BURLINGTON, MA—Academy of Creative Arts kids are ready to shine at INDIA New England News Spring Wedding Expo on Sunday, March 6, at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA.
Little kids and teens from the Academy of Creative Arts will be performing a dance that showcases phases before getting married in a fun and musical way.
“We are thankful to India New England for providing the opportunity and platform to little kids who bring pure love and positive energy.” said Java Joshi, founder of the Academy of Creative Arts.
Weddings in India are a combination of rituals and ceremonies that lasts several days. These weddings combine local, religious and family traditions. Academy of Creative Arts students will be depict the enjoyment, families forming relationships and understanding the real value of each other not evaluating them on the basis of money, status or any materialistic valuables, and the pure sanctity of the relationship of a married couple.
The act is choreographed by Academy of Creative Arts Bollywood instructor Dipal Anand where 12 kids from the ages of 6 to 13 years and 4 adults will be showcasing a dance act on the colorful stage designed by Shobha Shastry and music played by DJ Yogz.
Academy of Creative Arts is an educational institution where 14+ different forms of creative and performing arts such as art of painting, dance forms like Bollywood, dathak, ballroom, bhangra, music by shankar mahadevan academy that includes hindustani, carnatic, hindi movie songs and grow with music program for kids, photography, henna/mehndi etc. are taught all under one roof in Burlington.