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Baryshnikov Arts Center presents Bijayini Satpathy's Digital World Premiere of "Vibhanga"

Baryshnikov Arts Center presents Bijayini Satpathy's Digital World Premiere of "Vibhanga"


Bijayini Satpathy


Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) - Virtual


Monday, February 1, 2021 - 5:00pm daily through February 15, 2021



Bijayini Satpathy

Bijayini Satpathy 


(Digital World Premiere) 

February 1 – February 15 (Monday at 5PM EST until Monday at 5PM EST) 

Free and available on demand at bacnyc.org

Running time: 14 minutes 


In Conversation: Bijayini Satpathy with Mark Morris 

Wednesday, February 10 at 8PM EST 

Live on Zoom 

Free / Registration required at bacnyc.org 

Bangalore-based dancer Bijayini Satpathy’s first choreographic endeavor, Vibhanga, is a non-narrative solo set to a reimagined traditional South Indian music score. Drawing from the curvilinear tendencies of the Odissi dance form and influenced by explorations of rhythm, the work reveals the layered complexities of the classical movement technique.  


Concept and Choreography: Bijayini Satpathy 

Composers: Dhaneswar Swain, Srinibas Satapathy 

Performer: Bijayini Satpathy 

Musicians: Roopa Mahadevan, Sai Raman, S. Kavichelvam, Vishveshwar, Srinibas Satapathy  

Lighting and Set Designer: Sujay Saple 

Cinematography: Mahesh Bhat 

Additional Cinematography: Vanmayi Shetty and Allan Mathew 

Film Location: Bangalore International Centre, Bangalore, India 


Vibhanga is part of a larger work, Abhipsaa, co-commissioned by Baryshnikov Arts Center and Duke University. 

Bijayini Satpathy was a 2014 BAC Presents Artist and was a collaborator of 2016 BAC Space Resident Artist Surupa Sen. 

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