culture festival in Uppsala
year's Indian festival can be experienced at different places in
Uppsala during spring and autumn.
reservation for changes!
festival invites you to filmshows, classical concerts, theater, exhibitions,
lectures, Indian market, food etc. ...
- 6 Sept
Correction at Uppsala Stadsteater
Correction is a unique Swedish-Indian cooperation in the form comedy
examines the situation of women in India today. Similarly, we examine
the media's coverage of India and ask ourselves what shapes our
understanding of the situation there
will be a young girl victim of a brutal gang rape on a bus and dies
from his injuries. The incident raises
tremendous attention worldwide. In India, some woman goes out to
Elsewhere shrugs it shoulders - "all know that this happens
every day, the only thing that is unique
this time is that it happened to a girl from middle class and not
from the working class. "
But none of this has Sheila time to care about. Her parents' plans
for her marriage
but she can not engage in it. She is going to Bollywood and fulfill
correction is played as free school performance September 2 to 5.
For information on school performances, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
performances: 5 September at 19.00 and 6 September at 18.00
Spatica Ramanujam, Swati Das, Björn Dahlman.
Uppsala Stadsteater, Bananteatern, Kulturum
the 'Indian street' on Culture Night - Östra Ågatan between
Dombron and Nybron. Here you can revel among Indian scents and colors:
clothing, crafts, fabrics, incense sticks, chai, samosas, ginger
beer, Indian snacks, simple meals and much much more...
to the little Indian diner "Cafe Ganesh" or try to write
your name in Hindi or maybe try Indian block prints with pretty
Indian specialist from Indcen travel and representatives from the
University of Uppsala - Forum for South Asia Studies.
Global Stone Workshop shows pictures and sculptures from their courses
in South India. Try your hand at sculpting
show at 14:30, 15:30, 16:30, 17:30
Squezeers plays oriental-western fusion on stage at Fyristorg 15.00
more could happen - unexpectedly - as it usually does on a day visit
Kulturum, ABF, FSAS Uppsala Universitet
plays Venu - bamboo flute.
She is one of India's few young female flutists that tours both
across India, Europe and USA. Today she is recognized and has been
hailed by music critics for her performances that are both melodic
and rhythmic complexity.
her this time, she has Akkarai Sornalatha - violin and Akshay Anantapadmanabhan
on South Indian drum Mridangam
- Modern beats and dance friendly fusion
Andersson - electric guitarr
Håkan Almkvist - sitar
Hasse Bruniusson - electric percussion
Guest: Shantala Subramanyam - vocal
Somnath Roy Group
at Uppsala Konsert &
the first time ever in Sweden Somnath Roy with his group
Call is an Indian classical based fusion group, consisting of five
musicians on the ghatam, sitar, flute, tabla and vocals. The group
plays Indian classical music, both from the north Indian and south
Indian tradition, as well as a mixture of several forms of ethnic
South Indian percussion instrument ghatam, crock, is one of the
south Indian music tradition's oldest instruments, and played with
a unique fingering technology.
The concert begins where traditional musicians demonstrates the
ancient Indian heritage: unison, meditative and with perfection.
An innovative presentation of the five musicians. Gradually move
the music from the Indian classical tradition to different folk
traditions. A merger with the subtle nuances of an increasing tempo
to a breathtaking finale.
Roy - Ghatam, percussion
Abhisek Mallik - Sitar, Electric Sitar
Suomen Sarkar - Tabla, Percussion
Soumyajyoti Ghosh - Bansuri flute
Shatadru Kabir - Vocals
price: SEK 200 incl service charge
SEK 155 incl service charge on presentation of UNT-card
Uppsala Konsert & Kongress i samarbete med Incredible India
med stöd av MHV, Kulturnämnden, ABF, ICCR och Indiska
and Concert at Slottsbiografen
Nedre Slottsgatan 6B
(Ingmar Bergman's childhood cinema) is celebrating 100 years and
show as part of the program, two films by the Indian director Dheeraj
Akolkar -"Liv & Ingmar" and "Let the Scream be
films will be presented by the director and the audience will have
the opportunity to meet the director
will also be a concert by Stefan
Nilsson, who wrote the music for both films. Stefan has composed
the music for some of our most beloved Swedish films and TV series.
Jerusalem, Skärgårdsdoktorn, Good Intentions, Van Veeteren,
A Song for Martin and As It Is in Heaven are just a few of the line.
and Ingmar" is a documentary about Ingemar Bergman and Liv
Ullman's life together. The movie "Let the Screem be Heard"
shown for the first time in Sweden, is about Edvard Munch and his
creation that still fascinates the whole world for 150 years.
films have been hailed and "Liv and Ingmar" was nominated
for best documentary at Chicago International Film Festival 2012.
India comes to serving Indian snacks and chai, etc..
Kulturum, ABF, FSAS Uppsala Universitet
Spring program 2014:
and Culture program in Stockholm
Exhibition at Blåsenhus, Uppsala University
A poster exhibition from the Women’s Movement in India
för Syd Asien Studier, Kulturum
Inaguration of Tagore sculpture
Engelska parken, Uppsala Universitet
Forum for South Asia Studies, Uppsala University and the Embassy
of India Stockholm will hold several events in honour of Rabindranath
Tagore (1861-1941), winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature 1913.
On this occasion a bust of Rabindranath Tagore will be unveiled
on campus by
Prof. Eva Åkesson, Vice-Chancellor of Uppsala University and
HE Mrs Banashri Bose Harrison, Ambassador of India to Sweden and
för Syd Asien Studier
Deb & Max
Clouth Bistro Hijazz kl 20.00
Gamla stationshuset, Olof Palmes
- Western fusion on Sitar
HIJAZZ Gamla stationshuset
in the Botanical garden
colorful festival for all with carnival music & dance
Indian market with crafts, clothing, fabrics, incense, etc, etc
Serving of Indian Snacks, light meals, sweets, juices, chai &
Saturday 18.45 Hindol Deb & Max Clouth plays sitar and Lotus-guitar
Saturday 19.35 Arafat Tabassum Ananya Indian classical dance
Nritya Drapan Bollywood and Bhangra dance
Puppets withShafiq Kahn
Sunday 12.20 & 14.35 A Puppet show from Rajasthan in ”Barnivaltältet”
Arr: Kulturum, ABF
Contact: Eva Källander 0707-304 314,