A celebration of art and spirituality for transformation and upliftment, the evening will feature classical and traditional music and dance. KALAMRITAM will be graced by the presence of Swami Purnamritananda Puri, a senior disciple of Sri Mata Amritanandamayi (AMMA).
Art is intricately interwoven with Life, Nature and Spirituality.
It serves as the medium through which the human being expresses a range of emotions and situations. Drawing from within the inner depths of the individual, connections are made to a wider universe and to the ultimate truth.
This festival draws art, artists, audience and spiritual seekers together and will be graced by Swami Purnamritananda Puri, a Senior Disciple of Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (AMMA).
A platform that celebrates the intricate relationship between Art & Spirituality, it marks the potential through this, for human transformation and upliftment. Focusing on the role of the Arts for moving towards deeper awareness of the Self and the interconnectedness between all beings, the event signifies a collective harnessing of the power of the arts for awakening collective consciousness and harmony.
The evening will feature these concepts through presentations of classical and traditional music and dance by talented and established artists.
The event will culminate in a discourse on Art and Spirituality by Swami Purnamritananda Puri, followed by a guided flute meditation by Swamiji and Prayer for World Peace.
Dr. Bhagya Murthy & Ashtalakshmis – Carnatic Devotional Vocal
Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society – Hindustani Vocal
Guru Shibani Roy with Guru Surpiyo Banerjee – Tabla & Guru Susanta Chowdhury – Sitar
Smt. Vidyadhari Kapavarapu – Carnatic Vocal
Shruti Laya Dance School – Bharatanatyam
Omkar Arts – Bharatanatyam
Chitrakala Arts – Odissi
6.15pm – Refreshments
7.15pm – Guests to be seated
7. 20pm – Arrival of Guest of Honour – Swami Purnamritananda Puri
7.25pm – Welcome address by Chairman
7.30pm – Performances of music and dance
9.00pm – Talk by Guest of Honour on “Art & Spirituality” followed by Guided Flute Meditation & Prayer for World Peace
9.30pm – End of Programme
Tickets at $15 (General Admission) & $50 (Premium)
Tickets are available for purchase online.
Please produce your e-ticket (softcopy or hardcopy) for verification at the programme venue.
KALAMRITAM is grateful for the support by an anonymous Gold Sponsor, a Bronze sponsor – the Selvakumari Jagateesan Memorial Trust Fund and some other donors and supporters.