Sangam Arts & Guru Shradha Present FEMINA March 9, 2019 Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco Experience seven artistic traditions from around the globe in celebration of International Women’s Day. Be inspired by the dynamism of the feminine and the dazzling diversity of our community with performances from the cradle of civilization to the new world.
Mosaic Silicon Valley and Saratoga Foothill Club present Woodwind & Reed. Flutes from around the world. Feb 15, 2019 | 7pm - 9pm Saratoga Foothill Club 20399 Park Pl, Saratoga, CA 95070 An evening of world flute music with Ray Furtada and Prasad Bhandarkar. Learn about the expansive range and musical traditions of the Western
Saratoga Author, Shikha Malaviya, author of Geography of Tongues, along with 3 other poets, will be doing readings from their books on 9/22 at 2pm at the Saratoga Library. September 22, 2018 Saratoga Public Library
Read the KQED features here! https://www.kqed.org/arts/13837387/bridging-disparate-artistic-traditions-to-find-what-unites-people-in-the-bay-area A double-header fundraiser featuring a thematic Bharatanatyam performance based on Goddess Shakti and a contemporary dance production Shekinah (the female God face in the Jewish tradition) Shakti - Performed by Urmila Vudali (Student of Navia Natarajan) accompanied by a live music orchestra from India Shekinah - A contemporary dance
Accomplished Bharatanatyam dancer, Navia Natarajan, has a luminous presence on stage. Whether she is performing a complex sequence of adavus or a free-flowing dramatic piece steeped in abhinaya, the lithe and petite Navia embodies impeccable flexibility, rhythm and technique. Navia’s classical performances, which follow the Vazhavoor style, hypnotise with their depth of emotion and uncanny