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Artistic Director & Dancer Spotlight: Payal Kadakia

By on Jun 26, 2014

Payal started dancing under the instruction of Guru Usha Patel. Payal has trained in various classical and folk styles of Indian dance, in addition to ballet, modern, and jazz. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight Rashi Birla

By on Jun 26, 2014

Rashi has trained in both western and eastern styles of dance including Kathak with Pandit Chitresh Das, Bollywood, jazz, tap, modern and hip-hop. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight: Vaneeta Shah

By on Jun 23, 2014

Vaneeta began her training as a classical Bharatanatyam dancer under the guidance of Srimathi Chitra Ramaswami. Vaneeta made her on-stage debut with a 3-hour performance in 2008. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight: Gayatri Patel Bahl

By on Jun 20, 2014

Gayatri Patel Bahl is an actress and trained Kathak dancer. Dancing since the age of seven, she has trained with Saroj Khan, Vijayshree Chaudhary & at Terrence Lewis’ Academy. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight: Mira Nair

By on Jun 18, 2014

Mira has been trained in ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop and lyrical. She competed nationally in ballet, jazz and lyrical for 7 years and graduated to pointe ballet at the age of 15. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight: Minila Shah

By on Jun 16, 2014

Meet Minila Shah. Minila is the Founder and Director of Ajna Dance Company, a New York based Indian dance company that offers Bollywood, Bhangra and Classical Indian dance classes for adults and children. Read More…

Dancer Spotlight: Kanika Chadda Gupta

By on Jun 11, 2014

Known for her technical expertise, captivating expressions, and keen ability for storytelling through dance, Kanika Chadda Gupta began training in both Hindustani vocal music (under Smt. Shashi Verma) and Kuchipudi Indian classical dance at the Kalinidhi Dance School (under Smt. Anuradha Nehru, disciple of Guru Vempati Chinna Satyam) at age five. Read More …

About the Upcoming Sa Dance Company Showcase

By on Jun 9, 2014

FIll my heart,” instructs a song in the repertoire. And the Sa Dance Company does, by transforming into a village, a war scene, boatmen, a herd of flamingos. Through movement, structure, and expression the dancers convey stories. READ MORE…