2018 spring PERFORMANCE

Vilaya - "The Confluence of Many Streams"

 
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Nandanik Dance Troupe, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, presented the first ever Indian Dance Festival in Pittsburgh VILAYA - "The confluence of many streams" in April 2018 at the historic Andrew Carnegie Library and Music Hall, Carnegie, PA. Nandanik Dance Troupe has been selected to receive the Lift Grant from Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council. We intend to create widespread awareness about the art and culture of the local Indian community through dances, panel discussions, information, and exhibition on one platform by artists from USA, Canada, and India. 

The festival was open to an audience of more than 400 encompassing all professions, ages, organizations, and economic strata. The Lift grant partially covered the costs of this event. We urged you to contribute at any level to make this special musical- cultural festival a grand success. The following sponsorship opportunities are available for your consideration. In celebration of the 150th birth anniversary of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, Nandanik Dance Troupe  presented “Card Country”, one of his most entertaining dance dramas  based on the play “Tasher Desh” on April 21, 2012.