Diwali Celebrations with World Music and Dance
Traditional Association of Cultural Harmony – TACH, is organizing a World Music and Dance on the eve of a festival of light – Diwali with the collaboration of Indian-American residents of Reno and surrounding areas.
The celebrations, organized by Chakrapani Singh, is being held for the first time in Reno in which attendees will be able to enjoy and appreciate the world of music, dance, and cultural celebrations. Numerous talented artists from California are planning to perform at the event. Celebrations are going to be held at the Laxalt auditorium, Warren Nelson Building, 401 W. 2nd St., Reno, NV on Nov 2nd, 2013 @ 4.00 PM.
Spark Mayor Geno Martini has graciously agreed to inaugurate the musical journey event. Washoe County Undersheriff Tim Kuzanek will also be the guest to grace the occasion.
World renowned artist Chakrapani Singh resides in Reno, NV and he has established “Traditional Association for Cultural Harmony” (TACH). Currently, TACH is establishing itself in the areas of global artist management, cultural exchange program, music education, fusion music collaboration & development, organize music competitions and open to promote music literacy. Mr. Singh is in a process of establishing a music school in Reno, NV, similar to Ali Akbar College of Music, San Francisco, CA.