Keli Festivals

A Few Artistic Milestones of Keli

Keli Kathakali Festival 1997
Featuring the 4 ever green Kottayam Stories

Keli Koodiyattam Festival 1998
Presenting the significance of the traditional female characters.

Keli Music Festival 1999
Dedicated to Maharaja Swati Tirunal, featuring his compositions.

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 1999
Featuring the enormous possibilities of traditional rhythm instruments.

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2001
Featuring the 3 different styles of Thayambaka.

Keli Dance Festival 2001
Featuring Diverse styles of Mohiniattam.

Keli Koodiyattam Festival 2003
Featuring the rare female characters

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2005
Featuring rare and vanishing rhythms of Kerala.

Keli Kathakali Festival 2006
Featuring 3 female characters of Lalitha.

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2007
Featuring the 3 unique traditions of Thayambaka

Keli Koodiyattam Festival 2007
Featuring the 3 noble female characters from the epics

Keli Kathakali Festival 2007
Featuring the 3 red beared characters from the epics

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2008
Featuring the 3 unique ensembles of Rhythm

Keli Classical Music Festival 2009
Featuring the 3 different Hindustani Instrumental Music Traditions.

Keli Chau Dance Festival 2010
Featuring 3 styles of Chau Dance Traditions

Keli Classical Children's Rhythm Festival 2011
Featuring the 3 unique ensembles of Rhythm by 100 Child prodigies.

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2012
Featuring the 3 vanishing traditions of Thayambaka

Keli Classical Rhythm Festival 2013
Featuring the 3 aural Rhythm traditions

Keli Indigenous Theatre Festival 2014
Featuring India’s most ancient Maritime Theatre traditions Chavittu Natakam

Keli Classical Theatre Festival 2015 on Kathakali
Featuring the maestro of Kathakali Padmasree Kalamandalam Gopi

Keli Classical Music Festival 2016 on Carnatic music tradition
Exploring the Music of Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna

Keli Festival 2016-17 - Saga of village: an Arts Story
Story of a village told through arts (Celebrating Twenty Five years of KELI’s service to the art)
Saga of village: an Arts Story - Thrukalam
Project Inaguration & Presenting Veerashrungala to Ustad Zakir Hussain