The 7th Edition of the Ballet Expose to Return to Jaipur on 4 June

Reading Time: 2 minutes

The 7th edition of the Ballet Exposé will be organised on 4 June at the Maharana Pratap Auditorium in Jaipur. This year, the ballet expose is themed ‘Nature Nurtures Art’ meaning how nature inspires creativity and is beautifully expressed through the movement of our body. As many as 50 participants between the ages of 5 to 45 years will perform Ballet and Salsa dance forms to authentic Latin, Classical and Bollywood tunes. This was informed by Mrs Adittee S Mansingka, the founder of Stripes Inc which is organizing the event in association with Muskaan, a joint initiative of Education For All Trust with Prabha Khaitan Foundation.

File Photo of Ballet Expose performance

Mrs Sumitra Ray, Student Programme Advisor, Prabha Khaitan Foundation said: “We at the Prabha Khaitan Foundation believe in nurturing creativity and artistic development. It is a pleasure to collaborate with Stripes Inc this year for the 7th Ballet Expose in Jaipur, to help promote ballet as a dance form and to explore children’s creativity and interest.”

File photo of Ballet Expose performance

The show will be focused on beautiful Russian Ballet sequences performed by young teenage girls and ladies. It will also be a one-of-its-kind ballet, ballroom and Latin dance showcase where the participants will dance to authentic Latin music and classical Ballet music pieces. There will also be a unique Ballet and Bharatnatyam fusion dance sequence. The purpose of the Ballet Exposé is to promote Ballet as a dance form and attain recognition from the masses. It also aims to promote uniqueness in the minds of children and adults and how to move out of the box and dance with their hearts and soul.

About Stripes Inc.

Stripes Inc is an events company which primarily organizes culturally rich programs/workshops. The main focus of the company is to initiate innovative programs in the city. Under its aegis, Stripes, in 2022, introduced the Ballet dance form for the first time in Jaipur which gradually gained widespread popularity. Till now, over 300 girls and ladies have been trained under this initiative

About Muskaan

Muskaan seeks to popularize and teach arts, culture, heritage and literature among the young children in India by weaving them into the formal and informal education system. This is done by engaging students in diverse activities like cultural programmes, story-telling, theatre, dance, music and performing arts which is organized in collaboration with our national and international institutes and associations. Muskaan also supports needy and marginalized students by providing them with tuition/coaching classes; stationeries and study materials; distributing nutritious food and providing basic hygiene amenities. Shree Cement Ltd supports Muskaan under their CSR.

The following two tabs change content below.

Reetu416

Twenty something. Aries. Single and Fabulous. Loves Shopping. Has an unhealthy adoration for all things make up and beauty related. Believes that red lipstick can bring about world peace. Never thought good eyebrows would have so much power.

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on pinterest
Pinterest
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

On Key

More Articles

Vegan food in Jaipur

Pink City goes vegan friendly

Veganism has been gaining momentum globally. A vegan diet is essentially plant-based and abstains from the use of any animal products or by-products. While health and wellness are the prime reasons for choosing such a diet, sensitivity towards animals also has a major influence in making people turn into vegans. The growing popularity of veganism has led the eateries of Jaipur too to introduce vegan dishes and even entire menus that comprise only plant-based eats and beverages. To find out how easy or difficult it is to get vegan ingredients and food in the city, we spoke to some vegans as well as some café owners about the challenges they face and how they overcome them.

Photo walk at JKK

Capturing unique perspectives at a photo walk at Jawahar Kala Kendra

As many as 35 shutterbugs from Jaipur relished a one-of-its-kind enriching photography experience on Saturday morning as they gathered together to capture the diverse natural, architectural and geometric perspectives of Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK). The occasion was a Photo Walk organized by JKK with five photography experts from the city — Dr Tabeenah Anjum, Arvind Jodha, Indrajit Bose, Rajesh Kumar and Suman Sarkar.
The participants were divided into five groups and each one of them covered various locations of JKK like the Open Air Theatre, Front Lawn, Dome Area, Terrace and Shilpgram. From lines and geometrical shots to flowers, birds and the picturesque interiors of Jawahar Kala Kendra, the participants captured various compositions during the walk. The walk gave the attendees not only an opportunity to hone their skills as a photographer, learn new ideas, and explore different compositions but also provided them with a chance to meet other camera enthusiasts and share their ideas with one another.