Santnu Chakraborty, former disciple of dance icon, Sonal Mansingh, and known also as a multi-media artist working in television and the visual arts, will present HariHara dedicated to the two main Gods of the Hindu Pantheon, Vishnu and Siva.
Santnu has been working on male oriented Bharata Natyam items concentrating on movements more suited to the male body. He has been making waves in New Delhi, garnering good reviews. This is his first time performing in Malaysia.
Dates/Time: 9 – 10 February, 2003 (Sun-Mon) @ 8.30pm
Venue: Amphi-Sutra, (12 Persiaran Titiwangsa 3, Kuala Lumpur)
Tel: 03 – 4022 9669 (11am – 5pm weekdays only)
Admission: Minimum donation of RM30 each
Students: RM20 each (limited to fifty and student identification required)
Vishnu is also known as Hari in his manifestation as Krishna, the sustainer of the Universe. His Maya, or divine illusionary play, creates an ever-refreshing transformation of our activities.
Siva, on the other hand, is the enigmatic God, the Destroyer. However, he is also known as Nataraja, or Lord of the Dance.