Sri Abiramy Dance Academy is a leading performing arts organization in Ontario with students in Toronto, Mississauga and Waterloo. The organization was formed in 1995 by Smt. SenthilSelvi Sureswaran, who is the artistic and managing director of the organization. Sri Abiramy Dance Academy is created to preserve and spread South Indian classical Dance among fellow Canadians and to help build a cultural mosaic in the province of Ontario.
Sahil Khan is a celebrity Indian Flautist from Canada, who has played for over 100 albums and performed with several acclaimed Bollywood artists. His recent performances include world-class venues in Canada, United States, India, Europe and Middle East. He has a very prominent presence on YouTube with his individual flute covers reaching over 2 million views. He has also collaborated with renowned YouTube artists such as Aakash Gandhi, Jonita Gandhi and Shirley Setia to name a few. One of his significant collaborations, Pani Da Rang has been viewed more than 4 million times. His other collaborations include working with Coke studio artists such as the fusion band Josh and electro fusion artist Karsh Kale.
Neeti Dream N Dance has been performing for over 3 years in India and 10 years here in Ontario. NDD is an exploration and expression of the themes of time and memory through contemporary dance, in an attempt to define them in beautiful steps. With an aim to provide quality dance training and making dance available to all, Neeti Dream N Dance classes run throughout the year at multiple locations for students from ages four to older adults providing them with training in various styles by Aradhana’s expert faculty.
Nritya Kala Mandir, literally translated as “Temple for Dance”, is a school for committed budding artists to learn for excellence and to practice for perfection in order to express their devotion to dance. It was a dream by Kanan Bhatt, the Founder Director, to bring ethnic dance to every individual who had inclination, interest and passion for the art forms and thus to keep the ethnic culture alive into the hearts of younger generations. This aspiration accompanied by the dedication for dance led Kanan to start mentoring dance enthusiasts in Bharat Natyam, Indian classical dance form, thus laying the foundation of Nritya Kala Mandir, initially in Ahmedabad, India in 1987 and later in Toronto, Canada in 2001. At present, Nritya Kala Mandir trains young students at four locations across GTA.
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