"nAda tanumanisha shankaram namAmi mE manasA shirasA"
2015 has been a
landmark year for GLAC: 30th year of the organization
25th year of Navarathri festival
10th year as a formal organization
5th year of the SAROVAR Festival
1st year of Sangeeth Samraat Idol show
Partnership with The Carr Center, Detroit CEN & Arab American Museum
2016 Membership Drive -- coming soon: While other US based organizations charge our
annual membership rates forjust
one concert; we still firmly believe that the quality and the value we
create will increase membership, thus offsetting the increased cost and
eventually passing the savings to our loyal members. Visit our
membership pagehttp://www.glacmichigan.com/member.htm for
options and on how to become a member including the online option
through our partnership withSulekha.com
Thank you rasikas for the 2015 season..
Looking forward to your support in 2016!
Sangeeth Samraat - Global talent search: Prelims @ SVBF Temple
Oct 10th - 25th Navaratri Festival
of Michigan, (Bharatiya Temple Fundraiser Event)
Oct 24th: Flute Raman, Mysore Srikanth,
Gowrishankar - SVBF Temple
Nov 1st: Nirmala Rajasekar, Ronu Majumdar, Ajeet Pathak,Tanjavur
Murugaboopathi - SVBF Temple
Nov 7th: Hyderabad Seshachari, Jay Balan, Trivandrum Balaji - SVBF
Finale of 2015 -
Nov 21st: Ramakrishnamurthy, RK Shriram Kumar, Arun prakash - SVBF
MiD | Margazhi in Detroit - Music festival Nov.
26th thru. Nov. 29th - SV Temple
The Great Lakes Aradhana Committee or GLAC is
a premier non-profit organization committed to preserving, presenting and
promoting arts in the Great Lakes region.
Our mission is to promote classical arts in
our community for the cause of enrichment, participation and fellowship for art
aficionados in Michigan by bringing quality events on a regular basis with a
bias on membership satisfaction.
GLAC strives in perpetuating the unique
cultural heritage into the mainstream American diaspora with it's events well
attended by people of all ethnicities from the Great Lakes states of the USA and
Click here for an
overview of GLAC --
presented at the Detroit Cultural Exchange Network -- Detroit CEN.
GLAC was originally founded in 1985 and is the
oldest and largest Indo-American art organizations in Michigan. It was formally
incorporated in 2006 as an art resource in SE Michigan by a group of people who
truly appreciate, enjoy and want to promote one of the greatest cultural
traditions which has been passed down over the generations.