Membership Drive: 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
2014 Fall 'Smashing Season' lineup...
Saturday, November 15, 6:00pm SVBF - Sharadamba Temple 26325 Halsted Road, Farmington Hills, MI
GLAC and SVBF present
"Divine Strings - A Carnatic Violin Concerto"
Violin: Sri. Purnaprajna Bangere
Mridangam: Sri. Rajshekar Athmakuri
Kanjira: Karthik Venkatraman Free dinner after the concert.
Saturday, December 6, 6:00pm SVBF Temple fundraiser SVBF 26325 Halsted Road Farmington Hills Michigan 48320
Saxophone: Dr Sumanth Swaminathan
Violin: Jayshankar Balan
Mridangam: Vinod Seetharaman Free dinner after the concert.
August 22, 2014 7:00 PM Vocal: Dr. Sumathi Krishnan
Violin : Smt. Bhargavi Prabhu
Mridangam: Shri. Rajashekar Atmakuri
Bharatiya Temple 6850 N Adams Rd, Troy, MI 48098 FREE ADMISSION! ALL ARE WELCOME!!
Trigalbandhi - Chitraveena N. Ravikiran & Tarun
Bhattacharya & Sanchita Bhattacharya Presented by Sankara Eye Foundation March 8th 2014
Birmingham Groves High School
20500 W 13 Mile Rd, Beverly Hills, MI
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
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.