The Department Of Culture is organizing a 100-day program named Satha Roopa, at the Ghantasala Kala Vedika in the premises of Ravindra Bharathi, featuring many programs from different streams including harikatha, burrakatha, janapada (folk) dance and music, classical dance and music, magic, mimicry and mime.
As part of this, after the Harikatha Saptaham, Janapada Saptaham, Balala Kala Saptaham, Nritya Saptaham and Pauranika Saptaham in the last 5 weeks, it is the Sangeeta Saptaham from 4th to 10th June. The programs are as below:
4th June 6:30pm - Classical concert by Shashikala and Rajyalakshmi 7:30pm - Flute concert by Jayaprada Rama Murthy 8:30pm - Light music by Chandra Teja
5th June 6:30pm - Carnatic Vocal by Sowmya 7:30pm - Violin concert by Peri Thyagaraju 8:30pm - Hindustani Vocal by Jangaiah
6th June 6:30pm - Clarinet concert by Janaki Ramulu 7:30pm - Tala Vadya Concert by Radha Padmaja 8:30pm - Devotional vocal concert by Lavanya Latha
7th June 6:30pm - Tabla concert by Uday 7:30pm - Annamacharya songs by Srimani & Group 8:30pm - Light music by Surekha Murthy & Group
8th June 6:30pm - Mandolin concert by E Lalita Krishna 7:30pm - Devotional music by Kalyani 8:30pm - Light music by Rama Chary
9th June 6:30pm - Veena concert by Uma Maheswari 7:30pm - Devotional music by Akila 8:30pm - Light music by Sarada & Group
10th June 6:30pm - Mridangam concert by Sharma 7:30pm - Devotional music by Pavan Kumar 8:30pm - Light music by R Viswa Nathan & Group
There is no entry fee for the programs - the Department of Culture is organizing these programs to uplift the Indian traditional art forms. Please contact on 2323-3672/2324-2482 for further details.