‘Nritya Jahnavi’

A classical dance festival called Nritya Jahnavi will be held on March 10, 6 pm at Sri Munivenkataih Bayalu Ranga Mandira, Ideal Homes, Rajarajeshwarinagar. The inauguration of the festival is by Guru Vasanthalakshmi. The artistes who
will be participating are from the Academy of Bharatanatyam, Rajarajeshwarinagar; Vishrutha School of Performing Arts and Tandava, the vibrance.

‘Kathak Ki...’

Nadam Ensemble led by Nandini K Mehta and K Murali Mohan will be presenting Kathak Ki Khanak — an evening of vibrant and mesmerising kathak, under the ‘Horizon Series’ by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), on March 9, 6 pm at Khincha Auditorium, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.

Unique act

‘Bangalore Fictions’, a unique performance, will be presented by Alliance Française in association with Galleryske, The Embassy of France in India and the Institut Français. ‘Bangalore Fictions’ is an interactive choreographic navigation by ‘N+N Corsino’ that has been created in India and France. It is based on the principle of a graphic novel. Texts and images will come together in a narrative process and construct an imagination of body movements. The choreography and direction are by Nicole Corsino and Norbert Corsino. The dancers are Revanta Sarabhai and Pooja Purohit. Music is by Jacques Diennet. The musicians are Jayan Nair, Rajesh Parichipully, T Palanivelu, Manikanthan and Shajeesh Rajan. The translations are by Neelabh Ahsk, Usha Rau, Pravin Pandya and Jean Poncet. It will be held from March 18 to 21 at Gaalleryske, 2, Berlie Street, Langford Town.


A bharatanatyam dance recital will be presented by Raksha Karthik on March 8, 6.30 pm at Yavanika, State Youth Centre, Nrupathunga Road under the ‘Every
Friday Cultural Evening Programme’.


Rupesh K C is presenting a bharatanatyam recital Pranamamyaham on March 10, 6.15 pm at ADA Rangamandira, opposite Ravindra Kalakshetra,
J C Road.


‘Yudh: Three Perspectives, One Truth’, a solo bharatanatyam dance theatre performance, will be presented by Savitha Sastry on March 9, 7 pm at Chowdaiah Hall. The story and stage play are by A K Srikanth. The music is scored by Chennai-based composer Rajkumar Bharathi. Entry is free.