The Shantanand Festival of Arts 2016 (Nov 29 – Dec 4), an annual presentation by the Temple Of Fine Arts (TFA), Kuala Lumpur is providing a space for Malaysian performing artists from a variety of genres and cultures to exhibit their talents on TFA’s exalted stage at the Shantanand Auditorium in Brickfields.
The audience can catch presentations by Chinese contemporary dance troupe, Dua Space and Atari who perform Silat based contemporary dance. Also performing will be music bands Nadir and Four Leave Clover who produce their own brand of Malaysian fusion music.
A dance production, Krishnayanam and musical presentation, Pranati will delight audiences with performances based on the late TFA founder Swami Shantanand Saraswathi’s beautiful classical music compositions.
A variety of workshops and master classes will also be conducted by the performing troupes for the public at TFA throughout the festival. Visitors can also partake of fine dining and view a visual arts exhibition at the premises.
Entrance to the festival is via pay-as-you-like tickets.