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Performing Arts Festival At The City Palace

Performing Arts Festival



City Palace in Jaipur is the locale for the National Classical Performing Arts Festival this year. The festival of performing arts is set to lift-off on Tuesday. Performances of the spectacular and distinguished dancer Ms. Mallika Sarabhai and Ustad Vasifuddin Dagar will come about to enthral the audience coupled with its subtle charm and bright and radiant costumes and make-up. Eminent performers of classical music and dance will be found to showcase their art here.


The National Classical Performing Arts Festival is a cooperative and combined effort of Gunijan Khana (Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh Jaipur Museum Society), Jaipur Citizen Forum and Jagrati.


The three day festival will transpire from April 6, 2016 and will continue till April 7, 2016 in the Sarvato Bhadra, also known as the Diwaan-E-Khas in the City Palace.


The Arts and Culture Department of the Rajasthan Government is organising this festival which has a series of dance and music performance on all the days.


Ms Sunita Amin’s dhrupad gayan act will take place on April 5, 2016 followed by the martial dance by mayurbhanj chhau. A display of Odyssey dance by Jhanvi Behera will happen on April 6. Mallika Sarabhai and Revanta Sarabhai are set to give a bharatnatyam performance after the Odyssey dance act.


April 7, 2016 will witness the bharatnatyam performance of Mr. Rakesh K.P. followed by dhrupad gayan by Ustaad Vasifuddin Dagar.


On this auspicious celebration of arts and culture, an exhibition of “Women in Music” will also be arranged.
The programmes do not have an entry charge and is free for the general public to attend and experience. The series of programs will begin from 06:30pm onwards.


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