The season, Chennai celebrates art and culture, It also paves the way for new opportunities. Meeting new people, playing host/hostess, enjoying the company of artistes and travellers to the city, and the bonus - add-ons to one’s income.
A performace of “Rukmani Kalyanam” that goes back to a 600 year old dance/theatre form held rasikas spellbound. at Brahma Gana Sabha on December 26. The cliché that art is permanent kept coming to mind..
Hosting music festivals in the neighbourhoods away from the 'Mylapore' centre can be a challenge. Locating a good auditorium, coaxing popular artistes to perform in December and then attracting rasikas to the fest - all these challenge the small bunch of people who run sabhas in these parts.
Vocalist T V Ramprasadh explored conducting interactive workshops, music and dance performances in the open two years ago. Encouraged by the reception of the idea by the students and performers in the arts community, he is continuing the two day festival for the third year now.
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