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Kathak Dance Performance and Lecture/Demonstration by Pandit Chitresh Das, with Meet-the-Artist Reception
A co-production of Chhandika, the Peabody Essex Museum and MITHAS. Musical accompaniment by George Ruckert. Join us for an exceptional opportunity to watch, learn from and speak with Pandit Chitresh Das, renowned Kathak dance master. Pandit Das will begin with a short performance highlighting both his mastery of traditional Kathak and his innovative talent. He will continue with a lecture/demonstration through which the audience will be introduced to the rhythms and intricacies of Kathak dance and the instruments that accompany it. The event will be followed by a “Meet the Artist” reception which will include chai (spiced tea) and Indian sweets. Be prepared for what the Washington Post has called “a remarkable journey!”

Date: 05/14/2005
Location: Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA.
Time: 7:30 pm

Cost: $28 General Admission; $23 Members; $18 Students. Reservations available from www.pem.org or 978-745-9500.

Contact: For information, contact Chhandika@comcast.net or 617-429-2378.

Directions: Located sixteen miles north of Boston, the museum is easily accessible in the heart of historic Salem, Massachusetts. By car, take Route 128 North to exit 25A. Follow route 114 East into Salem. In Salem, follow signs for the museum and downtown parking. Note: I-95 and Route 128 North share the same loop around Boston. When the roads divide, stay on Route 128 North. By train, take the MBTA Commuter Rail (Newburyport/Rockport line) from Boston’s North Station or other points. The museum is a five-minute walk from the Salem station. Follow signs for downtown. By bus from Boston, board the No. 450 or No. 455 bus at Haymarket Square. Parking In Salem, follow the signs for downtown parking. The museum is a short walk from several municipal lots. The largest parking garage is at the corner of Hawthorne Boulevard and Derby Street, three blocks from the museum. A smaller garage is on New Liberty Street, and a municipal lot is on Church Street, behind East India Mall. Limited onstreet parking is available around Salem Common and at two-hour meters.


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