Source : Hindustan Times
Presenting a potpourri of folk music and storytelling in the Millennium City, a host of artists will take centre stage at Aravalli Biodiversity Park for three days, starting April 13.
Performances by singers Prahlad Singh Tipanya and Nooran Sisters; and Urdu storytelling by dastango Mahmood Farooqui — witness the magic of folk unfold at the 7th Gurgaon Utsav in the heart of the Millennium City, at Aravalli Biodiversity Park, from April 13 to 15.
“We’ve always wanted to bring cultural activities like theatre, music and dance to Gurgaon. For the past six years, it has become a people’s initiative as the Utsav has been well received. We ensure that the line-up each year is exciting and new. This year, the focus will be on folk music,” says Uma Prakash, organiser and co-founder, Arts and Literature Foundation.
The event is organised by Arts and Literature Foundation and Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG), and in collaboration with the Department of Art and Cultural Affairs, Government of Haryana.