Sonia Sabri’s Spill, performed by Sabri herself, expresses a determination to break free from society’s narrow perceptions and be free from negativity and restriction.
Inspired by Sufi philosophy and religious ritual, Sabri uses the intricate language of Kathak dance to express the yearnings of the soul in a call to celebrate, to overflow with love, compassion, humility and fearlessness.
The evening also premieres Silhouette – The Borderline, a group piece performed by artists from ANKH Dance exploring the multiple challenges women across the world face in reaching and crossing borders.
With roots in Indian classical and influences from theatre and contemporary dance, this is the newest work from choreographers Gauri Sharma Tripathi and Ashley Lobo, and is set to Niraj Chag’s music inspired by African rhythms and percussion.
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