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DANCE ‘Sringara Bhakti’ Kuchipudi by Ms. Bhavana Reddy > 6:30pm on 15th December 2017

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Venue : Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA), 145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket
Kuchipudi Dancer Bhavana Reddy
Kuchipudi Dancer Bhavana Reddy
Time : 6:30 pm

Entry : Free (Please be seated 15 minutes before the commencement of the sabha)

Venue : Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA), 145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket, New Delhi -110017

Venue Info : | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Malviya Nagar (Yellow Line) Exit Gate - 3'

Event Description : 
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art presents ‘Sringara Bhakti’ A Kuchipudi dance recital by Ms. Bhavana Reddy

The sabha is organized as Closing event to commemorate the exhibition Amruta Kalasha: Thanjavur and Other South Indian paintings

(conceptualized by Roobina Karode, from the private collection of Ar. Kuldip Singh)

Bhavana Reddy, an acclaimed Delhi based Kuchipudi Dancer, younger daughter and disciple of legendary dancing couple Padmabhushans Drs. Raja Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy. She is praised for her uninhibited Abhinaya, terrific rhythm sense and arresting stage presence no matter the character she is given.

For her service to Kuchipudi dance, she has received commendable response worldwide and received accolades such as the YFLO Young Women Achievers Award, Femina North Powerlist Award, Lifetime Award for Contribution to Kuchipudi Dance by Telugu Cultural Association, Austin Texas, to name a few.

At age 5 she started touring with her parents, performing in USA, Canada, Europe, UAE and South East Asia. She has performed dance for International Prime Ministers, Prince of Wales, and countless dignitaries and for prestigious festivals such as Khajuraho, Konark, Kalidas Samaroh (Nagpur), Doverlane Music

Conference, Sadler’s Wells Festival (London), Bengal Classical Music Festival (Dhaka).

Leela Venkatraman, the prominent dance critic writes about her: “The best scene by far was by Bhavana Reddy who in the Hasyam sequence, with just recitation of rhythmic syllables, created a sense of mirth all the time interacting with the audience. Here is a natural funster, with a tremendous sense of timing who occupies stage space with complete confidence. The way she pranced around imitating a monkey brought the house down in laughter.”

The evening will be followed by light refreshments.

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