Kumudini Lakhia was her effervescent self and her passion for her art was evident as she spoke of her journey in dance. She said, “At one point, I was so full of technique, chakkars and pirouettes that I realized I had lost my dance.”Posted in Dance Events, Dance India, Events Based, Sub Brands | Tagged Anjana Anand, Apsaras Arts, Bharatnatyam, C V Chandrashekar, CVC, Dance India, Dance India Asia Pacific, Esplanad, Professor Chandrashekar, Selfies, Singapore | Leave a comment
This year, the shawls presented to the participants and awardees were an aesthetic delight. Ordered specially for the occasion from Kalakshetra Foundation, they received many an admiring eye!Posted in Dance Events, Dance India, Events Based, Sub Brands | Tagged Anjana Anand, Apsaras Arts, Aravinth, Bharatanatyam, Dance India, Dance India Asia Pacific, Kathak, Leela Samson, Liverpool, Milapfest, Music for the Mind and Soul, Singapore, Sruti Magazine, vocal, Young talent | Leave a comment
July and August have been exciting months here at Milapfest. To round up what’s been happening Director of Milapfest, Dr. Prashant Nayak, looks back at the week that saw Music India, Dance India and Indika come together in the biggest celebration of Indian music and dance we’ve ever had.Posted in News Based | Tagged 2013, Anjana Anand, Capstone Theatre, Dance India, festival, Gaurav Mazumdar, Indian Dance, Indian Music, Indika, Kathak, Lalgudi GJR Krishnan, Leela Samson, Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Milapfest, Music India, Orchestra, Pandit Ranajit Sengupta, Priyadarsini Govind, Samyo, Sanjukta Sinha, Tabla, Tarang, veena, Violin, vocal, Young talent | Leave a comment
First Half: Nisha Rajagopal Carnatic vocal Bangalore Prathap Ghatam R.N. Prakash mridangam Nisha Rajagopal is an emerging Carnatic vocalist. Originally from Canada, she moved to India to pursue her dream of becoming a musician, and she is now widely regarded …Posted in Dance Events, Events Based, Music Events | Tagged Anjana Anand, Bharatanatyam, Capstone Theatre, Carnatic Vocal, Concert, dance, festival, Indian Dance, Indian Music, Indika, Liverpool, Milapfest, music, Nisha Rajagopal, preformance, Priyadarsini Govind | Leave a comment
Following DANCE INDIA 2012, and Anjana Anand’s first spell as a Bharatanatyam tutor at the school, she wrote an article for Sruit Magazine about her experiences.
We’re delighted to announce the next edition of DANCE INDIA UK will once again take place at Liverpool Hope University’s beautiful Creative Campus.Posted in Dance India, Dance News, News Based | Tagged 2013, Anjana Anand, Dance India, Indian Dance, Indian Music, Kumudini Lakhia, Leela Samson, Liverpool, Liverpool Hope University, Milapfest, Prashant Shah, Priyadarsini Govind, Sajata Mohapatra, Sanjukta Sinha, school, teaching | Leave a comment