Students at Nadroop, under the guidance of Guru Shama Bhate, work unitedly towards every task they undertake – Be it organizing workshops or Seminars, festivals or examinations.
We conduct regular exams for our students. Young dancers are given a platform through our Annual Programs.
We at Nadroop are open for collaborations and activities that promote Indian classical arts in society.
Some of our unique endeavours are been listed below:
‘Akhanda Swara-Laya-Nupur-Naad Shraddhanjali’ -
a 12-hourlong, continuous dance and music activity dedicated to Guru Pt. Rohini ji Bhate on her birth anniversary, organised by Nadroop since 2009.
fragile yet fragrant: An experiment of using dance therapy to help the mentally and physically underprivileged kids running successfully since 2008.
Launch of ‘Solo Dance Movement’ in March 2007 in order to re-establish and popularise solo dance recitals, which were once the tradition of all Indian classical dance styles, but are now fast becoming extinct.
‘In Tandem’ -
a project on the mélange of Kathak and Bharatanatyam with Deepakji Mujumdar, 2008.
project with George Brooks — renowned Jazz musician from the US creating music and dance pieces, July 2004.