The Bharatanatyam artiste will speak about dance as an anchor throughout the pandemic in a Stay session this night
Rukmini Vijayakumar, is the creative director of Raadha Kalpa Dance Firm, and the director of Lshva, a inventive area for artists within the coronary heart of Bengaluru. She can be the founding father of The Raadha Kalpa methodology, an academic system for Bharatanatyam that’s based mostly on the thought of neutrality. Immediately, she will likely be in conversation with Akhila Krishnamurthy, founding father of Aalaap, on how dance has been her anchor throughout the pandemic.
A Graduate of the Boston Conservatory, her technique of creation is each conventional and up to date. She has offered her work as a soloist all around the world, together with venues such because the Jacobs Pillow pageant, Drive East NYC, and the Korzo Theater. Her productions, Nayani, Prabhavati, AbhimatA, Talattu and The Darkish Lord have toured India and the world extensively. And not too long ago she performed ‘the goddess of affection’ in Sukanya, produced by The Royal Opera Home, London.
This version of the #lockdownwithweekend collection that includes Rukmini Vijayakumar is on Saturday, Might 16, at 7.20 pm IST on @thehinduweekend.