A few of the school’s past productions include:
Natya Shastra, a thematic presentation on the theory of Bharata Natyam
Omkara’s production visually explored some of the theory found in the Natya Shastra such as ‘Ranga Puje’ – the honouring of the stage and installation of 8 cardinal guardian deities, ‘Ashta Nayikaas’ – the eight different types of heroines found in Hindu literature, ‘Karanas’ – the different types of codified body movements found in Bharatanatyam, ‘Hasta Vinyogas’ – the different hand gestures and their meanings, and ‘Nava Rasas’ – the nine emotions on which expressive dance is based.
Yatra, The Sacred Temples of South India
Sarvam Krishnan Mayam
Through this production, Omkara students learnt how to incorporate Yoga Asanas into dances to ease the tensions that come with rigorous body work, resulting in a series of dances in which they showcased their mastery over the Yoga asanas.
KARANGAL, Association for Rural Development in India (Charity Organisation) | November 2012
REHA SWISS (Charity Organisation) | April 2012
WIPO (Inaugural Ceremony of the General Assembly) | October 2012
ASSOCIATION CHARLES ROLLIER | September 2012
If you would like Omkara to perform at an event (charity or corporate) please write to firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d be happy to work with you.
– Asha Simpson & Francoise Faure, KARANGAL, 8 Novembre 2012.
– Nancy Tikou-Rollier, LA JOIE DE PEINDRE, Septembre 2012.