VidyA at SADHANA conference, Julia Morgan Hall and more

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Please join us for a wonderful day of activities Thursday, April 1 courtesy of the SADHANA foundation. Please buy tickets to support this full day of events. I will be participating in a panel discussion in the afternoon and VidyA will be performing in the evening after Srinivas Reddy and New Directions.

Here is the program below and link here http://www.sadhanafoundation.org/conference.html:

First Annual SADHANA Conference 2010
Tradition as Innovation – South Asian Classical Music in the Next Decade
UC Berkeley and The Julia Morgan – Berkeley, CA, April 1, 2010

LECTURE & DISCUSSION  Townsend Center, Gabelle Room – 1pm-3:30pm

          Welcome – Alexander von Rospatt, Department of South & Southeast Asian Studies

          Opening Remarks – Srinivas Reddy, UC Berkeley/SADHANA Foundation

CHATUR PANDIT MEMORIAL LECTURE – Pandit Partha Chatterjee
          "South Asian Classical Music in the 20th Century – A Practitioner's Perspective"

Panel Discussion – moderated by Partha Chatterjee and Srinivas Reddy
          Gautam Tejas Ganeshan (Sangati Center)
          Prasant Radhakrishnan (Vidya)
          Sameer Gupta (Namaskar)

FILM SCREENING – The Julia Morgan, 5pm-7:30pm

          "That Which Colors the Mind"  Pt. Nikhil Banerjee documentary
          A Conversation with filmmaker Steven Baigel

PERFORMANCE – The Julia Morgan, 8pm-10:30pm

          Introduction – "Listening to South Asian Classical Music"

          Sitar and Tabla – Srinivas Reddy and Michael Lewis
          New Directions – Gautam Tejas Ganeshan and Anantha R. Krishnan
          VidyA – Prasant Radhakrishnan, Sameer Gupta and David Ewell

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