IAID-Qatar joins the prestigious International Folklore Festival- Rhythms of Spring 2019, Tbilisi, Georgia

Doha, Qatar – On its 3rd consecutive year, another thirty IAID talents are set to showcase its artistic Dance, Music & Arts prowesses at the International Folklore Festival – Rhythms of Spring in Tbilisi, Georgia, 25 – 29 April 2019.

“IAID is very proud laying the foundation to expand its horizon into the global arena and set its involvement in various international exposures that will present the skills of our home-grown talents and instructors, with our Visual Arts department joining the festival for the first time,” said Dr. Dimple Rajesh, IAID Artistic Director.

With the thrust to support diversity through Visual and Performing Arts, IAID will raise the Qatar flag and represent the country to show appreciation for embracing and unifying arts and cultures from all over the world.

Qatarsis: The Purge of Emotions through Diversity in Art

This year IAID opens its door in bringing student artists and their masterpieces to an international exhibition. Many of the works are inspired pieces from their respective countries of origin, its culture and landscapes which will be displayed at the prestigious cultural venues in Georgia.

Exhibiting artists are: Michael Bangoy Fajardo, 37, Filipino; Rogsh Emmanuel H. Garcia, 17, Filipino; Hiranya Govender, 8, South African; Sanvee Patro, 8, Indian; Asmaa Khalid Al Thani, 20, Qatari; Aminath Shaheeda, 40, Maldivan;  Tamar Talabadze, 13, Georgian;  Stephanie Marita, 13, Kenyan; Eva Mrad, 6, Indonesian

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Dance to Unity in Diversity 

Fourteen young talented performers are set to showcase a dance collaboration of Western and Asian dance styles.

Performing Artists are: Joanah Marie Montiano, Christina Anaguostopoulou, Jelena Stojanovic. Victoria Unger, Abhishree Gawade, Sharmein Rizaudin, Mariam Ahmed Maged, Shruthi Keerthi Mohan, Harika Sudhir, Annanya Amrutra, Saanvee Patro, Aia Maureen Malaki, Hiranya Govender and  Shaymanti Bhowmik

The Voices of Celebrating Cultural Inclusion

This year’s music performances are mix of Western and Asian melodies popularized by the respective countries.

Performing Artists: Nathalie Langreney, Hissa Salman Al Thani, Shaymanti Bhowmik, Felicia Tito Braganza, Souparnika Prakasan, Elizabeth Mary Beno, Ana Carolina Baia, Tiyasha Pahwa, Rogsh Emmanuel H. Garcia, Edlin Nogales

Actual performances will be aired via Live Feed on IAID Facebook Page.

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