Swaranjali Delhi and Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh in association with Gunijankhana going to organize a music festival “Music without boundaries on August 1st,2020

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Subject:Music without boundaries on August 1st,2020 by Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh
Subject:Music without boundaries on August 1st,2020 by Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh

Swaranjali Delhi and Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh in association with Gunijankhana going to organise a music festival “Music without boundaries on August 1st,2020 from 9.30 pm onwards  

Artist going to be part of this Festival are:

Aditi Dash , Bharatanatyam Dance from Delhi India ,

Premal Madina Odissi Dance from Latvia Riga ,

Sophia Tuv on Vocal  from  Australia , 

Luis Paniagua from Spain ,

Marco Kögel , Percussion from Germany,

Subhasis Bose on  Hansaveena  from Kolkata ,India,

Mehdi Moshtagh from mexico,

Majid Javadi  from Iran,

Santosh Kumar on Flute from Sikkim,India,

Nantha Kumar  on Mridangam  from Spain, 

Luis Cobo Guitarist  from Germany ,

Igor Orifici on flute from ltaly ,

Irving Acao on  Sexsophone  from Paris etc will be part of this International Music Festival

Swaranjali Founded by eminent Sitarist Pt.Subrata De
Swaranjali 
is an organization for the promotion of Indian music and its budding artists the society act of the Delhi Government in December 2003 .The organization is a collective of students of Indian classical Music & Dance, aimed at providing them a platform to exchange knowledge about the various disciplines, styles and encourage collaboration. Swaranjali organizes concerts for students several times in a year to nurture talent by creating a performance space. 

Indian classical music has an unbroken musical tradition in the world. Indian music, also known as “Sangeet” consists of vocal music, instrumental music and dance. “Raag” and “Taal” define the present day Indian music streams of Hindustani Sangeet and Carnatic Sangeet. There are many musical instruments that are peculiar to India and many others without due recognition. Indian music is believed to be developed from the Vedas, through a complex interaction between people from diverse races and cultures. However, Indian youth are increasingly being driven away from Indian classical music due to the wave of western influence. In contrast, people outside India are becoming more receptive to classical music forms. To revive Indian classical music within the country, Swaranjali provides music appreciation and learning courses. Additionally, it encourages a contemporary approach to performance and delivery rather than the traditional style of presentation to better connect with the changing diaspora of audience. To uphold India’s unbroken musical traditions.

Swaranjali has organized many concerts of Indian classical Music and Dance in various cities in India. Every year  Swaranjali host – ” Gharana Festival” , “NRI Music and Dance Festival” and  “Murchhana Festival” ,  In association with OZONE Groups, Sahitya Kala Parishad, Sangeet Natak Academy, India Habitat Centre, Pracheen kala Kendra, ICCR, Zonal Cultural Centres, Ministry of Culture, Lok Kala Manch, Aarohi, Kala Sampada Bengaluru, MNC and many others.

Pracheen Kala Kendra

Pracheen Kala Kendra, Chandigarh is the premier educational organization which is doing yeoman service for the promotion, preservation and dissemination of Indian classical arts of music, dance and fine arts (painting) since its inception in 1956.


Pracheen Kala Kendra, having its Headquarters in Chandigarh, an enormous sister set-up in Mohali (Punjab), a zonal office for Eastern India at Kolkata, Liaison offices at Bhubaneswar (Odisha) and at Ludhiana (Punjab), a newly regional office opened in New Delhi is one of the oldest, premier and prestigious organizations of the country which is imparting quality education and training in the subjects of Indian Classical Music including Carnatic Music (Vocal & Instrumental), Classical Dances (e.g. Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Odissi Dance, etc.) and Fine Arts (Painting) for the last 58 years.

The Kendra is the only organisation of its kind which has facilities to cover the whole gamut of education and training in music, dance and fine arts (painting). The Kendra provides adequate facilities for research and training, supported by extensive library of books, audio and video cassettes on these subjects. The Kendra has a well-equipped hostel for foreign and Indian students pursuing their career in the field of performing and visual arts.

The Kendra is a recognized institution which has a duly framed constitution to govern its day to day affairs. It has a General Body and the Executive Board consisting of eminent educationists, social activists, former bureaucrats and artists.

The Kendra has acquired professional competence and expertise in holding various examinations in the subjects of Music, Dances and Fine Arts which are conducted through a network of more than 3,500 affiliated centres i.e. schools/institutions of Music and Dance situated not only in all over India but so also in various countries abroad including USA, UK, Canada, Mauritius, Singapore, Nepal, Kuwait, Malaysia, South Africa, Dubai, etc. The student strength of over three lakhs makes it the largest organization in the field of arts education.