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Priyadarsini Govind
April 1, 2012, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, IL 60077

Priya Govind Event 04-01-2012

“Beats of Life: Rhythms of Heritage”

A series of seven live performances featuring renowned local and international artists that bring the music and dance of India to audiences in Chicago.

Presents
Priyadarsini Govind of India in Bharata Natyam accompanied by Live Orchestra

Priyadarsini Govind is one of the nest exponents of the classical India dance, Bharatanatyam. With her natural aptitude for abhinaya or the art of expression coupled with her creativity, passion and dedication to her art, Priyadarsini Govind has become the ag bearer for Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan’s padam repertoire.

Tickets: $20, $15 (seniors & students)
Donor Seating starts at $50

For ticket information, please contact:
http://www.northshorecenter.org
Box Office: 847-673-6300

IAHM and Natya proudly present: Beats of Life: Rhythms of Heritage
April 1, 2012, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
North Shore Center for the Performing Arts, 9501 Skokie Blvd., Skokie, IL 60077

A series of seven live performances featuring renowned local and international artists that bring the music and dance of India to audiences in Chicago.

Bharatanatyam is considered a manifestation of the metaphysical element “fire” in the human body. Priyadarsini Govind is one of the finest exponents of the classical India dance, Bharatanatyam. With her natural aptitude for abhinaya or the art of expression coupled with her creativity, passion and dedication to her art, Priyadarsini Govind has become the flag bearer for Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan’s padam repertoire.

“Priyadarsini’s nritta or pure dance is vigorous while her abhinaya is subtle and intense …. a dancer known for her adherence to tradition.”

The accompanists are:
K.S.Balakrishnan Nattuvangam
Gomathi Nayagam Ratnam Vocal
Deepu Karunakaran Nair Violin
Vedakrishnan Venkatesan Mridangam
Murugan Krishnan Lights

For ticket information, please contact: http://www.northshorecenter.org
Box Office: 847-673-6300

This initiative has been made possible by the generous support of The Chicago Community Trust.

AMAZING INDIA
February 26, 2012, 12:00 PM - 12:00 PM
Navy Pier\’s Crystal Gardens, 600 E. Grand Ave., Chicago, IL 60611

Free Admission!

Chicago is famous for its ethnic neighborhoods and Navy Pier is proud to honor these ethnic communities as part of the Neighborhoods of the World series from February 26 – April 15, 2012.

Amazing India kick starts the celebration of Neighborhoods of the World on Sunday, February 26, for a lively afternoon of music, dance, colorful costumes, authentic cuisine, and local vendors selling folk arts. Hope to see you there!

"Beats of Life: Rhythms of Heritage"
December 4, 2011, 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Indo-American Center, 6328 N. California Avenue, Chicago, IL

IAHM and Natya Dance Theatre proudly launch this  seven-performance series with a free kickoff event at the Indo-American Center featuring Kathak dance by the Anila Sinha Foundation and dance by the Bollywood Rhythms Dancers, followed by a free half hour master class.

 

Future events will include dances by Priyadarshini Govind, raga music by G.S. Rajan, Ravikiran on the chitravina, and the Natya Dance Theatre dancers.

 

For tickets, contact:
Indo-American Heritage Museum at: info@iahmuseum.org or call: 224-419-IAHM (4246)
Or
Natya Dance Theatre www.natya.com and 312-212-124

This initiative has been made possible by the generous support of the Chicago Community Trust

Chicago Climate Change Project Research Report
July 20, 2011, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Indo-American Center, 6328 N. California Avenue, Chicago, IL


 

The West Ridge community’s eco-friendly practices and awareness of individual responsibility were the highlights of the report on Chicago Climate Action Plan Research conducted by the Indo-American Heritage Museum (IAHM) in conjunction with Field Museum’s Division of Environment, Culture, and Conservation.  The neighborhood was selected through IAHM’s affiliation with the Chicago Cultural Alliance.


Presentations by  Ryan Hollon of the Environment, Culture, and Conservation Department at the Field Museum and IAHM volunteers, Rima Mukherjee, Nafisa and Mannan Bandukwala, Robert Langston and Lakshmi Menon informed the audience about the concerns, challenges and practices of residents of the IAHM/IAC neighborhood who were interviewed regarding environmental issues.
For more information about the report click here.

In the audience were participants in the Indo-American Center Seniors’ program, many of whom had been interviewed in connection with the project, and appreciated being informed about the results of the interviews.  Abdul Kalam essay contest winners Sathvika Ashokkumar, Vinod Punyani, and Shivankar Raghu and their families were also in attendance and presented summaries of their winning entries.

 

IAHM’s programs showcase Indian American talent in all arenas, including dance, music, film, theater, photography, science and literature.

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