The Performance-cum-Symposium at Werkstatt der Kulturen on 22 June 2013 provides a critical examination of the views, from which the Bharatanatyam is seen in Germany / Europe. It is a meeting of the teacher Rajyashree Ramesh originating from India with her German student Eva Isolde Balzer.
Margam Performance with Eva Isolde Balzer at 5 p.m.
Art direction, design, organization: Rajyashree Ramesh
Assistant: Eva Isolde Balzer
Dramaturgy: Dr. Avanthi Meduri
Dance: Eva Isolde Balzer
Nattuvangam: Rajyashree Ramesh
Vocals: Manickam Yogeswaran
Violin: Paramalingam Senthil
Percussion/Ghatam, Morsing: Ampalavanar Srinivasan
Symposium: Art and Embodiment – Looking beyond Exoticism at 7 p.m.
Invited Speakers: Prof. Shivaprakash (Director, Tagore Centre of the Indian Embassy), Ashish Mohan Khokar (Indian dance critic and dance historian), Dr. Avanthi Meduri (Indian dance historian), Prof. Martin Puttke (former artistic director of the Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin and the "Aalto Ballett Theater Essen").
Supported by Werkstatt der Kulturen.