Spring classes begin on March 31!

For rates and Registration, submit a message on the form below or email malinianddancers@gmail.com.

Bharatanatyam Classes for CHILDREN

Sundays 10-10:50am/4-6 year olds: Beginner Bharatanatyam. Introduction to Bharatanatyam using child-friendly methods to introduce your little dancer to the rhythms, music and movement of Bharatanatyam. At Chhaya in Jackson Heights, Queens, NY.

Winter Session: Sundays from 1/20/19 -3/17/19 9 classes/ $160

Spring Session: Sundays from 3/31/19 - 6/23/19 (no class 4/21 or 5/27) 11 classes/ $200

Thursdays 4:30-5:45pm/6-16 year olds: Intermediate Bharatanatyam For students who have learned Kalakshetra style adavus or are transitioning styles. Warm up and adavu class focuses on developing and maintaining posture and core strength. Nritta and nritya pieces including Alarippu, Jathiswaram, Sabdam, Thillana. Indian Consulate, NY, NY.

Winter Session: Thursdays from 1/17/19 - 3/14/19 9 classes /$200, Drop-in rate $25

Spring Session: Thursdays from 4/4/19 - 6/20/19 (no class 4/25) 11 classes/ $250, Drop-in rate $25

Bharatanatyam Classes for ADULTS

Thursdays 6-7pm/Adult: Advanced Beginner Bharatanatyam. For adult students who background in adavus and 1-2 pieces and want to build a strong foundation in the Kalakshetra style. Classes focus on alignment, structure, rhythm, and adavus/dance steps.  Indian Consulate, NY, NY.

Winter Session: Thursdays from 1/17/19 - 3/14/19 9 classes/$200, Drop-in rate $25

Spring Session: Thursdays from 4/4/19 - 6/20/19 (no class 4/25) 11 classes/ $250, Drop-in rate $25

Thursdays 7-8:15pm/Adult Intermediate/Mixed-level Bharatanatyam. For students who have studied Kalakshetra-style Bharatanatyam. Nritta and nritya pieces including Alarippu, Jathiswaram, Sabdam, Padam, Thillana, and Kirtanam. Indian Consulate, NY, NY.

Winter Session: Thursdays from 1/17/19 - 3/14/19 $200, Drop-in rate $25

Spring Session: Thursdays from 4/4/19 - 6/20/19 (no class 4/25) 11 classes/ $250, Drop-in rate $25

A note from the teacher:

As a teacher, I aim to transmit to my students the discipline and rigor of Kalakshetra-style training along with the ease and joy that my mother and grandmother embodied as dance artists. I encourage each of my students to cultivate a uniquely personal understanding of classical technique. This involves understanding how one's body relates to classical form, and how each of our personal experiences informs our understanding of poetry, characters and content. Many students combine private classes with group classes in order to enjoy the dynamics of the group while growing as an solo dancer. I see each class as an opportunity to bring a different aspect of the Bharatanatyam tradition alive wherever we may be.

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