When art knew no bounds

When art knew no bounds

Kalpavriksha’ – Academy of Arts and Learning recently celebrated the third year of ‘Chhaaya 2017’ in all its grandeur at Orion East Mall.

The event turned out to be a huge success with more than 200 students participating in various events and showcasing their skills, talent and love for dance and music.

The event was co-sponsored by QNET, Kalpavriksha, in association with AIMA. The winners of the event were given prizes during a grand programme at Lotus Convention Centre on January 22. The founder of CMR Institutions and Rajya Sabha MP, K C Ramamurthy, and managing director, Kristal Group, Latha Namboodiri, were the main guests on the occasion.

The evening saw a neat blend of dance, music and drama with interesting themes in both the Indian and Western categories. That the students had practised hard was evident from their excellent renditions. This year, the event was bigger and the stage was even bigger for children and adults alike. ‘Chhaaya 2017’ was truly a platform for people of all age groups from across the city.

With a vision to foster promising artistes and a mission to boost upcoming art, Kalpavriksha — the Academy of Arts and Learning is a school where art blends with individual growth and nurtures talents.

It is an institution that fosters the spirit of novelty and creative liberty for aspirants across all ages. With arts, dance, music, instruments, fitness and a host of other activities, this place is a melting pot of different artforms.

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