Published On: Fri, Feb 8th, 2019

‘NAVRAS’ ENDEAVOURS TO KEEP THE ARTS ALIVE WITH VIBRANT MUSIC, DANCE AND THEATRE PERFORMANCES

Jaipur,  February, 2019.

 The 4th edition of Jawahar Kala Kendra’s (JKK) Performing Arts Festival – ‘Navras’ will present vibrant dances, classical and fusion music, experimental plays, interactive artiste sessions and much more.  The festival will be held from 16 February to 24 February across various venues of JKK.

Director General of JKK, Ms. Pooja Sood said that JKK is proud to present the 4th edition of the highly acclaimed performing arts festival ‘Navras’. Like its previous editions, ‘Navras’ this time will bring a variety of exceptional performances in music, dance and theatre for audiences of Jaipur. The festival has been synonymous to breaking the bounds of traditional performing arts and exploring the new.

‘Navras’ will open with a Sufi Kathak dance recital by Manjari Chaturvedi. She will be presenting the experimental production—‘O Jugni Punjab Di’ which is a fusion of dance, music and story-telling production of Punjab through Kathak. Across the mega-festival, many theatrical performances will be showcased at JKK. Noteworthy among them are – ‘Chuhal’ by Manav Kaul and ‘Bandish 20 – 20000 Hz’ by Purva Naresh and Nerves by Surjit. Another special attraction of the festival will be the JKK production, ‘Eidgah ke Jinnat’ by Abhishek Majumdar which will premiere at Navras on 18 February. There will also be a repeat performance for the play on 19 February.

The audience will also have the opportunity to interact with their favorite artistes and understand the concept behind the various productions at the ‘Meet the Artist’ sessions. These sessions will be organised with artists, Manjari Chaturvedi, Purva Naresh, Smita Bellur, Surjit, Danish Hussain and Vikram Iyengar.

Mellifluous ‘Morning Raagas’ will be presented by the ‘Flute Sisters’, Debopriya & Suchismita on 17 February and Chhannu Lal Mishra on 24 February. Contemporary and local fusion in music will be presented through an exclusive collaboration by Ram Sampat & The Rajasthan All Stars on 24 February. The festival will also feature several storytelling performances like ‘Qissebaazi’ – a multilingual story-telling performance by Danish Hussain as well as a recitation of novelist, Amrita Pritam’s – ‘Humari Amrita’ by Rasika.

Leave a comment

XHTML: You can use these html tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

Recent Posts

Export-led growth very critical for good jobs in India: Arvind Panagariya

June 25, 2019, Comments Off on Export-led growth very critical for good jobs in India: Arvind Panagariya

Won’t ask for exemption from Worlds trials: Bajrang

June 25, 2019, Comments Off on Won’t ask for exemption from Worlds trials: Bajrang

Tata Motors conducted the fourth edition of ‘TechFest’ and ‘SkillFest’ programs

June 25, 2019, Comments Off on Tata Motors conducted the fourth edition of ‘TechFest’ and ‘SkillFest’ programs

Amazon Announces Prime Day 2019 – Gets bigger than ever with a Two-Day celebration!

June 25, 2019, Comments Off on Amazon Announces Prime Day 2019 – Gets bigger than ever with a Two-Day celebration!

Keeley Hawes to star in, produce real-life honour killing drama

June 25, 2019, Comments Off on Keeley Hawes to star in, produce real-life honour killing drama