culture festival in Uppsala
year's Indian festival can be experienced at different places in
Uppsala during spring and autumn.
will be updated continuously with more details
reservation for changes!
festival invites you to filmshows, classical concerts, dance theater,
exhibitions, lectures, Indian market, food etc. ...
dance and Oriental
Rao och Ulrika Larsen
bazaar and food
Sept 18 - 22 at
Trädgårdsgatan 5, Uppsala
100 years with Indian cinema
in collaboration with
See program below
the entire weekend
information below :
GRAND, Trädgårdsgatan 5, Uppsala
puppets with Shafiq Kahn
Dancing puppets from Rajasthani tradition in a modern version with
kl 16.30 & 18.30
Larsen Odissi - East Indian
Classical dance recital. Dazzling rhythms, graceful movements and
heartening tales of love danced and narrated by Ulrika Larsen. Ulrika
Larsen is one of Swedens foremost Odissi exponents.
Rao from India dance Yakshagana
of the coastal belt of Karnataka is a folk art form dating back
to the 15th century.
Squezeers plays Oriental/western fusion
indian instrument in unison with western instrument
bazar with handicraft, clothes, art,
textiles and more
Indian food & snacks, chai, ekological drinks
Filmfestival - 100 years of
the entire weekend at
Mil Gaga 2003
21.30 Taal 1999
Par 2007 BARN/DRAMA
Idiots 2009 KOMEDI/DRAMA
reservation for changes!
collaboration with Indian Embassy
Uppsala Universitet, Kulturum,
EVENING at Uppsala
Experience a unique hand stitched Indian tent and Indian bazar with
handicraft, clothes, art, food and a lot more...
Creative workshop: Block printing & Indian writing. Try typing
your name in Hindi on HINDI DIWAS versary
16-16.45 Try Indian dance - for children
17.00-18.00 Garam masala, exprimentiell music: tabla och slagverk
18.30-19.30 Bollywood and classical indian dance
20-21 Sur Shakti from India - concert with konsert
med Santoor - Pathan Mohammed Altaf, Sitar - Irfan Khan, Tabla -
Aadil Hussain Khan
Film at Fyrisbiografen 22.00 FREE
Uppsala Konstmuseum, FSAS Uppsala Universitet, Kulturum,
Dance - Sugar N' Spice
to a fantastic and colourful Bollywood dance show with the Indian
group Sugar N Spice. A power pack entertainment group that has enthralled
audience’s worldwide with their spell binding performances.
Having specialized in Folk music events, Bollywood nights and star
nights they bring to you a combination of all the above with fusion
effects of international music.
Besides graceful and well choreographed dancers they will also incorporate
live singing by professional play back singers from the Indian film
cinema and television.
This show is specially designed by putting a few world famous English
numbers which will smoothly blend with the Bollywood numbers followed
by power pack Bhangra and other dances of India.
100 kr adult, 70 kr youth 13-20 år och students, children
UNT-card: "Two persons on one ticket"
One UNT-card for two persons or one family with childen/youth
Entry with UNT-card is only aviable to buy at UNT City 018-4781070
Tickets at UNT or www.tickster.com
Kulturum, Indiska Ambassaden, Indian Council for Cultural Relations
indian dancers &
top sitar players in session
Bistro HIJAZZ Gamla
Ganapati - Indisk klassisk raga
Almkvist - Sitar and
Hugo Widén - tabla
Raga is on kind of music associated with India. There are different
ragas fore different hours of the day and each raga expresses a
on Wheels -
Stian Grimstad -
Sitar, KG Westman - Sitar och Hugo Widén
of Cultures at Botaniska trädgården Ecological
and fare trade café, Indian variuos small dishes, Raw food,
vegan food, Chai and other hot and cold beverages.
textile handicrafts, ecological cotton and organic dye.
Alström lectures about "the childrens garden Palna"
"Fore many years I had a dream about
creating a menigfull play enviroment for the children at PALNA,
an orphanage in Delhi, India (www.dccw.org) About two years ago
I was found rasing gifts with the help of my friends and it made
the dream come true"
- Indian music and dance at
Kulturoasen in Håga
This time we host the sucessesfull
trio enhanced by a dancer who performs the graceful and subtile
danceform from the southindian culture - the result is that an already
fantastic consert becomes accomplished!
Ms. Shantala Subramanyam flute and vocals, Ms. Akkarai Sornalatha
Mr. Sai Giridhar drums och vocal percussion, Ms. Shweta Prachande
Musik i Uppland, Kulturum, Kulturhjältarna, ABF