Shilparamam, as part of Navaratri Festivities, is organising an evening of kuchipudi dance by students of Mayura Academy, on 28th September.
The students of the academy will be present various items as per the details given below:-
Vinayaka Koutam by Baby K Mahati Jyothirmayi, Baby T Nikhita, Baby T Akhila, K L Srivani Y Saritha and S V Padmavati
Pushpanjali by B Anjana, T N Sweta and R Vijetha
Natesha Koutam by S S R K Chaitanya and S Srisri Vathsava
Alarulu Kuriyaga by K C Srivani, Y Sarita and S V Padmavathy
Ananda Bhairavi Geetham by Baby T Akhila, Baby K Mahati Jyothirmayi and Baby T Nikitha
Keerthana by R Vijeta, T N Sweta and B Anjana
Dasavatara Sabdam by S S R K Chaitanya and S Srisri Vathsava
Himagiri Tanaya by S V Padmavathy, T N Sweta, R Vijeta and B Anjana
Mahishasura Mardhini by Y Saritha
Stothram by K C Srivani, Y Sarita, S V Padmavathy and S Srisri Vathsava
The orchestra for the recital is, nattuvangam by K Srinivas Rao, Vocal by P T Gayathri, Mridangam by B Janardhan and Violin by Pavan Singh.
Mayura Academy is an institution of dance and music, established in 1990 for the promotion of performing arts. The Academy was started by the brother-sister duo, K C Venkata Ramana and K C Srivani. Both of them specialized in the traditional Kuchipudi form of dance, having completed their Post-Graduation in Dance from Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts (Central University, Hyderabad).
K C Venkata Ramana has now migrated to Australia and started a branch in Sydney, with a view to spread this form of dance to other parts of the world. He is also performing at various places in Australia. K C Srivani is also a Veena artist and her husband Kapa Srinivasa Rao is also an accomplished artist in the Percussion Instruments of Mridangam, Ghatam, Morsing, and Kanjeera.
The students of the academy are trained in both the practical and theoretical aspects of the Kuchipudi dance form. They are taught in accordance with the syllabus of the Telugu University. The Academy has trained more than 100 students in Kuchipudi dance, and has maintained high standards. The students are also exposed to various aspecis of dance such as the stage-crafts, makeup, nattuvangam and choreography. Most of the students have appeared for certificate exams conducted by the Telugu University and passed off with flying colours.
Please contact the venue at 2310-0455 for further details.