Sanskruti proudly presents Vivarta: Spectrum of Illusions at the Cambridge Big Weekend Festival 2017!
This year Cambridge Live has commissioned Sanskruti to organise some of the programming in the mela marquee as a part of the Asian Mela. We will also be performing on the Main Stage on the day! Come and join us in the world of Indian dance, music, arts and craft on Sunday, 9th July, 2017 at Parker’s Piece, Cambridge.
Time: 12 noon-5pm at Asian Mela marquee
5:15pm-5:30pm- Main Stage Performance
6pm-6:45pm at World Dance marquee
Arts and crafts stall- 3:15pm-5:00pm
We bring to you Vivarta: A spectrum of illusions from 1pm-5pm. This includes performances in different classical Indian dance and music forms, popular Bollywood and folk dance styles, audience-interactive workshops in dance and music, and an arts and craft stall for children to make Indian theme craft for themselves! And its all for free!!!
Vivarta promises to be a complete family fun event suitable for all ages and cultural backgrounds!
Complete listing of dance and music styles and performing artists:
Classical music styles:
Carnatic music- Sanskruti students at 12pm
Hindustani music- Sonali Datta, Comberton at 12:30pm
Classical dance styles:
Bharatanatyam- Sanskruti students at 12:45pm
Mohinattam- Shalini Shivashankar, Upahaar School of Dance, London at 1pm
Kuchipudi- Shilpa Pagonda, St. Neots at 1:30pm
Odissi- Sanskruti students at 1:45pm
Yakshagana- Vishwanath Acharya, Bangalore, India at 2pm
Kathak- Shilpa Pagonda, St. Neots at 2:15pm
Popular dance styles:
Folk dance style- Sanskruti students at 2:30pm
Bollywood dance style- Sanskruti students at 2:45pm
Audience interactive workshop facilitators:
Tamara Tirjak and Sumitra Sanathan, 3:15pm to 4:45pm
Arts and Craft Stall:
Tani Gill and Tom Trevor Roberts, 3:15pm-5pm at the arts and crafts marquee