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A song and dance about Kerala

UTSAV 2018 by the Organization of Hindu Malayalees saw yet another celebration of a close-knit Malayalee community

Sam Evans: Australia’s first PhD in tabla

Melbourne-based musicologist drums up support for an ancient musical tradition
Bharatnatyam.Indian Link

A Bharatnatyam performance, classical Indian dance and its power to heal

Sanjana Chandawarkar’s Bharatanatyam journey began in Bombay as a five year old. When her family moved to Sydney, she continued her tutelage under guru Hamsa Venkat and soon became an integral part of the Samskriti...

Indian and western classical music: Differences and synergies

Violin maestro Dr. L. Subramaniam at SPIC MACAY lecture-demonstration in Sydney. MURALI SANKAR VENKATRAMAN writes.
Priya Murali.Indian Link

A refined debut

MOHAN AYYAR reviews an arangetram that displayed maturity beyond years and even incorporated an Aboriginal story

Kuchipudi showcase

A tribute in dance to a guru, mentor and friend

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.
Dance.Indian Link

Elegant simplicity

Double debut proves refreshing with its focus on essentials, writes DEEPA GOPINATH.

A joy to behold

The young debutante was able to convince the audience, at the end of her performance at Newcastle’s St. Phillip Christian College, that she was indeed blessed with wonderful talent

Rhythm and harmony

Sydney’s Sumukha Jagadeesh presents his mridangam arrangetram