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DetailsIndian classical dance continues to captivate artists and audiences all over the world. But why does South Asian dance have an enduring appeal for people of all backgrounds? Award-winning Kathak dancer and choreographer Sonia Sabri hosts and performs in a unique interactive programme which takes a personal look at this question. It features the two most famous classical South Asian dance styles, Kathak and Bharatanatyam, performed by two of their finest exponents in the UK today, Sonia Sabri and Anusha Subramanyam. They are accompanied by young dancers who have dedicated themselves to studying Indian classical dance in the UK today.
Archive listings for Why Do South Asian Dance?
Work type: Dance or ballet
|21 Apr 11||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
listing details L808674985
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