Swathi Subramanian launches
SwaRaag Performing Arts, Inc. (SPA) a non-profit organization that strives to
promote and propel the Arts. Ms. Subramanian who is a student of reputed dance
teachers, Ms. Sridevi Thirumalai & Ms. Matangi Varadan has become a familiar
face and is often seen as the host and organizer of several events especially
the Bollywood Music & Dance Competitions in the Boston area. This year on Oct 26th, she plans
to re-vitalize the Competition event under the banner of SwaRaag or SPA.
“The sound of music & the beat of dance is
something that rings in my soul…. something that creates bliss in me,”
Subramanian said. “This is something I would like to share with others!”.
The Oct 26th Bollywood
Music & Dance Competition will introduce 4 different categories, Solo Song,
Duo Song, Duo Dance and Group Dance.
SwaRaag’s Bollywood Competition
is geared towards encouraging talent and creating a place for teachers, artists
and students alike to present their finest in an entertaining format. Ms.
Subramanian who brought contestants from as far a California
last year, hopes to steadily attract the talented pool from all over the US and build a
noticeable platform. “As a student and lover of Music & Dance, I am
extremely excited to organize SwaRaag’s Bollywood Competition with renewed
categories and refreshed energies.” she said.
Also gracing the Oct 26th
Bollywood Competition event is playback singer Anuradha Palakurthi who is
planning a stellar Celebrity segment along with our extremely talented music &
dance competition winners Parag Joshi, Nalini Krishnan, Nidhi Tare, Anusha
Kulkarni, Sahana Srinivasan, Valentino Almeida, Debaleena Bandopadhyay,
Nagaraju Cemitathollu & Manasi Danke. This special feature with Ms.
Palakurthi is slated to be a unique presentation of Bollywood hits from various
There will also be a MELA, where
vendors will have the opportunity to display goods for sale. For table details email
SwaRaag Facebook page offers free
tickets on trvia wins.
Event starts at 4PM on Oct 26th,
venue to be published on SwaRaag.org