Kalamandalam Geethanandan performed this art form of Kerala giving the audience an experience the inspiration and mysticism embodied in the Indian Heritage. VIIS hosted this unique performance which was part of a cultural festival “VIRAASAT” through the Society for the Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture amongst Youth (SPICMACAY).

South Indian Classical Dances

An amalgamation of Kuchipudi,Mohiniattam and Bharathanatyamset the stage for this year’s theme of VIIS to Introduce the rich dance forms of India.   NatyaVidushiGeethaNagaraj, KalamandalamSuchitra Anil Kumar and SmtApoorva Sameer Rao brought this lively experience to all the International participants at our Institute. 

The Festival of Music, Art and Dance

The SulochanaPattabhiramanUtsavam saw a unique blend of Carnatic Classical Music, Art  and Dance forms of the tribes. VidwanManasaNayana, an eminent classical music vocalist and his team  presented an introduction to the Carnatic style of Indian classical music including explanation of its basic raga (melody) structure and its tala (rhythm) components. The budding musicians and winners of the classical music competition showcased their performanceson the same stage.


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