Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival to begin from February 10 to 13, 2017

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Set for the First Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival

First Riverfront Music & Dance Festival in India from February 10 – 13, 2017

India 6 February 2017: Music, especially dance music has a distinct charm. It brings people of all cultures and groups together, binds them under one common interest. The very first Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival is all set to put up a world class show to mesmerize the music and dance lovers from February 10 – 13 at Amaravati, the holy sangam of river Krishna & Godavari. India’s first river front music and dance festival, the four days celebratory extravaganza will put you in a trance with popular global music and dance performances. Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival is the first of its kind and will put Amaravati in the global map as a destination to have a wholesome music and dance festival experience.

Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival to begin from February 10 to 13, 2017


With the Art Director and contributor being none other than the violin maestro and Padma Bhushan awardee Dr. L. Subramaniam, the Amaravati Global Music and Dance Festival is curated By E-Factor Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. With a promise to create a cultural confluence, the first edition of Amaravati Global Music & Dance Festival is all set to enthrall the audience with best of classical performances against the backdrop of sunset on the riverbank and popular forms of international music and dance under the starry sky.

The Festival will feature stunning Indian Classical, Western Classical Music (Orchestral), Bollywood, Global Fusion, Folk Music, Contemporary World Music, and the other genres of music and dance by Dr. L. Subramaniam, Pt. Birju Maharaj, Hema Malini, Kavita Krishnamurti, Talat Aziz, Anup Jalota, Suresh Wadkar, Trilok Gurtu and others.

Where: Amaravati

When: February 10 – 13, 2017
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