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Performing Arts...2011 Recap Part 1


Nirtyanjali 2011 - Over 15 Hours Of Dance At NEHTI
The annual Nrityanjali function at the New England Hindu temple attracted over 250 participants. Nivedha (student of Sapna Krishnan), Ramya (student of Jothi Raghavan) and Devika (student of Mouli Pal) won the top three prizes in the dance competition.

MITHAS Spring 2011 Concert Series Off To A Great Start
Spring 2011 concert series for MITHAS was off to a great start on March 6th at the Wong Auditorium, MIT. Four well-spirited young artists adorned the stage for the first twenty minutes or so, followed by well-accomplished musicians from the New England area.

NEHTI Celebrates Hindustani Day
Over sixty children who love to sing Hindustani Music participated in Hindustani Music Day organized by YCEP division of Ashland, Mass based New England Hindu temple on Sunday, February 27, 2011. The day started with snow storm warnings but that did not keep participants from performing at the Lakshmi temple.

Captivating And Enchanting – LearnQuest Music Conference 2011
In its sixth year, the LearnQuest Annual Music Conference’s tradition of presenting outstanding musicians from both the Hindustani (North Indian) and Carnatic (South Indian) musical systems, was well served and has expanded impressively. In a five-day run, the music festival presented twenty concerts featuring over sixty musicians and music educators of Indian classical music from India and the USA.

Krishan Vs Kanhaiya - Paresh Rawal's Superhit Comedy
After a huge success last year, New England audience got another opportunity to watch the comedy master perform again.

Hindi Manch Brings An Evening Of Laughter
Hasya Ras or laughter took center stage at the Hindi Manch event when poets and dramatists filled the evening with their special presentations and had the over 300 member audience roaring in laughter.

T.M. Krishna At MITHAS - An Innings Of Pure Master Class
MITHAS presented a vocal concert by Carnatic Maestro T.M. Krishna on May 22 at the Stata Center at MIT. Present in the audience was the great Hindustani vocalist Pandit Jasraj whose effusive praise of the concert was a clear testament to the brilliance of this recital.

Triple Play Concerts At Chinmaya Mission
Chinmaya Mission Boston presented a tri-series of Carnatic Classical music concerts on May 14 and 15th in Andover, MA. The series presented Rajesh Vaidya (Carnatic Veena), Nithyashree Mahadevan (Carnatic vocal) and Sudha Raghunathan (Carnatic vocal) in the Mission’s auditorium. The concerts were outstanding.

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