Brilliance in music, dance, art and theatre
Continuing its legacy of promoting art and culture, The Park Hotels is back with its much awaited contemporary arts festival of India,‘The Park’s New Festival 2014’.
Last day of the eighth edition of The Park’s New Festival 2014
Continuing its legacy of promoting art and culture, The Park Hotels is back with its much awaited contemporary arts festival of India,‘The Park’s New Festival 2014’. Curated by Prakriti Foundation, the festival aims to bring together international and local artists at a world class forum to celebrate art and culture. The eighth edition of the festival has on offer compelling performances in the genre of music, dance, art and theatre.
Kickstaring from Kolkata on October 31, the festival is now in Hyderabad. With striking contemporary dance performance by UK based hip-hop/contemporary dance company Avant Garde, observational humour of Azeem Banatwalla, a devised performance piece by actress cum performing artist JyotiDogra, a unique brew of music by ‘Filter Coffee’, an improvised performance based on the character of Madame K By K TWO dance group and an exhibition of moving image works by Claire Pencak, The Park’s New Festival will witness all this and much more. In addition to the performances scheduled, the Avant Garde Dance Company will conduct contemporary dance workshops across six cities.
Speaking about the festival Priya Paul, chairperson, Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels Ltd, said, “With creativity and innovation ingrained in our collective DNA, we at The Park Hotels, draw from myriad cultural and global influences to create a landscape that is illustrative of contemporary India. Keeping our promise of curating culture, we bring for our discerning audience the eighth edition of The Park’s new festival, one of the oldest contemporary performance arts festivals in India. We are delighted to share with you performances that are truly anything but ordinary.”