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City on a contemporary jig

Think Magical’s two-hour programme recently had participants learning spatial and speed dynamics of dance.

Published: 04th April 2017 11:16 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th April 2017 04:56 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Think Magical’s two-hour programme recently had participants learning spatial and speed dynamics of dance. Contemporary movement, a dance workshop by the group at Lamakaan recently, attracted over 30 participants, a mix of students, working professionals, business men/women, and homemakers.

“Such workshops are for upcoming artists or the beginners who want to learn the basics of contemporary dance and want to network and turn passion into a career,” says team Think Magical, a team of creative professionals formed to bring innovative solutions in the fields of photo/videography, event management and fashion designing besides community
service.

Think Magical is the brainchild of Indraja Siripuram, a software engineer by profession who believes in helping others. “We want to create some magical moments in other’s life too,” she says. Last week featured Durga, a contemporary dance choreographer who taught students how to explore organic movement principles, spatial and speed dynamics and of course creating vocabulary using the body as a tool for expression. The participants ranged from upcoming dancers, students, sports people, fitness enthusiasts, yoga practitioners and homemakers.



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