Nibandhana, which he will be presenting in Singapore is in the traditional Margam format, which explores, observes and reviews multiple imageries and interpretations in the Bharatanatyam repertoire. Multiple voices will speak of one dream, distinct shapes will behold one spirit and diverse ideas will converge to one context- Nibandhana will bind together in concept, in movement and in spiritual quest.
Vaibhav Arekar Vaibhav Arekar is a sought after Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer. He belongs to the new generation of intense dance artists, whose art and life is guided by the vision of promoting, producing and projecting Indian classical dance as a contemporaneous art. Utmost dedication and dynamism are imbued in his profile as a dancer, teacher and choreographer.
Trained at the Nalanda Nritya Mahavidyalaya, affiliated to the University of Mumbai, Vaibhav honed his skills under the expert guidance of Saroja Srinath, Thangamani Nagarajan and Dr. Kanak Rele. He also has a background in dance-theatre.
His solo and group works, while grounded in the classical ethos, are contemporary in interpretation.