Known for their innovative approach to presenting the tradition and heritage of Indian culture and art, Three Aksha brings the beautiful intricacies of Indian dance and music to public audiences in “Natyashastra: the Oldest Surviving Stagecraft in the World.” A […]Read more ›
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by Lewis J. Whittington for The Dance Journal Three Aksha Dance Company artistic director Viji Rao’s devised a dazzling program of traditional and contemporary Indian dance titled “samAni” at the Painted Bride July 3. The performance was comprised of excerpts […]Read more ›
Eight years of choreography by Three Aksha culminates with performance of samAni at The Painted Bride on July 3rd
Eight years of choreography culminates in a dance performance accompanied by live music on July 3, 2016 at the Painted Bride Art Center. “samAni” will revisit old favorites from the Three Aksha repertoire of Bharatanatyam and other Indian classical and […]Read more ›
by Juan Irizarry for The Dance Journal Master Bharatanatyam artist Professor C. V. Chandrasekhar is one of India’s most highly regarded and, at age 79, longest practitioners of the form. After a two-week workshop process with the master, Philadelphia-based dance […]Read more ›
By Merilyn Jackson For The Inquirer Philadelphia’s dancers have built a community that’s the envy of other cities around the country. A Washington City Paper article last month cited Headlong Dance Theater as a ringleader, quoting one of its founders, […]Read more ›