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Fundraising for GIAHC


Bharatanatya Arangetram of Meghna Gopalan
Saturday, August 12, 2017, 4:00 pm
The University of Arizona
1737 E University Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85719

An evening of dance to benefit GIAHC

Meghna Gopalan has been learning dance from the age of 5 in the US and India. In 2013, Meghna's family moved to Arizona, where she has been learning under the guidance of Kalashri Guru Asha Gopal. Meghna's Bharatanatya Arangetram will reflect not only her hard work but her interest in medical research and development—Meghan has dedicated the proceeds from this event to GIAHC's Young Leaders Program.

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About Bharatanatya

Bharatanatya blends the energy of rhythmic footwork known as Nritta, the expressive moments of emotions known as abhinaya and the statuesque poses that are iconic in Hinduism. It is a nuanced art form with strict rules. With poetry as a starting point, the dancer uses the variations of melody and meter to visually express the interpretation of words. Arangetram means “ascending the stage. This artistic performance is the culmination of many years of dedicated hard work by both student and guru and is the first formal presentation of the student in front of an audience.

About Meghna

Meghna is a Silver Girl Scout, an avid reader and an advanced piano player. In addition, she volunteers at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona where she helped build furniture for homeless animals. She is also very interested in medical research and development, and has dedicated the proceeds from this event to GIAHC's Young Leaders Program.