Revanta Sarabhai

Home Stories

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Rich Mix, London, 9th March 2013, Reviewed by Parbati Chaudhury

Sat, 2013-03-09

In Home Stories, solo performer and choreographer Revanta Sarabhai explores the unsettled life of one who has been caught up in the whirlwind of global migration as he puts down roots in the city of London.

Home Stories & Harlseden High Street

A double bill of work exploring stories of London.

Saturday, March 9, 2013
Rich Mix, 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA

India Dans Festival

This season once again The Hague breathes the atmosphere of India; for one week Korzo will be transformed into the Indian dance center. From Bharatanatyam to Bollywood and from Urban Indian dance to modern dance, Korzo is the venue for big established and up-and-coming talents in contemporary Indian dance.

Saturday, October 13, 2012
Korzo Theater, The Netherlands


An evening with the most talented up-and-coming male dancers of Britain – presenting Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Odissi and Contemporary.

Friday, October 28, 2011
Curve Theatre
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Classical and Contemporary Dance: Revanta Sarabhai

Revanta is an independent performer, choreographer, multimedia designer and filmmaker. Having made his solo classical dance debut at age 8, he has been performing professionally and touring internationally with the Darpana Performance Group since 1999.

Saturday, September 10, 2011
Nehru Centre
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Choreogata, Revanta Sarabhai, Anusha Kedhar, Ankur Bahl, Kamala Devam

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Simon Richardson, courtesy Akademi

Choreogata, Revanta Sarabhai, Anusha Kedhar, Ankur Bahl, Kamala Devam
Purcell Room, London
Reviewed by Sanjoy Roy

Sun, 2011-04-24

Choreogata is a new platform from Akademi that aims to support and showcase new work by up-and-coming choreographers. Its first programme featured five solos by four artists. Revanta Sarabhai opened the programme with The Dance in Me, inspired by a verse by pioneering bharatanatyam and kathakali dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai. The poem, which Revanta Sarabhai recites as a prologue and which is also heard as a voiceover during the solo, extols dance as “turbulent discipline”.

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