Nupura School of Music and Dance Toronto Annual Show on 12th August, 2012
The annual show of Nupura School of Music and Dance Toronto -”Natyanjali” -live classical dance show- will be held on Sunday 12th August, 2012 at:Sringeri Vidya Bharathi Foundation (SVBF) 80-84 Brydon Ave; Etobicoke, Ontario. Sri R L V Anand (Natyachara);Arun Gopinath (Vocalist) and Kiran Gopinath (Mridangist) will perform on this occassion.
GayathriDevi Vijaykumar, the Director of Nupura School of Music and Dance informed that the annual day programs will start with music at 3pm followed by dance performances which will end by 10 pm.
Nupura School of Music and Dance : Nupura aims at introducing traditional South Indian culture to the student with a hope that the beauty, grace and wisdom embodied in it will become an integral part of his/her life, whatever his/her dreams and aspirations may be. South Indian classical music and dance, carrying with them generations of wisdom aging back to antiquity, becomes the chief medium of creating awareness in students. Nupura seeks to conserve and promote an awareness of this rich and heterogeneous cultural ttapestry amongst the students through focus on the classical arts, with their attendant legends, rituals, mythology and philosophy Â to facilitate an awareness of their deeper and subtler values.
Gayathri Devi Vijayakumar : the principal and arstic director of Nupura school of music and dance has been involved with South Indian classical music and dance for more than 20 years and have learned classical music in traditional Gurukula style under renowned musicians such as P.Madhusoodhana Menon (disciple of maestro G.N. Balasubramaniam), Kunjuraman Nair (disciple of the great Chembai Vaidyanath Bagavathtiar). In Classical dances she studied Barathnatyam, Mohiniyattom & Kuchipudi under Kalamandalam Sarojam and Kalamandalam Chandrika. In vocal, currently seeking guidance from Smt Raji Gopalakrishnan.
For more informations, visit their website:www.nupuramusicdance.ca or E-mail:email@example.com or call: 519-862-5629 / 416-500-4681
Report by: WNN