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Singh Sisters

BIO

The three Singh sisters, Jamel, Harsel and Parvyn, were brought up dancing and singing on stage with their father Dya Singh. They have travelled around the world and bring their excitement and experience to each performance.

Presentations and performances are available either solo or duo (two of the three sisters, or one accompanied by a musician).

Parvyn regularly travels to India to study Classical North Indian Kathak dance and Classical Indian vocal music. Jamel studied Classical South Indian, Barathanatium Dance since the age of 6 and has travelled to Singapore to further her studies in North Indian Kathak dance and Classical Indian vocal music and tabla.

All three Singh sisters’ upbringing in Punjabi folk dance, Bhangra, and their interest in modern forms of dance such as hip-hop and Latin allow them to choreograph using traditional, folk and contemporary influences.

Parvyn or Jamel also perform the show BluGuru with multi-instrumentalist Josh Bennett.

SHOWS

Bollywood Jai Ho - Interactive Bollywood Dancing Presentation

  • Kinder
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • Festivals

Bollywood dancing is enjoying unprecedented popularity due to the Bollywood film industry. Bollywood fuses rap, raga, latin and hip-hop into a lively mixture of folk, classical, global and local traditions. This incursion allows an understanding of the history and the meaning behind the dances in a highly energetic interactive program.

This incursion allows an understanding of the history and the meaning behind the dances in a highly energetic interactive program. The costumes are colourful, authentic and tailor-made from India to give a special touch to these very popular presentations.

“One of the best presentations we have ever had!”
Geelong Grammar, Bostock House, VIC

Jamel Singh - Exploring Bollywood / Indian Dance

  • Kinder
  • Primary
  • Festivals

Enjoy an interactive presentation with Jamel! Information about Bollywood, Indian dance and culture is interspersed with music and dance – attendees are encouraged to copy the actions and participate!

The programme can be varied to suit, and depending on the event can be more of a presentation or more of a workshop.