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Satyajit Ravindranath, a graduate of the London Contemporary Dance School, is holding a workshop on western dance styles

Published: 05th May 2015 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th May 2015 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

Fit and Agile

Satyajit Ravindranath is a Movement Artist. He has been training and working professionally in movement art and dance for the past ten years. Satyajit has toured around the world, and gained training in various traditional movement techniques prior to graduating from the London Contemporary Dance School in 2010. Thereafter he trained in contemporary techniques like Contact-Improvisation and Improvisation into Performance.

Later, Saytajit worked in the Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts-Bangalore for two years as a senior artist. Today, he has set up a dance company, Arka. For past one year, he has also been working with Sopanam theater under Kavalam Narayana Panikkar .

Satyajit is holding a workshop for children and adults at Kochi from May 4 for two weeks. This is an introduction to contemporary dance techniques. “The workshop will concentrate on western styles of movement, both classical and contemporary,” says Satyajit. “The aim is to give a wider perspective of how Western contemporary dance techniques can provide, encourage and empower the generation of today helping them to stay fit and agile at the same time. The workshop will culminate with a final performance by the students showcasing what has been learnt.” Contact: 99612 60009.



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