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Deepti Gupta

 
Andrea Nann, Deepti Gupta, Winnie Ho, Charo Foo Tai Wei

CanAsian Dance's KickStart

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
March 19-21 mars 2020
Asian

 
Charo Foo Tai Wei, Deepti Gupta, Winnie Ho, Andrea Nann

Festival KickStart 2020

Performance | Spectacle

Montréal QC
May 1-3 mai 2020
Contemporary

 
Kitt Johnson, Susie Burpee, Linnea Swan, Deepti Gupta, Marie-Josée Chartier, Pia Bouman

Older & Reckless #41

Performance | Spectacle

Toronto ON
November 9-10 novembre 2018
8:00 | 20:00
Contemporary

 
Deepti Gupta, BaKari I. Lindsay

ANGIKAM Seminar in Kathak and Choreography

Workshop | Classe

Toronto ON
September 30-1 octobre 2017
Kathak

 

Pursuing Pauses with Patience at Angikam Seminar

Kathak guru Nahid Siddiqui advises students to slow down while chasing the beat By Aparita Bhandari

Patience might be the last word that many kathak dancers think of when either practising or preparing for a show. After all, for the most part, kathak is known these days for fast, stomping footwork and pirouettes that leave the audience dizzy in their seats. But for Nahid Siddiqui, one of the foremost proponents of kathak today, patience is the key to unlocking the potential – of both the form and the dancer.

Angikam: Seminar in Dance And Kathak

Classical Indian dancer Deepti Gupta and her dancers in performance before the inaugural Angikam: Seminar in Dance And Kathak.

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