Kalamandir Dance Company (501c3) is a contemporary dance ensemble that uses the vocabulary of classical Indian dance to explore new spaces of artistic expression. Instead of diminishing the foundation of our classical styles, we look to investigate their communicative potential when merged with Western dance traditions. Using Odissi, Kathak, Bharatanatyam, Capoeira, Flamenco, Modern and Ballet training, our dancers converse with movement and create dialogue with expression. We are driven by creativity, human emotions, and a desire to be released from the four walls of our daily existence. Our movement vocabulary aims to create a reachable area for all people to participate and communicate.
KALAMANDIR DANCE COMPANY AUDITIONS -- MAY 14TH! Auditions coming up on May 14th, 2015 at 8:00am at Broadway Dance Center! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP!
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Celebrate the sizzle of Summer with us! Midsummer Night Mela is an evening of coming together and community! It combines our popular all-levels Contemporary Indian Dance Workshop with the first convergence of all the KDC Principal Dancers with the new KDC NYC branch! Both groups will be showing work informally and sharing thoughts on the creative process at the end of →
KDC in New York Kalamandir Dance Company (501c3) started a branch in New York City in March 2014. Currently there are 15 new members, and rehearsals have been going strong! If you would like to be a part of this branch, please email email@example.com with a headshot, dance picture, and a short essay as to why you would like to join →
"A cheeky piece surveying a magical world, Reve(a)l depicts the midnight meeting of two dancers, Donia Salem and Brinda Guha. Choreographer Malabika Guha (with Kalamandir Dance Company) crafts a pleasing blend of classical Indian dance seasoned with contemporary flair to a thumping soundtrack by Prem Joshua and SBTRKT. The two — attired in black tops, loose culottes, and full face →