Archive of Past Performances

Archive of Past Performances

<strong>July 6-8, 2012</strong>
<a href=“” target=”_blank”>North America Bengali Conference</a>
<em>Notinee</em> will be performing as part of the Grand Opening Ceremony, <em>Paroshmoni Choyaoo Praan E</em>, a spectacular dance musical directed by Sukalyann Bhattacharya, as well as their own spotlight performance.
Hotel Paris, Las Vegas, NV

<strong>February 6, 2012</strong>
Alys Stephens Center for the Performing Arts
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<strong>January 28, 2011</strong>
<em>Chinese New Year Celebration</em>
Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, AL
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<strong>January 21, 2012</strong>
<em>Birmingham Dance Showcase</em>
Performance at 1:20 PM
Instructional Classes Available
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<strong>July 22 & 23:</strong>
Bangamela 2011 in Nashville, TN
opening night plus Saturday.
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<strong>April 16th:</strong>
Callahan Lecture at Birmingham Museum (main troupe).Birmingham Museum of Art

<strong>April 2nd:</strong>
Asian Foundation Annual Event, Cedar Club (main, junior and children).Cedar Club

<strong>March 26th:</strong>
Holi at Birmingham Museum (to be decided).Birmingham Museum of Art

<strong>February 19th:</strong>
Chinese New Year at Boutwell Auditorium (main troupe & junior troupe).Boutwell Auditorium.
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<strong>February 5th:</strong>
ICAB Republic Day celebrations (children)Harley-Davidson Showroom.

<strong>January 29th:</strong>
Birmingham Dance Showcase at Alabama Dance Festival (main troupe).BJCC Theatre

<strong>January 22nd:</strong>
Lions Club annual international event (children & junior troupe).Vestavia Civic Center

<b>Birmingham Asian Cultures & Food Festival</b>
12:10 PM & 1:55 PM
Cedars Club
301 Green Springs Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205
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Saturday, April 17th, 2010

<b>Magic City Art Connection</b>
Linn Park, Downtown Birmingham, AL
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Saturday, April 24, 2010

<b>Regional Bengali Conference in Nashville</b>
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July 17th, 2010

<b>Birmingham Museum of Art</b>
<strong><em>The Defeat of the Gods and the Victory of the Goddess</em></strong>
The 11th Annual Callahan Lecture features an intriguing topic: The Defeat of the Gods and the Victory of the Goddess.Examining the role and function of the goddess in South Asia in both religion and art, Dr. Larson draws a line connecting to the current women’s movement and feminist thought in South Asia. Gerald J. Larson, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Religious Studies, UC Santa Barbara, and Tagore Professor Emeritus of Indian Cultures and Civilization, Indiana University relates this ancient issue to modern feminism. The lecture will be opened and closed by Notinee Dance Group. Dr. Pia Sen, founder and Director of Notinee, has created 2 original dance pieces specific to the topic of Dr. Larson’s presentation.
6:00 pm FREE, Open to the Public
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March 6th, 2010

<b>Holi Festival at Birmingham Museum of Art</b>
Did you know that one of the biggest Hindu holidays, <em>Holi,</em> is celebrated in March? Go on an adventure through the Museum’s Southeast Asian and Indian galleries before celebrating with music, dance, art activities, and more!
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March 27, 2010, 11am-3pm

<b>Notinee 2009 Recital</b>
Children’s Dance Foundation, Homewood, AL
Main Performance Studio
Starting time: 6pm.
Tickets: $7 for adults, $5 for children under 12, babies (too young for their own seat) are free.
Program to be followed by reception.
Dec 5th, 2009

<b>Special Program at Episcopal Place</b>
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Nov 14th, 2009

<b>Birmingham Partnerships In Action Walk</b>
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Oct 3rd, 2009

<b>First ever ‘Durga Puja’ Festival held in Birmingham, AL</b>
Bengali Association of Greater Birmingham (BAGB) will be celebrating Maa Durga Puja in Alabama on October 3, 2009 at Alta Vista Hotel Garden Atrium of Birmingham. For this inaugural occasion BAGB is procuring a new Ekchala Maa Durga Protima from Kolkata. Please join BAGB and Notinee to make this occasion a Grand success!
<i>Venue:</i> Alta Vista Hotel, Birmingham
<i>Location:</i> 260 Goodwin Crest Dr, Birmingham
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Oct 3rd, 2009

<b>Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration</b>
Birmingham Hindu Temple and Cultural Center
Aug 29th, 2009

<b>Bangamela 2009</b>
Bangamela 2009, the 11th Annual Bangamela utsab, sponsored by the Mid America Bengali Association (MABA), will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by the Bengali Association of Greater Atlanta (BAGA), on July 17, 18, & 19 2009, at The Gwinnett Center for Performing Arts.
<i>Notinee</i> will be performing <i>Basanta</i>, a combination of dances performed on songs of Rabindranath Tagore.
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Notinee performs as part of <b><em>‘Screw Ups’</em></b> at the <a href=“” target=”_blank”>Birmingham Festival Theater</a>, June 11, 12 & 13. Showtimes are at 8:00 PM.

<b>ICAB International Day for World Peace</b>
Saturday, June 6th, 2009, 1PM until 7PM
Boutwell Auditorium, 1930 8th Ave North, Birmingham, AL 35203
ICAB has been working for Indian Community for last 25 years. This year we decided to bring all the communities from across the world together, who live in Alabama and share their culture. There will be dance performances from various community groups. Food stalls, artifacts, clothing and some other booths. We are also trying to get some games for kids.
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<b>Kobi Jayanti (the Poet’s Birthday)</b>
Berkmar High School 405 Pleasant Hill Road, Lilburn, GA 30047
Saturday, May 16, 2009 at 5:00 PM
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Shakespeare at Sloss</b>
May 1-3, 2009

MUSE OF FIRE is an innovative Shakespeare project at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama. Tickets go on sale April 1 for the 2009 Spring Festival production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, a lush and Indian-inspired fantasy. This year’s collaborators include the comedy improv masters of Extemporaneous Theatre Company and Indian-fusion dance troupe <b>Notinee</b>.

Here is a clip from the May 1st performance:

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<b>January 18, 2009:</b> Notinee performs for the third time at the <i><a href=“” target=”_blank”>Alabama Dance Showcase.</a></i> (Pia will also be teaching classes in Indian Classical-Folk Fusion dance at the Alabama Dance Festival this year).

<b>December 15, 2008:</b> Notinee will perform at the Third Annual Alabama-India Business Partnership Dinner at <i>The Club</i>.

<b>November 20:</b> Notinee will do a lecture demonstration at the historic Miles College, Birmingham

<b>November 15:</b> Diwali Festival of Light at <a href=“” target=”_blank”>Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center</a>. Saturday, November 15, 2008 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM in the Jemison Concert Hall. For more information contact Saji P Azerf at (205) 942-3351. Presented by the Indian Cultural Association.

<b>Saturday, Sept. 27:</b> Artburst at Unitarian Universalist Church in Birmingham. 7 p.m. Tickets $8 adults, $4 children. Contact Notinee or go to for information.

Bengali Society’s 30th Anniversary in Atlanta. Details TBA.

Bangamela 2008 in Columbus, Ohio

International Dance Festival in Augusta, Ga.

Magic City Art Connection in Birmingham
Pujari in Atlanta