Nrityasree Indian Dance &Music Inc.
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Provides Training and Performances in Indian Classical Dances and Carnatic Music​​
Classical DanceTraining
Carnatic Music
Kathakali Music

 Bharathanatyam,Mohiniyattam,Kuchipudi,Kathak and Kathakali
Three levels of trainings are  offered for each art form

Prerequisites : None
Age: 4 to Adult
Duration:  7 to eight years for Arangettram

Prerequisites :Ages 12 and above
                          3 to 4 years of training
Duration : 3 to 4 years for Arangettram

Prerequisite: Age 16 and above
                       4 to 5 years of training in  
                       Intermediate level

Nrityasree Syllubus and Brochure​​
  1. Bharatanatyam
    Bharathanatyam is an Indian classical Indian dance form that was originated in the Indian state of Tamilnadu. It is extremely traditional and known for its grace, purity, tenderness, statuesque & sculpture poses. It is an artistic yoga that involves the movement of the body parts in a very artistic and elegant manner. It comprises of Bhava, Raga, Tala, and Natya put together as Bharatanatyam. Bharatanatyam is traditionally a performance art that consists of a female solo dancer, who dissolves her identity in rhythm and music, makes her body an instrument, at least for the duration of the dance, for the experience and expression of the spirit. Dance movement traces back to the ancient Natya Shastra (first complete compilation is dated to between 200 BCE and 200 CE).
  2. Kuchipudi
    Kuchipudi is one of the most popular classical dance traditions of India. It is one such unique form of Art which is the tasteful blend of grace and vigor, elevation and sensuality, of control and abandon. With its roots buried in the soil of Andhra Pradesh in India it is perhaps the only tradition that takes its name from the village of its origin. In the early days, the Kuchipudi style of dance was in the form of dance dramas, the main purpose being to inculcate divine ecstasy which invokes immortal bliss and brings one closer to the path of salvation.
  3. Mohiniyattam
    Mohiniyattam is an ancient classical dance form that was originated in 18th Century in Kerala, the southern state of India. This unique dance form is feminine, graceful and characterized body movements, marked by the very fine sway of the torso from side to side, and circular swinging motion of the body. The movements are like the waves in a calm sea.
  4. Kathakali
    Kathakali is an ancient and traditional dance form of Kerala. The word Kathakali literally means "Story-Play". Kathakali uses elaborate make-ups, costumes and background. Kathakali was originated in the 17th century and has its roots in Hindu mythology. Kathakali has a unique combination of literature, music, painting, acting and dance. Kathakali is based on religious themes. They play is mostly based on the two epics 'Ramayana' and 'Mahabharata'.
  5. Kathak
    Kathak is one among the eight major classical dances of India and is derived from the word 'Katha' meaning story telling. This ancient art form is originated in northern India and is popularized during the regime of Mughals and Nawabs.
Carnatic Music
Brochure 2017-2018