AIKYA-Indian classical Music (Carnatic) & Bharatanatyam dance and Aabheri Nritya Vidyala come together to present AIKYA ? A grand festival of Indian classical music, Tabla Ensemble & Bharatanatyam dance.

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Date published: 5th Sep 2017

Solihull based is proud to present "AIKYA" ? Our annual Music & Dance showcase event on 8th October 2017 (4-8 pm). This promises to be one of Birmingham?s biggest event in 2017 for portraying Indian culture & tradition with local upcoming talent in its pristine form. All performances will be delivered by our group of students who come from varying ages, linguistics & background. We all have come forward to perform with utmost fervour.

Tickets can be bought from This will be an agglomeration of Indian classical Carnatic Music which will be followed by a Tabla Ensemble & Bharatanatyam dance in a concert environment on a professional stage in a hall with renowned acoustics.

The event is being attended by over 200 guests. The Chief Guests will be the Queen?s representative for West midlands ? Deputy Lieutenant Gurpreet Bhatia. Guests of Honour are Head of Chancellor from the Indian Consulate Shri S.M. Chakraborty, District Judge Asokan from the Judicial appointments Commission and Sri Harmohinder Bhatia (Upasak Ji) from Sant Nirankari Mission.

All performances will be delivered by our group of students who come from varying ages, linguistics & background.

Key Musical talent that is being portrayed in this festival include a handpicked list of children and adult participants. This festival plans to showcase the talents of some of UK?s finest Indian classical Indian instrumentalists. Notably, Professional violinist Dhivya Kumaramurthy from the ensembles of Milapfest, Shriya Gopal(violin), Ram Nemani on Flute, Lalitha Nemani & Menaga Hari on Veena and Pranav Rao on Guitar. The event also portrays the talent of Dr Shantanu Sharma from All India Radio fame who will be performing on Sitar along with Shravan Gopal on Tabla. The duo have performed previously for Ragalabs which promotes Indian classical music.

Bharatanatyam performances will be performed with live vocals and music. Carnatic vocal renditions following age old traditions will be sung.

Mark your diaries ? 8th October! All are welcome!