Kalapriya Studio Sessions Concert Series
The artists are Saraswathi Ranganathan on the veena, Ganapathi Ranganathan playing mridangam, Dr. Ravi Iyer on the ghatam, and Tara Swaminathan performing vocals. All are classically trained in their art and have performed internationally, receiving numerous accolades and recognition for their skill. Saraswathi Ranganathan founded the group Ensemble of Ragas, with a school and studio in Schaumburg, IL. Concerts will take place at the American Rhythm Center's Studio space on the 3rd floor of the Fine Arts Building at
410 South Michigan Avenue.
Kalapriya Center for Indian Performing Arts is a Not-For-Profit 501 C3, founded in 1994 by critically acclaimed dancer and teacher Pranita Jain. Kalapriya's mission is to celebrate the cultures of India as influenced by contemporary American culture and to do so without losing the unique essence that defines the Indian Diaspora. Kalapriya perpetuates the diverse cultures of India through dance and music that is at one time rooted in traditional Indian culture yet evolving to remain lively and relevant to a contemporary audience. It is a founding partner of the American Rhythm Center, which is a collaborative effort designed to provide a shared, affordable and sustainable space for rehearsals, educational programs and administrative offices for several leading Chicago arts organizations including Chicago Human Rhythm Project, River North Dance Chicago, Giordano Dance Chicago, Luna Negra Dance Theater, the Kalapriya Center for Indian Performing Arts, the Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre, the Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute, the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras and Ping Pong Productions.
Please visit www.kalapriya.org, or call us at 312-436-2789.
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410 S. Michigan Ave. 3rd Floor
Chicago , IL 60605
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