Deepali Lindblom is Montreal based professional Bollywood and Bhangra dancer. Trained in Kathak, an Indian classical dance, she is also an Actor and a Choreographer.

Deepali's artistic work consists of

- Productions that includes theatre and dance

- Dance class/ workshop for individual or a group.

- Dance performance with her troupe Mix Masala at weddings, festivals, corporate events etc.

- Creating or collaborating for projects that impact communities in a positive way.

InTandem - A flashmob of Empathy”

I am here. In the USA. I have arrived. Now my children and I have a chance of a future. Here, if you work hard and be honest, things will turn out good. That is good. Yes? I matter. I am here.

If you ever wished to dance Bollywood dance, now is the perfect time. As a bonus, learn a Latin and an African dance too! What’s more, be a part of a movement of dance!

Roshni, is delighted to call out for participants to participate in their first flashmob project, InTandem - A flashmob of Empathy

The participants will dance in parallel/together with about 20 refugee and immigrant youth for 3 months. On 4th June, InTandem will be presented to the residents of Aurora. Thereafter, it will take place at various locations in Colorado.

InTandem, is about inclusion, solidarity and empathy towards the growing refugee/immigrant population of Colorado. It is about evoking confidence in our cultural legacy, civic pride, increased democratic values and participation.

In a nation by and of immigrants, it is our springboard for celebrating what is unique and beautiful in each of Colorado’s ethnically diverse residents. All the while, raising the issues of identification, acknowledgment and development that is very relevant in our present times.

Information and trial session: Saturday, March 11, 2017

Rehearsals: Saturdays, March 18 - May 27 (No class on April 29)

Time: 3 - 4.15 pm

Where: 1537 Alton St.
Aurora 80010

Participation fee: $50 (free for students / seniors / unemployed)

Humankind has not woven the web of life, we are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect. ~ Chief Si'ahi, Duwamish Tribe ~

Chance on Dance with Champa House, Denver

A call out for four women participants to participate in project Chance on Dance by Roshni at Champa House in Denver.

The participants will dance together with 4 - 6 residents of Champa House for 3 months. They will learn a choreography which will be presented with other dance groups in our grand celebration on June 3rd, 2017.

Day: Wednesdays

Date: March 15 - May 31 (No class on April 26)

Time: 11 - 11.50 am

Where: Champa House
2544 Champa St.

Participation fee: $50 (scholarship available)

First performance: June 3rd, 2017 in Aurora

Montre (olly) Wood, 2017

Canada, a big wide country, with a big wide heart is turning 150 and Montréal, its awesomest city, 375!

I have the awesome fortune to work again with Sinha Danse to celebrate the anniversaries with a bigger, grander Montre (olly) Wood.

Info & registration http://www.sinhadanse.com/en/callmow/

Video link: https://vimeo.com/202824236

FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/438880016500773/

My fellow Montrealers!
Come and celebrate your city!
Come, stand for what is diverse and beautiful in us!
Come, let us dance!