• Kathak Dance Classes

    Kathak Dance Classes at Sangati Centre for Performing Arts. Admissions open from 1st June. Timings Monday – Friday 5:30pm to 8:30pm.

  • Jazz Funk regular classes at Misbehaving Beautifully

    Regular classes of Jazz funk (A fusion of Jazz along with different street styles and club styles) from the choreographers of Paranoid Dance Crew. These classes are structured to make you groove and move on the sexier tracks, be bold…

  • Unleash

    What is Unleash? ‘Unleash’ is an intensive training programme, for passionate people who wish to pursue dance sincerely. It is an initiative to bring the best of faculties to Ahmedabad so that participants do not have travel out of town…





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