AtticRep Oct 14, 2014- Presents NaMaargam Knot the Path A Multidimensional Classical Extravaganza & More
NaMaargam Knot the Path
A Multidimensional Classical Extravaganza
October 19th at 6:30
Carlos Alvarez Studio Theatre
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Presented by ANUJA SA, Supported by AtticRep
Performed by Na Maargam Dance Company
NaMaargam is a Contemporary Classic – a performance that draws viewers of all age groups and appeals to them irrespective of nationality, religion, profession or inclination. It is a Celebration of humanity’s journey towards a higher spiritual consciousness.
A lifelong exposure to performing and creative arts and constant practice of the traditional styles of dancing / music gives constant renewal of energy from within to approach the pressures of entrepreneurship in today’s environment.
In this unique dance presentation, creative synergy discovered the possibilities of interpreting various spiritual practices and energy sciences such as Reiki, Pranic healing synergized with classical dance, tai chi, modern dance and essential religion in a succinct and concise classical Indian dance performance.
The concept ensures that the Classical art form, Bharatanatyam, is moved into the perspective of highest operatic performances world wide.
NaMaargam is complemented by a highly innovative and original soundscape that is created on a 16 track digital technology.
Dance and music, rhythm and words – all come together in a choreography that celebrates, experiments, exults and looks for the deeper meaning of the pure consciousness.
(You can save on service fees by visiting the Tobin Box Office in person. Box Office located at 100 Auditorium Circle The Box Office is open M-F 10AM – 6PM)
Tobin Center for the Arts
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