"Laya Lavanya" Performance by Dr. Anoor Ananthakrishna Sharma, On 26th February 2014, at 7.00 PM to 8.30PM; Venue: Community Hall, Institute of Wood Science and Technology, 18th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bangalore - 560003, India.
Dr. Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma is considered as an eminent percussionist (Mridangam) in the whole of India. Hailing from a family of musicians, he started performing at a very early age and has a carved a niche for himself.
"Nruthya Sambhrama" by Eminent traditional artist from Sangeetha Bharathi Institute of Arts under the direction of Ms. Padma Hemanth on 27th February 2014, at 7.00 PM to 8.30PM; Venue: Community Hall, Institute of Wood Science and Technology, 18th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bangalore - 560003, India.
Sangeeth Bharathi institute of arts is one of the premier dance institutes located in the heart of Bangalore city in Karnataka, India. From the day of its inception by Vidwan S.R. Aradhya, Sangeeth Bharathi has been nurturing aspiring young talents in the field of Bharatnatyam. Here, besides learning this divine art form, students also get inputs on human skills, an integral part of an artist’s personality to escalate oneself towards self – actualization.
Ms. Padma Hemanth is the director of Sangeeth Bharathi institute of arts. Under her able guidance, choreography and artistic direction, the students of the institute and artists of Darpan, the performing troop of Sangeeth Bharathi has traveled widely all over India giving invigorating performances and receiving accolades from art lovers.
For Padma hemanth, "DANCE" has always been a very blissful medium of creative expression of her inner self. Hailing from a family of artists, art runs in her veins. Padma Hemanth is most sought for her innovative dance ballets that convey powerful messages. Besides being a dance instructor, Padma Hemanth is also a lyricist, small screen director and a soft skill trainer.