Prof. Chandrasekhar’s workshops in the US.

Dear Readers,

There has been a lot of requests for info on Prof. C.V. Chandrasekhar’s performances/workshops in the US.

Performance: 

Professor CV Chandrasekhar will be performing on August 3rd 3:30 PM at the Hindu Temple Auditorium, 143-09 Holly Ave. Flushing, NY 11355.

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.sulekha.com/newyork

For more information, please contact Sonali Skandan info@sonaliskandan.com | 646-251-7463 (Source: Sonali Skandan)

Workshops

Dallas Workshop between the 17th and 21st of Aug.

NYC Workshop : from Sept. 8-12 . Sonali Skandan writes “He is also conducting workshop from Sept. 8-12 in NYC, although the workshop is already full!”

He is slated to perform on the East Coast too during his trip to the US. Please check them out.

 

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3 responses to “Prof. Chandrasekhar’s workshops in the US.

  1. He is also conducting workshop from Sept. 8-12 in NYC, although the workshop is already full.

    Dear Sonali,
    Thankyou very much! I have also moved this information to the main post to ensure that it gets accross to the readers..
    Regards,
    Sangeetha

  2. Sampradaya: Celebrating Tradition
    A Classical Indian Dance Concert by Sonali Skandan
    featuring the choreography, music & nattuvangam by Professor CV Chandrasekhar

    at
    Hunter College | Lang Recital Hall | Room 424N
    69th St. between Park & Lexington Ave. New York, NY

    September 14, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.
    Tickets are $15 General Admission/ $12 for students & seniors. They can be reserved by calling 646-251-7463.

    Jiva Performing Arts presents a solo Bharatanatyam recital by Sonali Skandan, featuring the choreography, live vocals and nattuvangam of the renowned Indian Classical Dance Master, Professor CV Chandrasekhar on September 14, 2008 at Hunter College in New York City.

    Sonali will present elegant and powerful works of Bharatanatyam, which has its roots in the temples and courts of South India. Highly structured in nature, Bharatanatyam involves rhythmic footwork, elaborate mime and poses reminiscent of temple carvings. The works that she will present are signature pieces of Professor CVC’s acclaimed choreography and will display the full repertoire of Bharatanatyam, from Pushpanjali to Thillana.

    Hi Sonali!
    Moved the info into a new post. Thanks for sharing …
    Best Wishes,
    Sangeetha

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