Manasamitra is always delivering, planning or involved with a range of different activities at any moment in time. Other current activities are listed below:
The Lullaby adventure that began with Lullaby – the Singing Bowl, has had several variations in different countries with different artists. Each time the Lullaby story is subtly altered by the interpretations of the wider variety of musicians from across the world.
Supriya Nagarajan will support the creative development of South Asian women composers to create new cross-genre fusion work for performance.
Just Enough Madness
This dance based project examines taboos and barriers surrounding mental illness through the S.Indian dance style of Kuchipudi,
Frangipani Nights; a performance of Carnatic and electronic music on the front lawn of the Diggi Palace at the Jaipur Literature Festival.
Seeking the Aether is a brand new collaborative project exploring the elements that make up our natural environment
Inspired by the sounds of nature at dusk Manasamitra has created and recorded a suite of new music.
Manasamitra’s previous work shows the versatility, imagination, creativity and range of art-forms that this company presents. Working with the best artists available in a collaborative and sharing creative space has resulted in a diversity matched by few other companies.
An amazing new Indo-Jazz music fusion, inspired by the songs and instrumental music of Bollywood films, is riotously unique.
Canopy of Voices was the world premiere of Composer Supriya Nagarajan’s Pleiades Ne Maia, presented alongside a performance by local choirs.
This pilot project explored the power of words and simple conversations between diverse communities, focussing on community unity not division.
An early-years musical theatre piece exploring how best to engage young audiences by creating unique theatrical play events.
Supriya Nagarajan’s commissioned work for York Minster created a unique fusion of Carnatic song with traditional English choral harmonies
Inspired by Shiva, the Indian god called on to restore balance to a self-destructive world, Shivoham is a semi-structured improvisation work.
A contemporary-kathak work showing Shiva as the destroyer of evil; the bringer of stability; in a cycle of peace, disturbance, love and lament.
Manasamitra undertakes occasional commissions for installations and other ‘non-performance’ activities, including workshop projects.