National Centre for the Performing Arts
The Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation believes that it is necessary to support and promote young performers who otherwise find it difficult to find platforms to present their art. To this end, the Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation supported the NCPA in conducting self-sustainable events that give young classical music and dance artistes in Mumbai a platform to showcase their talent. The Foundation has also supported various performances at the NCPA that were representative of the rich and diverse culture of India’s performing arts.
To encourage young talent to pursue the rich Indian traditions of dance and music.
The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), in Mumbai, India, was established by Bharat Ratna J. R. D. Tata in 1969. India’s premier cultural institution, NCPA was the first multi-venue, multi-purpose cultural centre to be built in South Asia. The NCPA is committed towards establishing a national centre for the preservation and promotion of classical, traditional and contemporary performing and visual arts. The Centre also aims to establish, equip and maintain schools, auditoriums, libraries, archives, museums, studios, workshops and other facilities necessary to promote the arts.