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    Nootana Ensemble Gives Classical Indian Music a 21st-century Vibei
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    May 29, 2016 10:36 AM
    Centuries-old Indian music and dance meets 21st-century sensibilities, thanks to the artists of Nootana. The volunteer group performs traditional art forms, smoothly integrating innovation and tradition. The ensemble celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May with an original dance drama. VOA’s June Soh caught up with some of the artists at the show.

    Nootana Ensemble Gives Classical Indian Music a 21st-century Vibe

    Centuries-old Indian music and dance meets 21st-century sensibilities, thanks to the artists of Nootana. The volunteer group performs traditional art forms, smoothly integrating innovation and tradition. The ensemble celebrated Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May with an original dance drama. VOA’s June Soh caught up with some of the artists at the show.


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