As promised, the National Centre for the Performing Arts is back with another NCPA@thePark!

As promised, the National Centre for the Performing Arts is back with another NCPA@thePark!

Kicking off the year with an exciting and engaging line-up of events such as western classical and international music, along with spoken word and dance. NCPA@thePark is a 2-day event.

An NCPA community outreach initiative in association with the BMC. The first day of event will feature musicians of the Symphony Orchestra of India performing in an evening of light classical music with works of beloved composers including Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and more, as well as some popular tunes. Following by poetry and music by UnErase Poetry where Helly Shah and Priya Malik, accompanied by musician Abhin Joshi, will present poetry about love, hope and life. To end the weekend on a musically engaging note, Samantha Noella will be performing live in a concert and Vaishali Sagar’s Kalanjay Dance Academy will present ‘Indian Route’, a program featuring the vibrant folk forms of India.

Day 1

Symphony Orchestra of India

Western Classical Music

Musicians of the Symphony Orchestra of India perform in an evening of light classical music at the Bandra Fort Amphitheatre. Unwind after a long week with the music of beloved composers including Mozart, Tchaikovsky, and more, as well as some popular tunes.

UnErase Poetry

Theatre

UnErase Poetry brings to you an evening of poetry and music to make you feel warm on this winter evening. Poets Helly Shah and Priya Malik will be accompanied by musician Abhin Joshi and their poems about love, hope and life will hold your hand.

Day 2

Samantha Noella and the Jazz Bones – A Tribute to the American Song Book

International Music

Samantha Noella and the Jazz Bones takes you on a journey exploring the American songbook along with some of her original music, with the coolest jazz cats – Rahul Wadhwani on keys, Adrian Dsouza on drums, Yohaan Pissurlenkar on bass, Jarryd Rodrigues on saxophone and adding to this fabulous line up is Austrian trumpeter and flugelhorn player Manfred Weinberger.  Come join Samantha Noella and the Jazz Bones for an evening of vocal jazz.

Indian Route by Vaishali Sagar’s Kalanjay Dance Academy

Dance

A beautiful evening woven together with the vibrant folk dances right from Tera Taali from Rajasthan, Khodiya from Haryana, Lavani from Maharashtra, Kalbeliya from Rajasthan to Ghantu from Sikkim

Venue: Cooperage Bandstand Garden, Fort

Date Time: 7 January 2023 | 6:00 pm & 7:30 pm

                    8 January 2023 | 6:00 pm & 7:30 pm

Don’t forget to get a taste of the NCPA’s famous cold coffee while enjoying this exciting blend of events.

One response to “As promised, the National Centre for the Performing Arts is back with another NCPA@thePark!”

  1. The folk dances of Haryana showcase the state’s rich folklore and tradition and reflect the cultural background of the people. These folk dances create a sense of unity and togetherness among the people, be it festivals, fairs, or ceremonies like marriage, birth or even harvest season, the people come together to dance and rejoice. Listed below are some of the major folk dances of Haryana.
    https://www.indianetzone.com/1/folk_dances_haryana.htm

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