Aug 21st 2010 Kuchipudi Dance by KVSN

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GHHF invites all the members and the community residents to attend the "Amukta Malayada" Kuchipudi Dance on Aug 21st 2010 at Linwood Middle School, North Brunswick by Sri K. V. Satyanarayana and his team. Please click here for more details.

 

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Amukta Malyada 
KUCHIPUDI GRAND PROFESSIONAL BALLET 
by Sri. K. V. Satyanarayana and team 
Date: Aug 21st, 2010 (Saturday) 4pm to 6pm 

Venue: Linwood Middle School 
25 Linwood Place, North Brunswick, NJ 08902 (Middlesex County) 
Directions at http://nbtschools.org/nbts/Directions 

Contact: SaveTemples@gmail.com, Satya Nemana (732) 762-7104, Indira Dixit (732) 462-8745, Sunanda Thali(732) 252-6792, Vasant (732) 319-8155, Damu Gedala (856) 577-7112, Murthy (732) 277-7606, Rajyalakshmi Shaha (609) 936-0263, Velagapudi Prakasarao (601) 918-7111 

About the Sri. K.V.Satyanarayana and the Kuchipudi ballet
Natyakalavisarada K.V.Satyanarayana is a well-known Kuchipudi dancer, choreographer, lyricist, & composer from India. He started an institute, named Sri Satya Kuchipudi and Janapada Nritya Academy, to coach a stream of disciples in the discipline of dance, both classical & folk. He was a dance director for some acclaimed Indian movies such as "Sruthilayalu", "Swarnakamalam", "Sutradharulu", & "Swathikiranam", in 1988, he won the prestigious Nandi Award given by the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh for choreographing the movie "Sruthilayalu", in 1989& 1990, he won the Bharathmuni Award. Eluru based Kuchipudi artist, choreographer, and guru K.V. Satyanarayana has already presented this Kuchipudi Ballet Amuktha Malyada at Sri Venkateswara Swami Temple, Aurora, IL on Jul 24 2010. We are glad to annouce that this will be played in NJ also to benefit the NJ East Coast audience. A recent recipient of a Cultural Excellence award by the Telugu Association of London, and trained by Korada Narasimha Rao and Vempati Chinna Satyam, Satyanarayana previously presented the ballet with dancers from Natyanjali in Texas.

 

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