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The Shruti Foundation ( A Non-Profit Organization ) here in Tampa, we have joined together to promote Indian Culture in the Tampa Bay community through India's rich performing Arts in Music and Dance. The Shruti Foundation has been a steadily and progressively growing platform that has continued to bring the best Artists from India - here, to our community to share and enrich the lives of all. We are excited to start a New and Grand Tradition in Tampa Bay...the first annual Tampa Bay Indian Music & Dance Festival. Our first Festival will be appropriately held at the India Cultural Center on May 21. This will be an all day extravaganza, that will attract Indian & non-Indian audiences alike. With almost a dozen World Class Musicians and some locally- based musicians & dancers- this Festival will proudly showcase India's rich Music and Dance Culture and will be highlighted with Indian Food Vendors, Yoga, Kirtan and much more.

 Festival will start at Time : 11 am to 8:30 PM ( Full Day)

 Yoga and Live Music by Val Spies and Cheryl Chaffee and Friends Online Discount Tickets Available http://www.shrutischoolofmusic.com Master Musicians From India - 1.Sangeet Natak Academy Winner Pandit Nayan Ghosh ( Sitar/ Tabla). 2.Sangeeta Lahiri ( Vocal). 3.Child Prodigy Master Ishan Ghosh ( Tabla). 4. Rohan Prabhudesai ( Harmonium). 5. Tara Priyadarshini ( Bharatanatyam Dance). 6. K. V. Mahabala (Sitar) 7. Radharaman Kirtane (Vocal) 8 Madhuri Gudla ( Kuchipudi Dance) 9. Lavanya Dinesh (Vocal) 10. Shankhachur Lahiri ( Tabla) 11. Thiru Pant (Tabla). www.shrutischoolofmusic.com

Sunday, 20 March 2016 00:39

Color Festival - Holi Celebration

The Shruti Foundation presents an Indian Classical Music Concert featuring multi-award winning vocalist from India Sangeeta Lahiri (semi-classical and Folk), Jay Gandhi on Bansuri Flute, Shanchachur Lahiri on Tabla and Sayali Goswami performing Kathak Dance.

 

The event takes place in the evening of Easter Sunday and is also celebrating the Indian holiday of ‘Holi’ – designated to pay tribute to Diversity and Creativity. This rare Tampa Bay area concert highlights the brother-sister duo of Sangeeta and Shankh Lahiri as well as the added Dance element by professional Kathak Dancer and Teacher Sayali Goswami from California, combined with the Internationally touring flautist Jay Gandhi based in New York.

 

Tickets can be purchased online at www.theshrutifoundation.org before the show for $20 or by calling 813 549 9252.  $25 at the Door.