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When the music takes you back

It was a confluence of times as two greats of contemporary Indian music performed in Perth. UMA NAIR writes.

Exploring human body’s chakras through dance

Trio of male dancers, led by Melbourne-based artist Dr Sam Goraya, offers veritable treat. PREETI JABBAL writes.

Kathak central: Guru and Shishya present a spectacular recital

Kathak exponent Prerana Deshpande presents a recital with disciple Helena Joshi.

Himalaya through their eyes

Art exhibition displays work by students of 3 Idiots fame school in Ladakh. HARSHAD PANDHARIPANDE reports.
Until The Lions.Indian Link

Until the lions have their say…

A story from the Mahabharata is retold in contemporary dance at this year’s OzAsia Festival
Durga Puja.Indian Link

On Durga Puja, a nostalgic throwback to an enduring melody

85-year-old Bengali musical tradition lives on in Australia

Lights, camera, dance!

End-of-year concert gives students a taste of the stage, writes SYDNEY SRINIVAS

Sydney Festival Director Wesley Enoch’s TOP TEN

A mix of dance, circus, music… and a bit of naughty!

Odissi production Mystery of Chakras has audiences in a spin

Dr.Sam Goraya's 'Mystery of Chakras' performance was an energising, electrifying and slightly meditative experience in itself. DEEPA GOPINATH writes.
Model Citizens.Indian Link

Top picks for Sydney Festival 2018

134 events, 51 venues, 24 days of music, theatre, dance, circus, visual arts, installations, talks, language classes, and free and family events