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Collective Vision Dance concert by Rasika in Hillsboro

4/21/2018 - 4/21/2018 
Collective Vision Dance concert

An Indo-Jazz collaborative Musical Indian Dance.

Jazz legend and Guggenheim Fellow Chuck Israels joins with Indian dance exponent Jayanthi Raman to create an evening of enchanting music and dance. The two artists lead a team of musicians and dancers from Northwest and India.

Venue: PCC Rockcreek
Date: April 21, 2018 at 07:00 PM

Artists: Jayanthi Raman, Chuck Israels, Binni and Krishnakumar, S.V.Ramani, Raghavendra Rao, Chau Dancers and Bharathanatyam dancers

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When & Where

Start Date : 4/21/2018
End Date : 4/21/2018
Start Time : 5:00:00 PM
Venue : Portland Community College (PCC) Rock Creek
Address : 17705 NW Springville Rd  
Hillsboro , OR 97229
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About Organizer

Host : Rasika
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Email : rasika@rasika.org
Phone : 503-446-8123

Rasika is a dynamic nonprofit, organization, incorporated in the State of Oregon with federal exempt 501(c) (3) status. Rasika was founded with a mission of promoting and educating Indian arts and culture in the state of Oregon. In addition to presenting premier Classical Carnatic music and dance concerts by celebrated artists of India, Rasika's goal is also to introduce Indian arts, crafts and culture, to the children through lectures, demonstrations by visiting artists, workshops and summer heritage camp. The distinguishing feature of this organization is its mission to reach out to the local community and bring both entertainment and education/outreach of the Indian arts and culture to the State of Oregon.


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