Western Zone Cultural Centre is organising a 2-day cultural song and dance programme “Malhar” at Shilpgram auditorium on Aug 25 and Aug 26. The programme is being organised to promote cultural art forms and to provide a platform for these artists to exhibit their talent.
Furqan Khan, Centre Director, WZCC, said that there is an interlinkage between our cultural art forms and various seasons. Our artisans have different compositions and dance forms that blend with different seasons. The current festival will celebrate the Monsoon renditions and will be a treat to the eyes and ears.
First day of the event will host Classical fusion and will see a blend of music and dance forms. Post that Kanak Sudhakar, Bharatnatyam guru from Delhi will depict a dance play “Krishna Ganga” with his troupe. The play will have Bharatnatyam dance as the base for rendition.
On the second day of the play, Meeta Pandit from Delhi will present classical songs and will be followed by Kathak presentation by renowned Kathak dancer Gauri Deewakar and her troupe.
Entry for the two day festival will be free.