The Divine Flute Vamshinew

Information about The Divine Flute Vamshinew

Published on November 22, 2007

Author: Yuan

Source: authorstream.com

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The Divine Flute – Vamshi A journey to a spiritual world of ancient mystic music. :  The Divine Flute – Vamshi A journey to a spiritual world of ancient mystic music. By Indira Kadambi A unique program of Bharatanatyam (South Indian Classical Dance) and English Poetry:  A unique program of Bharatanatyam (South Indian Classical Dance) and English Poetry The Flute is the primordial instrument of nature. In the Indian tradition the Vedas (three thousand years ago) refer to it as the Venu and Vamshi ,old Tamil texts (two thousand years ago) refer to it as Kuzhal…………….:  The Flute is the primordial instrument of nature. In the Indian tradition the Vedas (three thousand years ago) refer to it as the Venu and Vamshi ,old Tamil texts (two thousand years ago) refer to it as Kuzhal……………. Indira’s views on her production-:  Indira’s views on her production- “ I see this instrument as simultaneously embodying life,creativity,art,and the magic of nature. In its surge of music, the flute becomes the meeting point of the divine and the human. It is both the human soul and its message bearer, the object of envy and adoration. I wanted to explore the subject in its rarest dimensions.The flute teaches us many life’s lessons” Highlights of the production:  Highlights of the production Premiered in Chennai, India on 12th of April,2003. Well received by public and had rave reviews from the press. For the first time Bharatanatyam is combined with English poetry. At the same time the purity of the classical dance tradition is maintained. Music by renowned South Indian vocalist T.V.Ramprasadh. Original Poetry for the production written by leading writer and playwright Shreekumar Varma. Poetry reading by Deesh Mariwala, a well known theatre personality. A audio-visual treat with great music and superb lighting and sets. Plaudits from the Press:  Plaudits from the Press – The Hindu “Indira Kadambi’s Vamshi had freshness and good taste” “ put forth a powerful presentation..The event could rightly have been a tribute to the flute…….Indira’s performance was graceful and her boundless energy left many enthralled ” – The Indian Express “Indira brought in so much life to every piece that at several points, the singer, dancer and the audience – all became one and got elevated to a state of ecstatic and aesthetic bliss. A remarkable show worth cherishing - She let our imagimation sore up.” Samudra, a magazine on music and dance “ A unique presentation” - Kutcheribuzz About Indira :  About Indira Indira Kadambi has carved a niche for herself as one of the excellent exponents of Bharatanatyam today. A brilliant performer, a sensitive and intelligent choreographer and a committed teacher. Has been featured on National Indian television and private channels. Featured in radio interviews in Germany and Malaysia. Empanelled artist of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Govt of India. Traveled widely for concerts workshops and lec-dems to USA, UK, Germany, Holland, Austria, France and Malaysia. Recipient of prestigious awards for dance from organizations in India. “Hark! We hear the echo now! Hark ! that sound again! A stark primeval sound blissful from the holes of a tiny bamboo flute ! The fertile flute till now remains A reflection of our frames ; Let us, instead make ourselves a reflection of its grace; Hollowed out and pure, And shorn at once of all our deadly foes ; ---Love,Anger,Jealousy,Greed,Lust,Arrogance..... Thus hollowed out and pure, Let that same primeval sound Tremble like a temple bell Right through our weary shell-- As if through dark infinite space And reach us to that final place Of bright eternal Bliss !!! ” :  “Hark! We hear the echo now! Hark ! that sound again! A stark primeval sound blissful from the holes of a tiny bamboo flute ! The fertile flute till now remains A reflection of our frames ; Let us, instead make ourselves a reflection of its grace; Hollowed out and pure, And shorn at once of all our deadly foes ; ---Love,Anger,Jealousy,Greed,Lust,Arrogance..... Thus hollowed out and pure, Let that same primeval sound Tremble like a temple bell Right through our weary shell-- As if through dark infinite space And reach us to that final place Of bright eternal Bliss !!! ”

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