Dance Arangetrams 2019 Round Up I
Arangetram: Dr. Poonam Modha And Attorney Roopa Modha
Arangetram of sisters, Poonam Modha and Roopa Modha, disciples of Smt. Neena Gulati of Triveni School of Dance, on June 30, 2019 at the Mosesian Center for the Arts, transfixed everyone present and left each attendee speechless, spellbound, and emotional at the end of every piece. So much so that many commented that it felt like they were privy to an intimate expression of service to God.
Arangetram: Rishika Sai Makkena
by S. Ramamoorthy
While I was watching Rishika Sai Makkena’s Bharathanatyam arangetram as one among the many, I went nostalgic recalling the old famous quote, "There is no wisdom or knowledge, no art, no craft or action which is not found in Natya". Rishika is a student of Guru Jeyanthi Ghatraju.
Bharatakalai School Of Dance Arangetrams 2019
This year Sandhya Vellayappan, Vrinda Chandar, Anjali Ramakrishnan, Asha and Alok Shetty, students of Guru Jayshree Bala Rajamani, performed their arangetrams accompanied by an amazing live orchestra from India.
Arangetram: Sruthi Ramesh
'Dancing is an art, The floor is my canvas,
I am the brush, And whatever comes out is from the heart!!!'
These words truly echo the sentiments of the debutante dancer Sruthi Ramesh, as she ascended the stage and mesmerized one and all with her flawless rendition during her Bharatanatyam Arangetram on August 11, 2019, in Salem, NH. Sruthi is a student of Guru Smt. Sujatha Meyyappan.
Arangetram: Jeyashakthi Kannan
by Sandhiya Krishnan
Jeyasakthi Kannan, a junior in Lowell Catholic high school performed a laudable Bharathanatya Arangetram on 18th August 2019 at Littleton, MA. A student of Smt. Ranjani Saigal, the evening was fine proof of Jeyasakthi’s talents as a accomplished dancer.
Arangetram: Divya Natarajan
by Leela Raja
As a former professional Bharatanatyam dancer, I can categorically say, Divya Natarajan’s performance was an exceptional illustration of what can be accomplished with focus, determination, a striving for perfection, and persistence. For a teenager to have such command of her emotive essence is quite unusual.
Arangetram: Aanika Patel And Reethika Digumarthy
by Samiha Datta
After participating in a pooja with their Guru and Aanika’s grandparents, Reethika and Aanika performed pieces in Bharatanatyam, Kuchipudi, and Odissi. They began their program with a dance in the lyrical style of Odissi: an invocation to Ganesha called Pada Vande
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