Young Talent from Salaam Bombay Foundation participate in the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2014

In the eight-day long Kala Ghoda fest, Salaam Bombay Foundation will be a part of a variety of events like dance, theatre and music.

Feb 05, 2014 03:02 IST India Infoline News Service

In its incessant bid to provide a platform to children to express themselves and showcase their creativity and talent, Salaam Bombay Foundation has continued their association with the esteemed Kala Ghoda Arts Festival and participated for the third consecutive year.  The festival attracts thousands of visitors every day and the experience of performing in front of such a large audience boosts their confidence and strengthens their motivation to do better in their chosen field.

Day: Feb 2, 2014
Event: Voices
Venue: Horniman Circle Gardens
Time: 5pm-6pm
 
Day: Feb 6, 2014
Event: ‘Dance and Song’ by the Salaam Bombay Academies of Dance and Music
Venue: Cross Maidan
Time: 5:30pm- 6pm
 
In the eight-day long Kala Ghoda fest, Salaam Bombay Foundation will be a part of a variety of events like dance, theatre and music.
 
In a unique combination of students from both  private and municipal schools, SBF had initiated ‘VOICES’, an inter-school peer learning platform in August 2012. As promised, the winners of the 2013 edition (St. Mary’s High School SSC, G.D. Somani and Sandesh Vidyalay Park site) are being given a chance to showcase their talent at the Kalaghoda Art Festival on Feb 2nd at Horniman Circle Gardens between 5 and 6 pm.
 
The students from the Salaam Bombay Kathak Academy, trained by their guruji, renowned and globally recognized Kathak performer Anjalie Gupta, will demonstrate their dancing skills and creativity. They will perform the Ghumar, a traditional folk dance of Rajasthan and display their versatility by dancing to the famous Bollywood song “Senorita”.  The soothing Gurbani will also be presented by the children of the Salaam Bombay Music Academy. 

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