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Diwali music and dance celebration coming Oct. 18, 2014


nv-150-1-386x500-7074513-7628170TACH (Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony) a nonprofit organization presents “Nevada 150th Birthday & Festival of Diwali with Music and Dance” on Oct’18th , 2014 at Laxalt Auditorium (UNR), 401 West 2nd St, Reno @ 7.00pm. This concert will present a collaboration of Indo-American artist, an Indian Dance, Indian Classical Kachappi Veena, and Sarod. There will be a jam session of music among Veena, Sarod and Tabla in this event

Top artists presenting the events on Oct 18th are:

Anindita Nanda (Connecticut), Odissi Dancer Anindita, a danseuse par excellence is a rare combination of dancer, classical vocalist, choreographer, teacher & scholar. She is an accomplished artist and is a known name with in the Odissi genre. Her dance has the excellent blend of sensuous movement , graceful stances and strong defined footwork with absolute control of the rhythm and space. The elaborate choreography’s, fluidity of her movements and intrinsic foot works are trademark of her performances and her creations. She received “Nritya Shree”,”Nritya Visharad” and “Nritya Praveen” from Kala Vikash Kendra, and the National Music Association, Katak.

Chakrapani Singh (Reno), Chakrapani is one of the generations brightest stars with a career that promises to be illustrious and innovative. Each steps of Chakrapani’s everlasting love and fiery passion for music is undoubtedly going to be a captivating and joyful journey for the music lovers of the world. This Maverick Musician leaves every music lover spell bound with his flashes of unparalleled brilliance and his uncanny ability to strike an instant rapport with the audiences transcending of all age barriers. Be it at his highly acclaimed Indian Classical Music Recitals or his rave reviewed World Music Concerts.

Ravi Pandita (Sacramento, CA), He is an Indian style of Violin player. Started learning and recording music in a very early age. He is currently working in Information Technology in Sacramento.

Danny Birch (Reno, NV), Learn Sarod in Nepal & India. He composed directed and performed music for number of dramas in Nepal with the Studio 7 Troupe. He also performed at Nepal Radio and TV.

Peter Fairley & Jim Meiklejohn (Reno, NV), Peter is a student of Zakir Hussain and Jim is learning from Sapan Choudhury. Both are going to accompany Chakrapani Singh on tabla.

TACH (Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony) is going to establish a Music & Meditation Center. It also work for Global Artist Management, Cultural Exchange Program, Music Education, Fusion Music Collaboration & Development, Seminar, Organize Music Competitions and open to promote for all aspects of Music & it’s related Cultural Promotions. It promotes all aspect of music of Indian – Western. Also celebrates annual function.

TACH provide a cultural exchange program and promote cross cultural fusion music collaborations which contribute to developing harmony and understanding between eastern and western culture. It also recognize the artists of USA and beyond with “Award of Excellence”, who are having the extra ordinary ability in the field of music.

TACH is having a 501c3 and expecting donor to fulfill it’s dream by establishing a music and meditation center on the basis of TRADITIONAL cult – “GURU-SHISYA” parampara (Teacher and Disciple tradition). This center will give the facility of lodging-boarding and learning to the students.

To find more about TACH, visit: www.tach.info.


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