June 19 at 7 p.m. in Tallinn, St Catherineâ€™s Church, Vene st 12
(entrance from St. Catherineâ€™s Passage)
Manipuri Cultural Arts Troupe - India
The Manipuri cultural arts troupe Ranganiketan, whose name literally means "House of Colorful Arts," is a diverse group of about 16 dancers, musicians, singers, martial artists, choreographers and craft artisans. All highly accomplished members of Manipur's artistic community, some of them are gurus (teachers) in their own respective fields of art.
Located on India's eastern border with Myanmar (Burma), Manipur is a small, oval-shaped Indian state ringed by nine ranges of Himalayan mountains. It is a treasure chest of art and beauty: Art in Manipur is considered a regular part of daily life from childhood to old age, and it is said that in Manipur everyone is born an artist
Tickets 8.-/6.- â‚¬ are available in Piletilevi, www.piletilevi.ee in the internet and one hour before the concert at the concert venue.
Mamata Shankar Dance Company
FA Concerto and Indian Cultural Assciation of Estonia present:
On March 20 at 7 Pm in Salme Cultural Center
Dance Choreographies based on the poems of Rabindranath Tagore
Vasantsav & Amritasya Putra
Mamata Shankar Dance Company is following the style craeted by Uday Shankar. The internationally reknown group has started its activities in 1977.
Tickets can be purchased from Piletilevi' ticket offices all over Estonia, Statiol, from the website www.piletilevi.ee as well as at concert hall entrance starting an hour before the scheduled beginning time