On the occasion of its 8th anniversary, Uttaraa Centre For Performing Arts is felicitating Dr. K Uma Rama Rao, a renowned dancer and founder director of Lasya Priya, and Lalitha & Haripriya, Carnatic vocalists famous as the Hyderabad Sisters, on 24th August, at the Ravindra Bharathi.
As part of these celebrations, Uttaraa Centre For Performing Arts is organising a music and dance program called Madhuram. This program will have a flute ensemble, a Bharatanatyam and a flute/Bharatanatyam jugalbandi.
Disciples of Guru Jayaprada Rama Murthy - Shankari, Maitreyi, R P Raju, Krishna Chaitanya, Shrikari, Sumanth, Akhilesh, Akshay, Ranganath, Sanjay, Sai Krishna and Sharath - will participate in the flute ensemble. All these students will play some Carnatic raagas on the flute.
For the Bharatanatyam and flute/Bharatanatyam jugalbandi, Guru Geetha Ganesan's disciples, namely Suvarchala, Geetha Krishna, Saritha, Rishika, Priyanka, Amrutha, Sneha, Anuradha, Nisha, Tejaswini, Sharanya, Shrikari, Sushmita, Amulya, Anusha, Aishwarya, Sai Vaishnavi, Madhuri, Dishari, Mahita, Meghna, Aarti and Likhita will be participating. The orchestra ensemble for the recital is by Guru Geetha Ganesan with the vocals and nattuvangam, Ramachandran and Subrahmanyam on the mridangam, Pavan Singh and Anil Kumar on the violin and Srikanth on the special effects.
Established in 1999 by renowned Bharatanatyam dancer Geetha Ganesan and flautist Jayaprada Rama Murthy, Uttaraa Centre For Performing Arts teaches Bharatanatyam and the flute, and has grown with every passing year. A premier music institution of the country, it has produced several dancers and musicians who brought laurels to the institute with CCRT scholarships, prizes in music and dance competitions, and awards from various organizations, besides staging arangetrams. Dr. Nookala Chinna Satyanarayana has once called it the Kalakshetra of Hyderabad.
Please contact Jayaprada Ramamurthy on 93910-47687 or Geetha Ganesan on 93910-47632 for further details.