Mondays in the Park 2016: Anabil Chaudhuri and Friends, Kargi Kala Kendra, Karpaty Dance Ensemble

31 Jul

08-01-2016 to 08-01-2016 – Anabil Chaudhuri and Friends – Indian Classical Music

Anabil Chaudhuri is a violinist who plays North Indian Classical or “Hindustani” Music. He was born in Kolkata, India and is a disciple of the doyen of North-Indian Classical Violin, Prof. Sisirkana Dharchoudhury. Anabil has given many performances and demonstrations in India and the U.S.A., and has collaborated with musicians of various backgrounds. In this performance, he will be accompanied by Tabla player Debanjan Bhattacharjee, also from Kolkata. As a young artist Debanjan has performed in small concerts as a soloist and as an accompanist with vocal and instrumental music.

Kargi Kala Kendra – Indian Classical Dance

Sudha Kargi is a celebrated teacher and choreographer who studied Indian Classical Dance in Chennai, India from childhood. Recipient of several Fellowship Awards and grants in both Idaho and Utah, she currently lives and teaches dance in Sandy, Utah. The students performing today learn both theoretical and practical aspects of Bharatanatyam, an ancient dance style from southern India.

Karpaty Dance Ensemble – Polish and Ukrainian Dance

Karpaty Dance Ensemble is a Polish-Ukrainian dance group located in Salt Lake City. The group presents some of Poland and Ukraine’s most exciting dances, providing a true kaleidoscope of traditions and colorful costumes. The group is active with local Slavic communities and performs at festivals, private functions and various cultural events throughout the region, including Dickens Christmas and the Winter Market at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.

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