During September and October, Confluence – Festival of India will stage events across Sydney, showcasing some of India’s most exciting and interesting artistic cultures and traditions.
Bollywood's flamboyant rhythms have a way of hogging the limelight. But the distinctive moves that define Indian cinema have their roots in the subcontinent's rich classical dance traditions.
Mixing sacred tradition with impressive athletic prowess, Pung Cholom is not for the faint-hearted – or anyone prone to dizziness.
Conluence of India in Australia festival is the most significant showcase of Indian arts and culture ever to be staged in Australia, taking place in seven cities across the country between August and November 2016.
Confluence is a nationwide celebration of arts and culture, showcasing rich and diverse dance, music theatre and visual arts from India.
Celebrated Indian musician Sonam Kalra of Sonam Kalra and the Sufi Gospel Project joined Alex Sloan in the 666 studios today with Australian didgeridoo player Si Mullumby
So what better place than the Sydney Opera House forecourt to hold a flashmob of more than 1000 people dancing to the distinctive rhythms of Indian cinema?