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Upcoming Events

Dancing My Kali WIP showcase
June 23rd @ 5 pm
Nrityadarpana Studio, Dublin, CA

Supported by ACTA 2024

Sisters
Aug 1st & 2nd 
ODC, SF

Paufve Dance will show new works in progress examining relationships between women, with a focus on sisters and sisterly bonds.
 

Choreography by Randee Paufve in collaboration with dancers: Shruti Abhishek, Molly Levy, Juliana Monin,  Elizabeth Zepeda

Photo: Sloane Larsen, Dancers: Molly Levy and Madison McGain

Margam (Lec-dem)
Aug 4th @ 2 pm
Livermore Library

Shruti Abhishek with Sindhu Natarajan on Vocal, Nadhi Thekkek on Nattuvagam & Aishwarya Subramaniam on Piano.

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Photo: Kyle Anderson

Duet with Nadhi Thekkek
May 1st @ 8 pm
The Lost Church, SF

Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month with the Sampaguitas.

Kshetram School of Dance
April 27th @ 12 pm
Livermore Library

Students of Kshetram School of Dance presented at the Del Nino Family festival.

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Rogue Gestures/Foreign bodies

April 7th @ 3 pm.
Bankhead Theatre, Livermore, CA.

Rogue Gestures/Foreign bodies

March 27th @ 7:30 pm.
Maryland Hall, Annapolis, MD.

Paufve Dance WIP Showing 
 

June 10th @ 5 pm

Register here
 

As part of the Intersection for the Arts Space Activation Artist-in-Residence Program, Paufve Dance will show new works in progress examining relationships between women, with a focus on sisters and sisterly bonds.
 

Choreography by Randee Paufve in collaboration with dancers: Shruti Abhishek, Molly Levy, Madison McGain, Juliana Monin, Randee Paufve, Elizabeth Zepeda

Photo: Sloane Larsen, Dancers: Molly Levy and Madison McGain

The ArtEchoes Series 

May 21st @ 5 pm

Register here

The ArtEchoes Series is an initiative by Shruti Abhishek and the Kshetram School of Dance that aims to inspire and educate kids through live performances. The series provides a unique opportunity for young audiences to learn, be inspired, and engage with the artists in candid conversations about their practice. By attending these performances, kids can expand their horizons, gain a deeper appreciation of the arts, and develop their own creativity.

Join us and be a part of this exciting journey!

 

Our first Guest Artist is Vedya Spurthi Konda.

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When Eyes Speak South Asian Choreography Fest 2023: "Ghadar" in the Mission

May 12-13-14

Ticket Link

When Eyes Speak presents a historic collaboration between Duniya Dance & Drum, Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour.

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