These are delivered by Yuva Gati programme director Anusha Subramanyam and provide an excellent opportunity to experience the high quality training the scheme offers. It also gives dancers the chance to understand how the training works and the many benefits they can receive by being a Yuva Gati student.
DanceXchange run the national South Asian dance strand that provides training in Bharatanatyam or Kathak styles for young people living across England. ‘Yuva Gati’, meaning ‘Youth Movement’ was launched in January 2009 in partnership with Sampad Arts.
We deliver outreach workshops in lower arts engagement areas and our programme can offer financial support bursaries offered by the Department of Education. The workshop is open for parents to come and observe with the opportunity to engage in a discussion with Anusha Subramanyam about any questions they may have.
Workshops up and coming in 2017
1 April / Woodhouse Park Lifestyle Centre (Jayanthi Sivakumar) / Manchester
2 April / Nataraj Dance Academy (Jayanthi Sivakumar) / Oldham
9 April / Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (Devaki Thomas) / West Kensington
30 April / New Art Exchange (Vina Ladwa) / Nottingham
6 May / Silverdale Youth and Community Centre (Anuradha Seth) / Reading
If you are interested in attending or hosting a Yuva Gati outreach workshop, please contact Anita Srivastava firstname.lastname@example.org
Workshops we have delivered so far in 2017
4 March / St. Marks Basford Church Hall (Priya Sundar) / Stoke-on-Trent
5 March / Dance Studio Leeds (Devika Rao) / Leeds
11 March / Annapurna Indian Dance (Shantha Rao) / Halifax
24 March / Northern School of Contemporary Dance (Lorna Donaghy) / Leeds
26 March / The Maybury Centre & Frimley Village Hall (Bhagya Lakshmi) / Woking / Surrey
Allows you to explore dance in a new and exciting way!