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Nova Dance at Body Percussion Festival 2017

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Three bharatnatyam dancers, no accompaniment other than body based percussion,  the mathematical equation of a jatiswaram – and whatever happens along the way.

Harbourfront Theatre Centre

235 Queens Quay West

December 1 at 8pm

Jatiswaram Remix is generously supported by Toronto Dance Theatre’s Creative Residency Program.

The Body Percussion Festival is presented in association with Harbourfront Centre. More information on the whole festival here.

Decoding Bharatnatyam at the Citadel Feb 14 - 17

Decoding Bharatnatyam showcases the work of award-winning choreographer Nova Bhattacharya and her passion for querying the contemporary and ‘riffing off’ of the classical Indian Bharatnatyam technique to stunning effect. Broken Lines is a love letter to bharatnatyam dancers – ‘a radical work that pulls apart notions of power, tradition and ritual’; Alaap is a thoughtfully crafted meditation on the creation of the universe; and Map of the Known World, the celebrated solo for Bhattacharya commissioned from Peggy Baker, incorporates the poetry, precision and theatricality of a traditional Indian dance style that continues to take its place in Canadian contemporary expression.

Decoding Bharatnatyam features:

Alaap – a solo created for Lucy Rupert

Broken Lines - an award winning duet featuring Neena Jayarajan & Atri Nundy, and

Map of the Known World a solo for Nova by Peggy Baker, with a score by Ed Hanley

Presented by Citadel + Compagnie as part of Bright Nights 17/18.

The Citadel/Ross Centre for Dance

304 Parliament Street

Feb 14 - 17 at 8pm

$20 - $25

Decoding Bharatnatyam

New Studio Series at the Citadel! Dec 10

An informal studio series featuring outstanding dancers Neena Jayarajan (Sept 17) and Atri Nundy (Dec 10) sharing a favourite classical work, as well as a glimpse into something new that they are working on with Artistic Director, Nova Bhattacharya.

Hosted by Citadel + Compagnie

304 Parliament Street, just south of Dundas Street East

Sunday Sept 17 & Sunday Dec 10, 4-5pm

AND IT'S FREE! First in, best dressed.

Studio Series