Saptasur Music Festival, New Delhi, 1983, 'Rag Rang' Dance and Music
Festival, Delhi, 1984. Krisnanagar Music Conference, West Bengal,
1985. Amaravati Festival, Amaravati, Uttar Pradesh, 1985. Rewa
Festival, Madhya Pradesh, 1986. Yuba Utsav, Simla, 1986. Multi-
Arts Festival, Bhopal, U.P., 1986. Surabharati Nritya Mahotsav-iv,
Hyderabad, 1989. Barak Upattaka Festival, Assam, 1994.
Simla Festival, Simla, 1994. Pune Festival, Pune, 1995.
She toured USA in 1976, 1982, 1987, 1996 and 2000.
Share your Comments
In this Issue
|SBIR: National Security And The Future|
The What, How, and Who of the SBIR/STTR Program, which will provide $2 billion to small businesses through federal programs to help entrepreneurs take their ideas from concept to commercialization and beyond, will be addressed at the Fall 2005 National SBIR/STTR Program in Albany, New York, November 14-17, 2005. [more]
|SNEH - A Home To Indian Hearts|
SNEH, the Society of New England Hindians is hosting its third Diwali Celebration, “SNEH Diwali 2005”. The function is to be held at Dakshin Banquet Hall in Framingham on October 30. [more]
|For The Mathematically Inclined|
Congratulations to Sandeep Bansal, Swapnil Bhatia, Dercik D'Costa, Amar Gupta, Ashok Ingle, Neha Iyer, Hemanth Javali, Shashank Mallick, Amol Mehta, Kavitha and Madhavi Muralidharan, Sarthak Pani, Bipin Parekh, Pravin Patel, Ameek Ponda, Rajiv Ramaratnam, Moitri Sarker and Rajesh Vishwanathan, who were winners of the last set of puzzles. Here is one puzzle for kids and one for adults. [more]
|Lokvani Talks To Vinod And Shikha Kapoor|
Vinod and Shikha Kapoor,owners of Bombay Club are taking the dining concept to the next level, putting their money and expertise in expansion, innovation and last but not the least in philanthropy.
|Y.G Mehendra Keeps The Audience Laughing|
Y.G. Mahendra’s Kadhallika Neremundu had the audience laughing through the entire production. A creative plot, funny dialogues and fabulous acting by Y.G. Mahendra made this a play worth watching. [more]
You may also access this article through our web-site http://www.lokvani.com/