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Young talents will rock at ‘Arangetram’ Abu Dhabi

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Abu Dhabi, Jan 23: A young teen 13-year old Clarissa Fernandes, is all set to perform an Arangetram on January 31, 2014, at Indian Social Centre Abu  Dhabi at 6.00 pm. Along with her, other performers will also shake the leg at the stage that are Madhav Menon, Riya.R, Preethi.J, Gayathri.S, Naima.N, Srinidhi.J to perform after the years of dedication, commitment and determination.

Need they say how grateful they are to their teacher Asha Nair an icon of perfection, hard work, motivating and inspiring force and energy.

Arangetram, he or she would depict Indian culture and traditions in rhythmic dance form and art. A hard-earning achievement of  Clarissa is a proud moment for Konkani speaking Mangaloreans. Ours is a society where children are fond of Western dance and parents are reluctant to encourage their children to venture into Indian classical dance. But for parents of Clarissa, Dinesh and Cynthia who are in Abu Dhabi it is a different cup of tea.

For those not familiar with the term ‘Arangetram’ a little description: It is the name given within the South Indian dance tradition Bharatnatayam to a dancer’s debut on-stage performance of classical dance. The term is derived from two

Tamil words: Arangam and Erru, which together mean ‘to ascend the stage’. The Kannada word of it is ‘Rangapravesha’. It refers to the graduation ceremony where the Guru presents his or her Shishya (pupil) to the public. One can say that it  is the culmination  of  many years of learning dance and marks the beginning of a dancer’s life, where one crosses the threshold  from student to professional artist. As a first milestone in one’s journey as dancer, in

They never hesitated to plunge their child into classical dance right from her childhood and were very supportive in  her years of training, hours of practice, hard work and dedication. It is an amazing moment of  satisfaction for them as they bask in their daughter’s successful accomplishment. 

The young teen is also fond of painting, art and public speaking. As an emerging talent she looks forward to imbibing fresh ideas and exploring new platforms to perform big.

 

 

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