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NCPA to hold specially curated events to raise funds for flood-hit Kerala

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National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA), Mumbai will stage specially curated events from September 28-30 to raise funds for flood-hit Kerala.
 
The events include Kailash Kher in a live concernt on Septembr 28 and a multi-dance presentation, "Samapravaaha...A dance confluence" by eminent classical dancers on September 30, a press release from NCPA said.
 
The earnings from these events will be donated towards the cause, the release said, adding that the artistes will be performing free of cost.
 
In addition to the events, NCPA will also donate its box office earnings of "Shyam Rang" by Parthiv Gohil and two Wester music recitals for Kerala, it said.
 
"NCPA also appeals to its members and patrons to come together in support of the cause in form of donations. NCPA staff has volunteered to donate part of their salaries towards the cause.
 
Mr. Khushroo N Suntook, Chairman NCPA said, “We all are well aware of the current state in Kerala. Our hearts go out to those families who have lost their homes and dear ones. Kerala has given us many established artists and continues to do so. As an organization, it is our duty to help them re-build their lives and we will do so through all possible efforts. On behalf of NCPA, I would like to thank our artists, members and audiences who have come forward to help us with the cause.”
 
NNN
 

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