Dancing with the feet is one thing but dancing with the heart is another and at the LSR Dance Society, we believe in doing just that. We believe in engaging the dancer not only in technique based training but also finer nuances like expressing and breathing from the soul, and inspiring them through the medium of dance.
The dance society performs for a multitude of intra-college events, such as:
The society encompasses all forms of dance, and we have 3 main segments:
Classical: comprising of all Indian classical dance forms, wherein synergised dance renditions are prepared, retaining the essence of each classical form. All the members are encouraged and given an opportunity to develop as solo performers as well.
Choreography: applies different dance forms such as contemporary, lyrical jazz, ballet into creating a thematic representation, and is choreographed into a dance ballet.
Western: amalgamates major western dance styles such as hip hop, Bollywood, jazz, wacking etc. It builds on each style and fuses them into western dance productions.
We strive to attain excellence in performances conducted both inside and outside of college through intensive training which is not only gruelling but also extremely rewarding making us one of the most active and appreciated societies at LSR.
President : Jigya Bhagat
Secretary (Choreo) : Somya Narang
Secretary (Western) : Vaibhavi Gautam
Secretary (Classical) : Priyanka Mahajan
Staff Advisors : Dr. Saswati Bhattacharya, Ms. Rachita Mittal, Ms. Snehil, Ms. Rachna Sharma
Society email: email@example.com
At the same time, LSR’s dance society competes in national and state level dance competitions and has won laurels nearly everywhere it goes.
- On Orientation Day, 20 July 2015, all the three wings of the Dance Society put up an amalgamation of many dance forms on stage namely- Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kathak, Chhau, Whacking, Contemporary etc.
- The Independence Day celebration saw a fusion of four major Indian Classical Dance Forms namely- Bharatnatyam, Odissi, Kathak and Mohiniyattam. The objective of this event was to celebrate the diversity and rich heritage of India.
- To honour the contribution of teachers in shaping and inspiring students, the dance society presented an interactive and entertaining performance on the Teachers’ Day.
- For the North Eastern Festival in October 2015 the classical wing of the Dance Society performed a folk dance form of Assam, the Jhumur, traditionally performed by the womenfolk working at the tea plantations.
- On February 2016, the Classical Dance Society performed at the opening ceremony of TARANG, the Annual Cultural Festival of LSR and the Western Dance and Choreography groups showcased their Annual Productions on the College stage
As a society, it believes in training the bodies and the minds and learning as many new and interesting things about dance and each dancer learns more about herself at the end of the day. To facilitate this, they call professionals in the field to take workshops with the students and participate in many non-competitive events to further enrich their journey as dancers.
- All the three wings of the Dancesoc competed in the BITS Pilani Fest in October 2015 and won awards for it as well.The choreo wing bagged the first position and the classical wing won both the first and second position.
- In December 2015, at the IIT Mumbai Fest, MOOD INDIGO, the Choreography wing of the Dance Society won the 3rd position for the Best Thematic Presentation.
- March 2016 was the time for Fests in all colleges across DU. All the three wings of the Dance Society went for several fests across Delhi University and also won accolades and awards for the same.
- The choreography society bagged a position in 8 fests,including UCMS,Hansraj College, St. Stephens’,NSIT and Kirori Mal College.
- The western wing bagged a position in 13 fests including IILM,ARSD,Hindu College,Ramjas,NLUD,Bhagat Singh and MAMC.
- A series of training workshops were organised in November 2015 by Ms. Prachi Saxena for Choreography, and Mr. Ryan Martyr for Western Dance. The senior dancers of the Classical Dance Society took workshops on expressions with the members.
- On 7 April 2016, the Classical Dance Society showcased its Annual Production, Nrityagana in the College auditorium. The production was an amalgamation of dance forms, a marriage of souls, a synthesis of emotions, and a union of spirits.
- In April 2016, the Classical Dance Society performed at the prestigious conference, 10th SPIE Asia Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium which was organised by ISRO in collaboration with the Ministry of Earth Sciences. This symposium was supported by NASA and the performance was highly appreciated by the dignitaries present.
- The Classical Dance Society also performed for the delegation that came from La Trobe University, Australia.