Come and experience Odissi, one of the classical dances of India, through a lecture-recital presented by the Center for World Music’s Odissi school. The presentation will include a short talk on the history and meaning of this dance form. This will be followed by a performance by Rajesh Kumar Palai, master teacher visiting from Odisha, India. He will be joined by students from the Odissi school, vividly demonstrating the many facets of Odissi through a short recital.
Tickets and Reservations
Admission by donation. All donations will go to support music education programs through the Center for World Music and Villa Musica. You may donate by credit card when you register or make a donation by cash or check at the event. Your generosity is appreciated.
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How is this event possible?
This event is co-sponsored by Villa Musica, whose mission is to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to explore the joy and lifelong value of music through education, performance, and community engagement. Financial support is provided by The City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture.
How can I help support music and dance education?
If you or a friend would like to host an informal performance such as this to raise public support for world music and dance programs at schools in your community, please contact Dr. Lewis Peterman at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (619) 440-7046.