Performers from India, this year’s invited country to the Guadalajara International Book Fair (FIL), offer cultural presentations each evening in the Foro FIL, the space located in the forecourt of Expo Guadalajara. There is no charge for the shows, which begin at 9 p.m.
Saturday, November 30: The group Sattar Khan Langa presents “Desert Symphony,” traditional music and dance from Rajastan, a state in northern India.
Sunday, December 1: The group Shrinkhala de Tanushri Roy presents “Unmaad,” a contemporary/experimental dance performance.
Monday, December 2: The vibration group of Dr. Varsha Agrawal presents a concert of Hindustani instrumental music, featuring the sitar, saunter and tabla.
Tuesday, December 3: The group V. Anuradha Singh presents “Jhankaar,” a demonstration of Kathak, one of the 11 forms of Indian classical dances.
Wednesday, December 4: The Aditya Prakash Ensemble presents Indian classical fusion and jazz.
Thursday, December 5: The Khan Langa group presents traditional music and dance from Rajastan.
Friday, December 6:The Reddi Lakshmi group presents a performance of Kuchipudi, one of the 11 major Indian classical dances.
Saturday, December 7: The Pravaah group from the Centro Cultural Gurudev Tagore in Mexico City presents an Indian/Mexican dance fusion show.
Sunday, December 8:Bollywood dancing presented by Shrinkhala de Tanushri Roy.