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Setting the dance floor ablaze

In its second year, Souls on Fire, a four-day dance camp covering styles such as Afro beat, dance hall, house and urban choreography, brought the city’s dance enthusiasts together at Twist ‘N’ Turns, the New Alipore dance studio from March 15 to 18. Snapshots...

TT Bureau   |   Published 27.03.18, 12:00 AM

Participants danced their hearts out at the four-day workshop.
 

In its second year, Souls on Fire, a four-day dance camp covering styles such as Afro beat, dance hall, house and urban choreography, brought the city’s dance enthusiasts together at Twist ‘N’ Turns, the New Alipore dance studio from March 15 to 18. Snapshots...

(From left) Ravi Varma, Abhishek Das, Sambo Mukherjee and Ryan Martyr of the five-member faculty of Souls on Fire strike a pose in between teaching. 
 
“These guys are some of the best dancers around, so it would be silly to miss the opportunity to learn from them. Being a professional dancer, I feel that these workshops help in building a culture where more people know and indulge in these dance styles,” said Mekhola Bose, founder, The Calcutta Waack Pack.
 
“This is my second time at Souls on Fire and I loved Sambo and Ryan’s classes. With Sambo focusing on high energy and Ryan focusing on technique, I learnt very different styles from the duo,” said Shaheer Ashraf, a second-year student of The Bhawanipur Education Society College. 
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Text: Anannya Sarkar
Pictures: B. Halder



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