Kala Pradarshini conducts four annual festivals.
Parvathi Ravi Ghantasala’s Kala Pradarshini, has been promoting, propagating and preserving the traditional classical art forms of India since 1998. With the belief that Art is for Arts Sake and that it is a medium that is devoid of any social, cultural, economic boundaries, the organization through its carefully curated Music and Dance festival has opened out opportunities for artistes to perform.EXPLORE
Ghantasala Venkateshwara Rao, more popularly known as Ghantasala was a name almost synonymous with the South Indian music industry. His was a story of a self-made individual who accomplished the pinnacle of success within a short period of time that life gifted him (1922-1974) through hard work and sheer talent.EXPLORE
From 1998, Kala Pradarshini chose to break away from the beaten path and deviated from usual format by showcasing the Pancharathna kritis through dance. Though initially, it was not easily accepted by the audiences, who had been exposed to only the traditional form of showcaseEXPLORE
Each year, to give opportunities to more upcoming and amateur artists enroute the professional route, micro festivals are organized. Thematic presentation for traditional Indian festivals are organized such as the Shivarathri, Margazhi.EXPLORE