Saturday, January 19, 2019; 2:30-7:30pm
Taurya Studio, 4000 Bear Cat Way Ste 100, Morrisville, NC 27560
|2:30pm - 5pm|
Vocal & Instrumental concerts,
|Ahana Chellamani, Akhil Pramod, Vageesh Nanduri, Nalini Ravikumar, Nikhil Satyanathan, Samarth Rao, Swathi Badri, Karthik Iyer, Karthick Narayanan, Sudarshan Mohan, Ram Vadlamani, Ganesh Vadlamani, Prashanth Iyer, Shreyas Ashok, Visrut Sudhakar|
|5pm - 7:30pm|
|Vocal & Instrumental concerts,
What in the World is varNam?,
mahAn vyakti paristuti,
|Sriya Venkat, Sahana Sreeram, Krithin Visvesh, Svetak Sundhar, Nikhil Satyanathan, Namrata Rajaraman, Siri Rao, Sudarshan Mohan, Ram Vadlamani, Ganesh Vadlamani, Prashanth Iyer, Karthick Narayanan, Shreyas Ashok, Visrut Sudhakar|
Ragam-Thanam-Pallavi in the Research Triangle Park
- RTP-in-RTP festival presents Pallavi concerts, a Pallavi lecdem by Vidwan Madurai Sri R. Sundar from Detroit, MI, and opportunity to showcase talents at various levels.
Free Admission. Tax deductible donations are welcome.
Schedule (Postcard Album)
March 17, 2018 (9:30 am - 7:45 pm)
Halle Cultural Arts Center
237 N Salem St, Apex, NC 27502
Nada Vipanchi featured thematic group performances in the day-long Vaggeyakara Vaibhavam festival. Admission was free. The festival was live webcast. Lunch and tea were provided by Annadata donors. Annadata sukhibhava!
The success of this year's Vaggeyakara Vaibhavam is fully due to the active involvement of teachers, performers, volunteers, patrons, and Annadata donors. Thank you, one and all.
The audience appreciated the steadfast commitment of dozens of children and adults. Participants and their gurus spent hours in planning and practicing for concerts. That was so evident from their mellifluous music. Several youth, children, and parents came forward to set-up, emcee, facilitate logistics, manage audio, ... and literally everything needed to organize the festival. Everyone's collective effort helped all of us to enjoy some great music and learn a thing or two about the context of the compositions. Such a natural participation and unconditional support will enrich our culture and arts in the RTP area for years to come.
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