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Gajamukha: Indian Classical Dance Ballet
Presented By Indian Classical Music Association of Purdue
Fri, 09/24/2004 Dance Event, Music Event, Special Event
   7:30 pm
Gajamukha is a grand classical dance ballet featuring a dream team of dancers and musicians led by National Dance Project awardee Dr. Jayanthi Raman. Three different dance styles from India - Mohini Attam, Kuchipudi and Bharata Natyam - are featured in this narration of the story of the Hindu Deity Lord Ganesha. More details about the concert and the group are available at (make sure you check the section on photos/videos in the first link): http://www.gajamukha.com, http://www.purdue.edu/icmap Here is a handout giving more details about the concert : http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~melodic/FALL2004/GAJAMUKHA/DOCS/gajamukha_handout.doc This is a unique and rare opportunity for the local community to attend such a grand Indian classical dance concert and become exposed to some of the oldest and most colorful classical traditions of India. For more information contact melodic@expert.ics.purdue.edu.
Audience for  Children , Young Adults , Adults , Seniors , Families , General
www.purdue.edu/icmap
Location
LOEB Playhouse
Stewart Center, Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN, 47906
Directions
Payment Options
Cash, Personal Check
Children's Discount, Student Discount
Preferred Seating (First five rows), Non-student - $30.00
General Seating, Non-Student - $20.00
Preferred Seating , Student - $15.00
General Seating, Student - $10.00
Children under 5 - $0.00
Contact Information
Hari Ananthan
497-725-9
melodic@expert.ics.purdue.edu

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