Prestige Srihari Khoday, Centre for Performing Arts – opens in the IT Capital of India, Bengaluru, offering a multitude of opportunities for the display of finest art and cultural activities. The 1,09,806 sq ft centre will be a one-of-a-kind experience for performing artists to showcase their art & a unique experience for all art and performance lovers.
The fully integrated Centre for Performing Arts with state-of-the-art amenities is divided into three segments, the centre houses a 1000 seated Broadway theatre, a 500-capacity banquet hall and a 500-seater open-air amphitheater, making it the most desirable community and social space in the city. The centre comprises of all the facilities for the artists like multiple green rooms, makeup rooms, lounge, high class latest lights and sound facilities, a huge stage of 77 ft width x 45 ft depth area and many more.
The Centre for Performing Arts is being inaugurated with the beauty of music recreated by the Sarod Maestro Ustaad Amjad Ali Khan, his sons Amaan Ali Bangash and Ayaan Ali Bangash, and his 8-year-old grandsons Zohaan and Abeer. The audience will get a soulful experience to witness the 8th generation performing live in Bengaluru. Centre for Performing Arts is the perfect platform to host this breathtaking performance.
Prestige Group’s vision with the Centre for Performing Arts is to make it a place that welcomes and encourages artists by providing them a platform to showcase their talent. Performing arts such as musicals to Broadway theatres, this centre is built to transform to any form as needed. A truly versatile stage set by the Prestige Group, that opens avenues for artists from the world over. This centre is located on Kanakapura Road adjacent to the recently inaugurated Forum Mall. It is also connected to the Konanakunte Cross metro station.
Irfan Razack, Chairman and Managing Director, Prestige Group said, “It is our honor to host the illustrious three generations at Prestige Srihari Khoday, Centre for Performing Arts. India offers a plethora of rich cultural traditions and as a brand that defines the epitome of true Indian luxury, we aim to curate an experience that will enrich, delight our audience, and reinforce the emotional connection with the brand. The Prestige Group and Forum as a brand look forward to many more collaborations like this in the future and inspire artists to come forward and show their art.”
Indian classical sarod player, Ustaad Amjad Ali Khan said, “Teaching music is an incomparable journey where the guru leads you from the visible to the invisible, from the material to the divine, from the ephemeral to the eternal. During the lockdown, Ayaan was able to spend a lot of time with Zohaan and Abeer and that was a great progress for them, musically. They played their first track, called Our Love, for my birthday in 2020, which was the greatest birthday present for me. I always look forward to spending time with both of my grandchildren. I teach them frequently. They need blessings and love to take forward the precious gift of music. I am so glad that they are able to present their first public performance in Kolkata, a city that has hosted generations of our family. I am so grateful to the Prestige Group for presenting the Centre for Performing Arts in Bengaluru for artists to get a perfect platform.