The National Indian Arts Awards, which are now into their fourth year, honour the best talent in classical Indian music and dance, both nationally and internationally. South Asians who migrated to England over the past 70 years, have always aspired to ensure that their children, as well as their local communities, have good opportunities to learn about their arts and heritage through teaching and performances. Over the decades several dedicated professionals have worked tirelessly for making this possible. Up and down the British Isles there are schools, classes and art organisations working tirelessly for this cause. But while there are numerous ways of recognizing the sterling contribution of people in Business, Finance, Medicine and other professional categories, there has never been any national award that recognizes and celebrates such dedicated work in the Arts. The awards serve as a way of recognising this dedication as well as applauding and supporting the most talented young musicians these professionals have inspired. The evening promises to be the pinnacle of the UK Indian Arts calendar.
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