Friday, January 27, 2006

Thiagaraja Aaradhana Day in Bay Area


South India Fine Arts (SIFA) is the premier organization in the San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to the promotion, preservation, and presentation of South Indian fine arts.

On a similar basis to the famous Thiagaraja Aaradhana in Thiruvaiyaru, SIFA- Bay Area is also hosting Thiagaraja Aaradhana Day - 2006 on Saturday Feb. 4, 2006 at the Center for Employment Training (CET in San Jose). Please look for more details at the SIFA website (www.southindiafinearts.org)
The whole function is a one day program starting with Pancharathna Keerthanaas rendering by singers and instrumentalists from 8-10.30 am, followed by rendering of Thiagaraja Keerthanaas by the South Indian community.

Who says that there is no T-day in the US? Indeed, living in the Bay Area caters to the needs of several communities of people, including lots of Carnatic music lovers.

Enjoy Bay Area Carnatic Music Lovers and Bloggers..................

Happy Friday and have a nice weekend!

7 comments:

Vanathi said...

Happy weekend...

Ash said...

wow!!! i guess it only when we stay out of our own country that our tradition and culture overwhelm us and we start taking active interest in them ....

happy weekend
Ash

Viji said...

Happy Weekend. Are u going to take part in it?? Good for you! Ensoi.... :))

Katpadi Murali said...

Happy to note that you are having the Thiyagaraja celebrations in the Bay Area. All the Best wishes and have a Nice time.

raz said...

:) are u singing mitr?? :)
have fun!

added to my list

mitr_bayarea said...

vanathi-
Hope you had a good weekend. Mine was restful.

Ash-
That is quite true.

Viji-
Nope, i will just be volunteering to help out organize the function.

katpadi murali-
Looking forward to it on coming Saturday, it will indeed be a different experience watching it for the first time.

raz-
Oh No, I am not singing, just helping out as a volunteer, my singing capabilities don't extend to performing on stage :)

SP said...

Great to know about the happenings in the Carnatic music field all, from all over the world! Did you participate in it too? How was it? Have fun. Cheers.