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Neena Gulati's 'Faces Of Divine' To Benefit Chinmaya

Nirmala Garimella

As a tireless artist herself, Durga Krishnan  mission to bring  artists of talent together for a good cause in the performing arts has earned her respect among the community in the Boston area. Her two latest projects involve fundraisers for Chinmaya Mission on April 11th  and MITHAS on May 16th  both of which will be presented  at the beautifully constructed  auditorium that has attracted many private and public performances .

The first of the two will take place On Sunday April 11th, when Neena Gulati, dancer, teacher, and  something of an institution in the New England area will be presenting along with the Triveni Ensemble a dance recital called  â€˜ Faces of the Divine”.

Neena Gulati is the director of the Triveni School of Dance in Brookline, Massachusetts, which she founded over twenty years ago and has performed extensively for charities. She donates her time and talent to many philanthropic organizations in the area. The Chinmaya fundraiser came about when she visited the temple and was wowed away with the beauty of the place which prompted her to offer to raise money for the mission through a dance performance. Aptly the dance that will be presented is called ‘Faces of the Divine’.

Chinmaya Mission Boston

Is happy to present

Faces of the Divine

a dance performance by

Neena Gulati & the Triveni ensemble

Venue: Chinmaya Mission Auditorium, 1 Union Street, Andover, MA 01810

Date: Sunday, April 11th

Time: 4.00 pm



$20 for non Chinmaya members

$15 for Chinmaya members

$10 for seniors, full time students (with proper ID) and children ages 5-12 



At Chinmaya Mission, with additional parking at Brickstone Plaza

For details: http://www.chinmaya-boston.com/parking-directions

To learn more about the artist http://www.trivenidance.org



The second upcoming fundraiser will be for MITHAS,( MIT Heritage of South Asia) on May 16th which also offers a unique program,. According to Durga Krishnan, local area teachers in both Hindustani and Carnatic music will perform together with amazing segments of both styles of music. Senior students of some of these teachers  who have  already been practicing regularly will also have a half hour segment on that day with both fusion and classical music. For further information, watch for updates from MITHAS.


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