TACH




WORKSHOP VENUE:

Marigold Movement Center

2285 W Dickerson Rd, Reno, NV 89503

@ 10.00 am on July 19th


More details please call @

775-224-8665

775-336-9733


WORKSHOP ON JULY 19TH @ 10.00 AM

Niharika Mohanty:

Niharika Mohanty was raised in Canada, but took to Odissi dance at the tender age of five. Niharika possesses an MA in Dance and is the recipient of several grants and awards for her training and choreography. She has performed internationally as a soloist and extensively in North America. She has performed internationally as a soloist and extensively in North America. Her recent performances, which have received notable reviews, include the National Festival of Odissi Dance and Music in Bhubaneswar (Orissa), the Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas for the Indian Classical Music and Dance Festival, the Traditions Engaged Festival in San Francisco organized by the Chitresh Das Dance Company, the San Francisco Ethnic Dance festival, and the Narthaki dance festival. She often collaborates with distinguished dancers of various styles to create pieces which present Odissi in juxtaposition to other dance styles.


Dallas Smith & Susan Mazer:

Dallas Smith and Susan Mazer have merged their individual expertise to create a new sound and musical experience for contemporary instrumental music — blending the electro acoustic concert grand harp and woodwinds. Both in composition and expression, their music offers a depth and richness that crosses boundaries of genres and expression. Melodies are rich; rhythms are distinct; and the dialogue between them is enticing, challenging, and sophisticated.


Chakrapani Singh:

Chakrapani is truly a rare instrumentalist with an unique repertoire ranging from traditional, classical compositions on the slide guitar to his innovative, renditions on the Kachappi Veena. This maverick musician leaves every music lover spell bound with his flashes of unparalleled brilliance. Chakrapani's everlasting love for music is undoubtedly going to be a joyful journey. His unique style of playing amazed the audiences.

Los Angeles: Pt. Ravi Shankar introduced Indian Instrument Sitar in USA and Chakrapani Singh introduced Kachhapi Veena amoung us..... Chakrapani is an amazing artist. His music is fabulous. He brings India in US through his music. -  India Post, USA.


Samrat Kakkeri:

Samrat Kakkeri  comes  from a long line of musicians and has devoted his life to the art of Tabla. He inherited his talent from his father Pundit Mohan Rao Kakkeri  who is also his first teacher.  He is considered a child protégée who has received acclaim as an accomplished tabla player (drummer) from early age.  He has performed both as a solo artist and accompanying artist all over India.



SUNDAY, JULY 19TH, 2015

7.00 pm @


LAXALT AUDITORIUM

401 West 2nd St., Reno 89509


Featuring:

Niharika Mohanty - Oddissi Dance

Chakrapani Singh - Kachappi Veena

Samrat Kakkeri - Tabla

SATURDAY, JULY 18TH, 2015

7.00 pm @


CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING

4685 Lakeside Dr., Reno 89509


Featuring:

Dallas Smith -  Flute / Saxophone

Susan Mazer - Harp

Chakrapani Singh - Kachappi Veena

Samrat Kakkeri - Tabla

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