Dance India Asia Pacific returns to Singapore for the fourth time in 2015 and focusses on Bharatanatyam for the core training programs, which is different from the past three year editions

Bala Bharatham

Angkor - An untold Story

The making of Angkor shares insights on the concept, music, choreography, costume design, set design and many other details that has shaped this dance theatre production. Listen to the creative team behind this unqie dance theatre production as they share their journey and experience. Click the link below to watch this vedio on the making of Angkor..     

AƱjasa explores the beauty of Buddhist temple architectures. The audience will journey through monuments including Mahadevi Temple, Buddha Gaya Maha Bodhi Temple, Vattadage, The Shwedagon Pagoda, Bayon and the Borobudur. Read reviews on the recent performance of Anjasa


Apsaras Arts performed "Matha Parashakthi" depicting the Navaraathri Celebrations for Natya Darpan for the opening of the Indian Heritage Centre, Singapore on May 9th, 2015 at the Victoria Theatre.


The inaugural concert of Nadopasana - Remembering Shri S Sathyalingam is in progress. An awesome Veena-Venu-Violin ensemble led by Kannan Balakrishnan (Veena) featuring leading musicians - L Saravanan (Venu) Bombay V Anand (Violin) 

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Daughters of Angkor - Asian Women in Divine Context. Since 2005, Kent Davis has worked as an independent researcher with documenting the 1,796 devata (goddess) images at Angkor Wat to determine the nature and role of these women who appear in divine context. Kent Davis writes about the Devatas of Angkor.