New Odyssey teacher takes over at Indian Cultural Centre
02 Oct 2016 - 11:02
Doha: Divya Chowdhary, a versatile Odyssey dancer has taken over as Odyssey teacher from Shiley Chatterjee, who has just relocated back to India.
Divya has been dancing since she was eight years old. She was involved in Bollywood, tango, waltz, rumba, salsa, and merengue.
Divya became a disciple of Dr. Aparupa Chatterjee, an eminent odyssey dancer, in June 2012. Over the years, she has undertaken intensive Odyssey workshops with eminent artists. Divya is a member and Principal of the Odyssey Dance Company (ODC).
Indian Cultural Centre (ICC) currently offers classes at nominal rates and under the supervision of experienced teachers on Indian classical, western and Odyssey dances, Karate, Yoga and Chess.
ICC has announced two more classes on the list. Free music classes for the differently-abled children of Indian community and Kalari (Kerala martial art) classes at its premises. ICC said it is honoured to have Ismail These Othayoth, a well-qualified and chief instructor of martial arts as the trainer.