Murugan

From the Heart

Been There, Done That, Still Moving

NaAsat

NaAsat, was choreographed on a verse from the Vedas. It was first performed at Windsor Castle. It celebrated the culmination of ARC inter-faith conference. Ban Ki Moon and Prince Philip were among the audience.

Fleeting Moments

Milk White Ocean

Beeja was started by Anusha Subramanyam – dancer, choreographer, teacher and dance movement therapist – who is seen as one of the most exciting exponents of bharatanatyam working ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ of its tradition. Her work is trans-cultural and inter-generational. She has also worked extensively with people who are differently abled.
Beeja means ‘seed’ in Hindi. In keeping with its name, Beeja aims to generate new ideas, new understanding and fresh creative forms, particularly through the way that it allows us to be alert to, and take tremendous pleasure in living organisms and biological webs of relatedness. Like a seed underneath the soil collecting all sorts of nutrients, Beeja works as a collective and draws on the skills of its members to develop a distinctive way of working that offers an all-round experience. It is about life’s choreography.
Over the years Beeja has performed in mainstream venues and in non-conventional venues like museums, hospitals, schools, village halls and other public spaces. It aims to make bharatanatyam accessible to a wider audience and encourage interaction with the artists and the dance form.
Beeja’s offers a range of options — performances, workshops, residencies and regular dance classes. Beeja, in collaboration with some of its partners, also offers workshops and residencies in ‘Bollywood’, Indian folk, creative movement and other Indian classical styles.

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Diwali Festival at Stanley Halls

November 5, 2016, 11:00am - November 5, 2016, 9:00pm

An exciting and funfilled, participatory family event. Dance and music workshops, performances, story telling, crafts, food and more... Learn Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Garba and Bollywood dances. Perf...

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Bharatanatyam and contemporary dance workshop with Roger Sinha

November 6, 2016, 10:00am - November 6, 2016, 4:00pm

Beeja dance is offering a unique workshop experience with Roger Sinha, combining contemporary dance with classical Indian dance. Workshop is aimed at dance artists, teachers and senior dance studen...

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Diwali Festival at Stanley Halls

November 5, 2016, 11:00am - November 5, 2016, 9:00pm

An exciting and funfilled, participatory family event. Dance and music workshops, performances, story telling, crafts, food and more... Learn Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Garba and Bollywood dances. Perf...

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Art in Action 14

Anusha performed twice at Art in Action 2014. Art in Action was "Inspired by the simple principle that people are fascinated when artists and craftsmen openly demonstrate their skills and discuss their work." Anusha performed a selection of classical pieces. In one of...

Been There Done That Still Moving

Been There Done That Still Moving! Been There Done That Still Moving! from Suffolk Artlink on Vimeo. Been there done that still moving! Suffolk Artlink’s partnership project with DanceEast 'Been there done that still moving!' is an inspirational dance film made by...

From the Heart

This choreographic work challenges notions of normal and abnormal, drawing inspiration from Anusha Subramanyam’s therapeutic and creative movement work with people with physical and mental challenges. It is an exploration of the dance that they created, using movement...