Soorya Singapore


“Tales from the Bull and the Tiger” – A unique retelling of the stories of Shiva & Shakti by their vahanas, Nandi and Simha (the vehicles of Shiva & Parvati)

This is a critically acclaimed choreographic masterpiece by the celebrated dance maestro Padmashree Ananda Shankar Jayant and group of 16 dancers from India.

“Ananda Shankar regales rasikas with enchanting tales of bull ..” (Times of India)

“From the word go it was a nonstop racy production which kept the audience in thrall. One could see the determination on Ananda’s part to culminate her artistic gifts with a riveting production ….” (Padmashri Sunil Kothari, the (late) celebrated dance critic)

Event also features a painting exhibition of original works by visual artists of Singapore at the auditorium foyer.

6 Jul 2024, 7.00pm | PGP Hall Auditorium

(Level 2, 397 Serangoon Road)

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