Tvm: The Goethe-Zentrum Trivandrum is launching a new programme under the banner ‘The Bridge’ to provide a common platform for young artists from Kerala and Germany to collaborate. To officially launch ‘The Bridge’, Goethe-Zentrum is organising the first event on Friday, September 17, 2010 at 7 pm at the Gandhi Park, near East Fort in Trivandrum.
The upcoming German drummer Julian Groeschl and the clarinet artist Regina Ganter will perform together with three eminent professors – Joby Mathew (violin), Kaviyoor Sanal (Mridangam) and Attingal Madhu (Ghattam) for this event.
Under this programme, young artists from the fields of music, painting, sculpting, films, theater and architecture will get the opportunity to come together with their counterparts from Germany to understand each other, exchange their ideas and talents, enrich themselves and perform or produce excellent pieces of cross-cultural artistic works. Through this inter-cultural dialogue the Goethe-Zentrum aims at bringing the two cultures closer and promote international relations in the said fields.
According to Sheena Syed, Administrative Officer, Goethe-Zentrum Trivandrum, “Entry is free but we recommend advance seat reservation at 3013018. And also young artists from the fields mentioned earlier may register their names with the Goethe-Zentrum for being considered for collaborative projects with German artists”.
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