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Rego Park, Queens
98-11 Queens Boulevard Studio 1
At 65th Ave
Rego Park, New York 11374 (Map)
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- Class Level: Beginner
- Age Requirements: 13 and older
- Average Class Size: 5
What you'll learn in this indian dance class:
Taking this class, students will learn and eventually be able to apply basics of Barata Naytham such as an articulate use of arms, leg and eye movement. Musicality is strongly emphasized in Classical Indian dance.
Refund & Cancellation PolicyNo charge for the first lesson. If a person is truly unhappy, and has registered for a whole semester (5 months), then a partial refund will be given within the first 30 days for the credit due, minus payment for the classes taken. Disputes are handled on a case by case basis. We always try and benefit the customer.
Teacher: Vaishali Chaudhuri
(Indian Dance) is the Director, Arts & Culture for Institute of International Social Development, an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations. Vaishali an exponent of the ancient Thanjore style of Bharatanatyam (temple dance of India) started learning this ancient art form at the tender age of four from renowned guru N. Pandarinathan Pillai. She started teaching this rare art form at the age of twelve and has won innumerable accolades and recognition for her performances, teaching and choreography. She was awarded the Woman of the year by the American Biographical Society for her contribution to dance in the year 2002. Among her recent pioneering performances are a Bharathanatyam dance presentation at the showcasing of Indian culture and handicrafts at the United Nations Tribal Exhibition on May 26, 2005 and another performance at the Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium at the United Nations at the ECOSOC High-Level Segment on July 1, 2005. She was also a part of a program for Neighborhood Concert Series organized by the world-renowned The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall entitled “Sounds of India” that featured Indian Classical Dance. Vaishali wishes to share this ancient and rare art form with the rest of the world and towards fulfilling this goal she teaches this art form in Forest Hills, Queens on weekends.
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School: The DanceSource
We are a well-known, professional Ballet and in Rego Park, New York, and has been in the Forest Hills community since 1994. We merged with Ballet Arts of Forest Hills in 2006 which had been in Rego Park since 1975), bringing together two strong ballet programs to the community. We provide our students...
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