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Classical And Contemporary Dance Takes Centrestage At Adhyaya 2016

Roshni posted on 22 October

What Is It?

Focusing on the 'essence of dance and its versatility', Nritarutya {city-based Indian contemporary dance company} brings another edition of Adhyaya, their dance festival which happens every two years. Designed to be a platform for well-known and promising artistes who are touted to be 'the next big thing', the performers are selected by the Nritarutya team from across the country. For the upcoming sixth edition, two dancers, Arushi Mudgal and Vishwakiran Nambi will be taking over the stage with their enthralling performances.

Who Is It For?

While it's perfect for contemporary or classical dance enthusiasts, this one also makes for a nice break from the regular gigs that you might be used to. Worth skipping the Friday night parties for, we think.

Why Should I Go For It?

Sit back as city-based dancer and choreographer, Vishwakiran brings to the stage his blend of contemporary and classical dance. Known for her Odissi dance style, Delhi-based Arushi Mudgal's creative approach to tradition is what you'll get to see in Sopaan, her performance piece. For aspiring dancers, the young artiste will also be holding an exclusive beginners' workshop before the festival. Go on and join this celebration of dance, folks!

When: Workshop on Thursday, November 3; Adhyaya 2016 on Friday, November 4

Where: Workshop - Nritarutya Dance Studio, 475, 1st floor, 39th C Cross, 9th Main, 5th Block, Jayanagar; Adhyaya 2016 at ADA Ranga Mandira, 109, JC Road

Price: INR 500 for workshop, Free entry for performance

Timings: 6.30 pm onwards

Contact: +91 9916072270

Find the event on Facebook here.

Find more details of the workshop here.

Feature Photo: Inni Singh (L), Manasi (R)