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Passion and precision

Odissi doyenne in her first ever Melbourne performance

‘Classical dance is pure joy’

Her reputation precedes her as highly renowned Odissi exponent Madahavi Mudgal arrives this month in Australia for her first ever performances in Adelaide and Melbourne. An artist of great calibre she received the Sanskriti Award and...

Sam Evans: Australia’s first PhD in tabla

Melbourne-based musicologist drums up support for an ancient musical tradition

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
Sanidhya dance.Indian Link

For mum plus more

In what turned out to be a very enjoyable evening, the young Sanidya Kumar danced with enthusiasm and confidence.

How classical guitarist Alan Posselt became a sitarist

Alan Posselt talks about discovering a 'strange instrument' that forever changed the trajectory of his musical career

A song and dance about Kerala

UTSAV 2018 by the Organization of Hindu Malayalees saw yet another celebration of a close-knit Malayalee community
Aniita Shreya.Indian Link

Sister act

Dancing duo delve into a deep passion for Bharatanatyam, writes HAMSA VENKAT.
Priya Murali.Indian Link

A refined debut

MOHAN AYYAR reviews an arangetram that displayed maturity beyond years and even incorporated an Aboriginal story
Dr Narthaki Natraj.Indian Link

God Woman: Dr Narthaki Nataraj

APARNA ANANTHUNI speaks to Bharatanatyam dancer and transgender activist Dr Narthaki Natraj on her struggles, feminism and more