Nritarutya debuted in New Delhi with Prayog 3
New Delhi: Nritarutya, a dance group for the first time in Lima, made its debut in New Delhi Prayog 3, a multimedia production india exciting contemporary dance including recent experiences with a contrast group, balance and strength, Kamani Auditorium, New Delhi, April 16, 2011 at 19:00. Admission is free. For details: www.nritarutya.com
Prayog 3 is an exciting multimedia production, progressive and innovative in content, consisting of four parts unique choreography by Mayuri Upadhya (Kali / Ardha Nareshwar) Madhuri Upadhya (Chitta) and BG Sathya (Mars). Prayog as production, shows the movement and thought that are currently under study in the outer periphery of the dance scene in Bangalore. Using classical dance Kathak and Bharatanatyam, martial arts, dance, yoga and people Prayog 3 acquires a unique flavor in itself.
"We selected the works based on a variety of topics, only to Delhi, to mark our innovations in dance. Finding a balance in the choice of topics, our dancing in this issue visual works inspired by mythology theme was modern, "said Mayuri Upadhya, artistic director, Nritarutya.
Nritarutya is two words. Nritya dance sense and meaning taru tree. So, essentially, a dance Nritarutya "tree." dance is woven tapestry by Nritarutya group travel. The body "Our trips are inspired by our indigenous roots and cultural heritage -. myths, folklore, literature and painting, among other This diversity and richness combined with our eclectic background in various disciplines of the indigenous movement – ballet, martial arts, yoga and dance – is fed our art, which gives it its unique rasa, "said Mayuri Upadhya.
What makes the event even more special is that his dance is dynamic, constantly redefining of the spaces in the use of advanced technologies – multimedia, mixed media, video art. Mayuri said: "Our dance reflects India is now – in its inspiration, music and movement vocabulary. "
To Prayog 3, the curtain with the first piece choreographed Sathya BG entitled "Mars." The piece is energetic, very physical and nritta based mainly male artists. Using a vocabulary of Bharatanatyam infused with drama and work contact physical, the law seeks to promote the body to its limits in the context of creative dance. "Mars is an art that aims to expose the many layers and dimensions you are a man. In the composition, highlights the masculine energy, confidence, repressed emotions and children hiding inside a man. This piece uses a unique property in a metaphorical way toggle to highlight the different levels that exist in the representation of human society, the nuances of the experience lives to survive, "said Sathya BG
March named percussion skills Darbuka Siva (Yodhaka band, Chennai), which has received rave reviews favorable for a wide range of percussion instruments including drums, congas, timbales, cajon, darbuka Middle East, the bongos, the Egyptian doumbek, djembe table African Ghatam, the dholak dholand to name a few.
The next song is "Kali", choreographed by Mayuri Upadhya which is based a story from Hindu mythology. Originally commissioned and performed for the royal family of Mysore – the Wadiyar – Classical dance is inspired and the neo-traditional. Play with eight dancers, dance is an ode to the goddess fierce murderer move – The Bhadrakali, popularly known as the South. Magnificence in nine avatars is presented through dance Bharatanatyam classical inspired. His dance of death is considered a union with God, the nirvana of the soul, a beginning and not an end. "Death is seen as a celebration here, with a constant current image of a bird, a carrier and a winged messenger / vahana to another world. Busy with a haunting melody adds to the atmosphere dark law. The dance is designed to display the color of the night, and hair the color of blood flowing in your language – Kaali beautification, accounts as the crown, the heads of dead demons are dancing and drinking their blood, "says Mayuri Upadhya.
"Kaali" followed by "Chittar a piecechoreographed by Madhuri Upadhya, who is also a graduate of Fine Arts, in addition to being trained Kathak and Bharatanatyam dancer. "The act Chittar not follow any particular style of dance, is both soft and breathy. "Madhuri Upadhya said.
"Chittar" is a visual presentation stimulant that uses dance to create stunning images from the scene of a kaleidoscopic variety of Rangoli patterns, while the incorporation of techniques mixed in the form of graphs and projections. The book aims to draw on a typical morning in southern India, where you can listen Suprabhatam, Rangoli preparedness see the houses and provide a spiritual home for the day. The music in the room is Rzhude David, former guitarist for rock band Thermal and a quarter.
The grand finale of the evening will be "Ardha Nareshwar", choreographed with music Mayuri Upadhya nothing less than Raghu Dixit Raghu Dixit project. The work is theatrical, has a stake advanced stage and is inspired by everyday situations.
"In our mythology, Ardha Nareshwar is the manifestation of Shiva joins the strengths of women and male power, of matter and energy to show both the nature of both universe. Today, I believe that each of us is a contemporary Ardha Nareshwar who won the privilege and made a conscious choice to be here " Mayuri says.
The piece is very front in the design, which makes the exploration of vertical and not horizontal. In the images we see Nareshwar Ardha text divided vertically by a line. What if the horizontal line … then it would be a transsexual to be a living example of a Ardha Nareshwar? Why do we live in a world of paradoxes, seeking peace in a variety of worldly desires and prosecution. bike ride for women / men cry … merger with gender roles … we have some rights of a woman or a man is a complement to it? Can there be a balance in the world today? "Demand for Mayuri. Therefore, this dance is more than an observation of a trial comparing the contrasts of India times, the interdependence between internal and external relations.
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