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March 11, 2023
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Soorya Foundation for performing arts, a pioneer in the Indian performing arts arena of South California, presents the 6th edition of LOS ANGELES INDIAN DANCE FESTIVAL featuring renowned and award winning Indian Classical Performers. Guru VIJI PRAKASH of Shakti School of will be honored for her lifetime achievement.
This FREE event is supported by the California Arts Council, Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles County department arts and culture.

• NAVARASA Dance Theater – Aparna Sindhoor and Anil Natyaveda
• SHAKTI of Bharathanatyam – Los Angeles
• PADMINI Sirish – Sacramento
• KATHAK Kala Academy – Guru Rachana Upadhyay

WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, March 11th, 2022 @ 3 pm. De Toledo High School 22622 Vanowen St, West Hills CA

FREE EVENT and FREE PARKING. Food Available for purchase ALL ARE WELCOME
MORE INFO: sooryafoundationla@gmail.com (818) 730-0371 www.sooryafoundation.org

Soorya Foundation for performing arts is a nonprofit organization founded in Los Angeles under the able
guidance of award winning Bharathanatyam dancer, choreographer, musician, Guru Sushma Mohan. This foundation aims to preserve, protect, and promote Indian Traditional Performing Arts through dance and music festivals, performances, dance productions, lecture-demonstrations and master classes by renowned gurus and performers in Los Angeles and Atlanta. The foundation has a 501 (c) 3 status so your donation to this foundation is tax deductible.
The foundation works in Los Angeles and Atlanta and its activities are supported by California Arts Council, Georgia Council for the arts, National Endowment for the arts, Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles County department arts and culture and the Forsyth County Arts Alliance GA.


de Toledo High school
22322 Vanowen St
West Hills, CA 91307 United States
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Soorya Foundation
(818) 7300371
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