Music concert and Dance performances



Kriti Team invites you to join us for the evenings of music, dances, laughing and theatre. We are grateful to bring to you Swaang- a Mumbai based cultural group who has sung many progressive songs.

The performances are planned in Delhi and Dehradun. The table below provides details of the venue and the dates.

Swaang in Performance
1st April
3rd  April
5th April




In Delhi
@Indian Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, 110003

@KC Complex, JawaharLal Nehru University

Stein Auditorium, 8:00 pm




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KC Complex, Open Air Theatre, 9:00 pm
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Swaang in Dehradun
@Town Hall, Nagar Nigam



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Town Hall, 6:00 pm






About Swaang…
The group includes actors, writers, directors, singers and composers primarily working with the Hindi Film Industry in Mumbai. The members come from different parts of India and have been associated with progressive arts in the past. 
In December 2012, they composed ‘Maa Nee Meri’ in response to the Delhi gang rape. They will present protest and women's rising songs based on the writings of some legendary progressive poets like Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Sahir Ludhianvi, Dushyant Kumar, Paash, Gorakh Pandey, Habib Jalib as well as some original writings of members of the group. 
Among their theatre productions, the most recent production is a street play "Beech ka Raasta Nahin Hota," a dramatic adaptation of the poetry of Punjabi revolutionary poet Avtar Singh Pash. 


Look forward to-
-A musical evening of dancing, sharing, laughing and celebrating
-A special presentation will include the composition of a poem titled "The River of Girls", by Tishani Doshi written for Save the Children (STC).
-A contemporary dance performance titled "Svabhavsiddha" - The Innate Self  by Himani Khurana, taken in by the recent news of women abuse and constant subjugation of women in our country.

ALSO LOOK OUT FOR SOME INTERESTING RESOURCES ON WOMEN'S RIGHTS AND SOCIAL CHANGE AT THE EVENT!

This concert is brought to you by the Kriti team, with support from Save the Children  and with Uttarakhand network on Violence Against Women (including ten organizations).

We look forward to your participation...
- to support this event, please do make any small or big contribution as we need it!
- to volunteer and take photographs and make a video, please connect with us! 
- to publicise and share this event, we welcome you to! 
- to spend the evening with your friends and family at this event, we hope to see you!

OPEN FOR ALL!!!!!!!

For details contact 
011-26027845/ 26033088/ 9717688601

mail.krititeam@gmail.com
http://krititeam.blogspot.com/
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