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Enjoy joyful Indian classical music with Rhythms Aesthetic Society at Kalaa Utsavam 2020

Rhythms Aesthetic Society is a professional performing arts group with more than 15 years of experience. Photo courtesy: Esplanade
Rhythms Aesthetic Society is a professional performing arts group with more than 15 years of experience. Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Kalaa Utsavam 2020’s theme of the Tree of Life invites audiences to find comfort in a series of live carnatic music and classical dance performances by Singapore's Indian arts community. 

The instrumental pieces of Sukha aspire to evoke joy and bliss. Photo courtesy: Esplanade
The instrumental pieces of Sukha aspire to evoke joy and bliss. Photo courtesy: Esplanade

One such performance, titled Sukha, was presented by the Rhythms Aesthetic Society - a professional performing arts group with more than 15 years of experience in music and theatre productions. 

Sukha invites listeners to look towards a future filled with optimism. Photo courtesy: Esplanade
Sukha invites listeners to look towards a future filled with optimism. Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Sukha is an authentic state of happiness, within a life that is lasting. The instrumental pieces composed by Vinod Kongoorpully Mana aspire to evoke joy and bliss in the listener, looking towards a future filled with optimism.

Photo courtesy: Esplanade
Photo courtesy: Esplanade

Audiences can enjoy the invigorating and joyful Indian classical music, performed by versatile musicians Vinod Kongoorpully Mana and Anish Vasu Devan, on Facebook as well as Esplanade Offstage till December 20, 2020.

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