Star performers set to dance and sing for autism
Indian music and dance concert, Sangeetha Natya Ravali 2018, is offering you the chance to play a part in shaping the future of autism.
The concert, in Burwood East on Saturday March 24, is dedicated to raising funds for Amaze.
Headlining the event is Krishna Ravali School Artistic Director, Rama Rao, in collaboration with Natya Kala Mandir Artistic Director, Sujatha Surendran and Telugu Ladies Club Melbourne, which empowers Telugu women “for betterment and wellbeing”.
Rama is a distinguished exponent of both the classical and popular forms of Indian music.
She has repeatedly enthralled her listeners with technical virtuosity, voice culture and range.
Over 22 years Rama has performed widely in all major cities of Australia and is a veteran of more than 200 concerts.
A senior research chemist, she is the founding director of the Krishna Ravali School of Carnatic Music.
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