Move to the rhythm

Move to the rhythm

Just dance

Move to the rhythm

It’s said that ‘dancing is like dreaming with your feet’. The team of Tarantismo Creative Dance Company truly believe in this as they showcase some amazing dance pieces when they perform.

Every year, they have annual programs like ‘Circle of Dance’ and ‘Footlight’ that takes place in the City. They gather dance enthusiasts over the months, train them and showcase the final performance to their family and friends.

The year 2015 was a rather eventful one for them as they did a number of interesting acts around the country. They were part of the teaching faculty at many reputed dance fests and events including Chandigarh Dance Festival and India International Dance Congress.

The team also taught belly dance and conducted improv in Mumbai and Delhi as part of the Yanis Marshall Tour. But one of the highlights was when Bollywood choreographer, Terence Lewis, invited them to perform at his yearly dance fest, ‘Jugnee’.

The dancers also buzzed the Kempegowda International Airport recently as they did a flash mob for the ‘Season of Smiles’ campaign.

But this year, they hope to pull more crowd with their annual event, Footlight, in the month of April. The classes for students will be conducted in Indiranagar, Sadashivnagar, Sahakarnagar, Kamanahalli, Jayanagar and Koramangala starting this month. ‘Footlight’ is a platform for students to show their talents at the end of a three-month cause in Belly Dance, Contemporary and Bollywood, for both children and adults.

The dancers will performance in front of a huge audience on a beautiful stage with fancy costumes, stunning make-up, jazzy lights and exciting props. It’s sure to be an extravagant affair for all dance lovers.

However, the day before the main event is going to be a fun workshop with ‘Dance India Dance’ season one winner, Salman Yusuff Khan, who was also a former dancer with Tarantismo. All the proceeds that will be raised is to be donated to ‘Mahla Dakshata Samiti’, an NGO that helps bring light to the conditions of underprivileged children and women.

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