This Sanskrit word is by definition, “tradition.”
In practice, it represents transference while infusing innovation.
Tradition sustains beauty and provides foundation and framework.
From tradition we imbibe, create, iterate and share.
Sampradaya lights the next lamp.
Kala Vandanam presents a
20th 21st anniversary ensemble Bharatanatyam concert with live music, celebrating signature choreographic works of the great masters who lit our lamps.
We are honored to make our Cowles Center debut with this concert.
We are also pleased to join other Twin Cities arts organizations with PAY AS YOU ARE ticket pricing. How does it work?
PAY AS YOU ARE…
- asks those who routinely pay fair market value for tickets to pay that amount.
- extends a choice to those who need to pay less if needed
- welcomes and encourages those able and wanting to pay more to support the arts and the artists to do so
Sri Adyar K. Lakshman (late)
Smt. Kalanidhi Narayanan (late)
Smt. Rukmini Devi Arundale (late)
Aarthi Vijayakumar | Akshaya Ganeshkumar | Apoorva Godavarti | Arjun Acharya | Hiranmayee Ganesh | Mahati Rayadurgam | Mala Minerva | Malini Sundaramoorthy | Maya Athena | Nitya Thakkar | Swetha Ganeshkumar | and Suchitra Sairam
Nattuvangam – Suchitra Sairam
Vocal – Jyothishmathi Sheejith
Mridangam – Sheejith Krishna
Violin – Subramaniam Pavalan
Flute – Rakesh Dath