LPU hosted 11th annual Celebrations of Antara Dance & Creative Art Studio at its campus
Jalandhar : Providing the largest platform to the growing and hitherto hidden Indian and international talent, Lovely Professional University (LPU) hosted 11th annual recital revels of Antara Dance Studio (Jalandhar) at its Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium.
Commencing the annual show ‘Dream Catchers-2022′, titled as ‘Wings of Joy’; the first group performance echoed liberty for dancing on the song “Udne Do”. It was followed by online and offline Kathak performances worshipping Lords Rama & Krishna; Guru Vandana; Thumri dance depicting ‘Asht Naayika’ for pangs of love by Director Nidhi Mittal, herself; and, many other dance forms.
More than 100 students of the studio from different walks of life and age groups performed on beautiful choreographies and compositions.The most emotional and passionate performance of the concert was performed by the specially-abled students of Mother Teresa School.
They won the hearts of the elite audience, which pledged unanimously to be always supportive to the persons around them. In fact, the theme was dedicated to all those people who have helped many others to fulfil their dreams, by supporting them.
Little kids’ other incredible and energetic performances were also applauded the most.LPU’s Pro Chancellor Ms. Rashmi Mittal chaired the occasion. She encouraged the participants with her support.
She also inspired them by sharing that the dancing body says the soul’s voice that words cannot. Applauding all the participants and organizers, she wished that all of them may keep on gaining newer heights on national and global levels.
Staying connected with the studio, she also congratulated the Director Mrs Nidhi Mittal for creating a huge eco-system with a purpose through mesmerising performances by her students on the LPU stage.
In fact, over the last decade, Antara Studio has trained thousands of its students in creative dance forms. During three-hours celebrations, different dance performances included Kathak, Belly, Salsa, Bachata, Semi-classical, Bollywood and more.
The Director of the studio, Mrs Nidhi Mittal thanked LPU management for providing a great stage to the budding artists of India, who are getting training at the studio. She shared that her ‘Studio’ is more about opening up minds and hearts to think big and chase dreams.
Motivational speaker from Bangalore, Ms Leena Munot conducted the programme.Children, teenagers, adults and senior citizens from different walks of life and professions learn together at ‘Antara’, where they forget the age barrier for the sake of the divine art form.
It also conducted online training classes even during COVID Pandemic period, where. students from all across the country and over 5 countries – the US, UK, Dubai, Singapore and South Africa learnt the art.