NATS INVITES DANCE PARTICIPANTS!!!
LOCAL TALENT TAKES THE MAIN STAGE
REGISTRATION IS ENDING SOON! DON"T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO SHOW YOUR ABILITY TO A LARGER AUDIENCE.
Thank you for your interest in participating in the folk dances choreographed by Nrityanjali Academy
for performances at the NATS Sambaralu in July. Participants for these programs will be selected
on a first come first served basis at 2 meetings on May 30, 2011. Requirements are enclosed.
Selections will be made at the sole discretion of the choreographers. Attendance is MANDATORY at ONE of these sessions for all who wish to participate. RSVP is appreciated but NOT required. We hope to see you there!
Meeting: Monday, May 30th 2011
session1 @ 4-6pm
session2 @ 7-9pm
Location: 1553 Route 27 South, Somerset, NJ 08873, Suite 1600
NATS Cultural Committee
Aruna Ganti (908)380-4048
Sri Lakshmi Pascha (908)-670-7898
Vaidehi Devalapalli (973) 262-5016
Bindu Yalamanchili (908)240-3167
Bala Yalamanchi (908)884-5722
North America Telugu Society (NATS) is hosting its second America Telugu Sambaralu at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center from July 1st to July 3rd 2011.
NATS is proud to have the renowned Nrityanjali Academy of Hyderabad bring their unique Telugu folk dance performances to our Sambaralu. Their choreographers will train interested US participants to take part in eight different dances.
· Looking for ages 10 and up
· Must attend ALL practice sessions
· Practice sessions will run for 6 weeks and twice a week
· Exact details regarding the program and practice sessions will be provided at the 1st meeting
· NATS Registration Required for the participants
Practice location: 1553 Route 27 South, Somerset, NJ 08873, Suite 1600
Please email NATS.email@example.com with the name, gender, age or age group, phone number, email address.
WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO HOST THE NRITYANJALI CHOREOGRAPHERS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED TO HOST, PLEASE CONTACT ARUNA GANTI @ 908-380-4048
North America Telugu Society is a non-profit national organization for Telugus living across North America. Its mission is to serve the Telugu community across North America through cultural, religious, social, and educational activities. Many exciting cultural programs are being planned with amazing talent from USA and India. For more information, visit