Kulture Kool celebrates 10th anniversary in New Jersey
More than 250 students and performers presented Indian Odyssey – a journey through India, at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, on June 12, 2019.
It was a spectacular event showcasing folk, classical and contemporary dances and music of India. The sold out show was greatly appreciated by all attendees, according to a press release.
The event was in celebration of the 10th anniversary of Kulture Kool.
According to the release, ‘Kulture Kool is on a mission to spread the joy and wisdom of India by sharing different aspects of the grandmother of all cultures with youngsters and adults through performing arts and language education, community events, cultural outreach programs in schools, museums and libraries and enrichment workshops across the Tristate area’.
Since its launch in 2009, Kulture Kool is the first center in North Jersey to provide year-round comprehensive programs and workshops in Indian classical and instrumental music, Indian classical dance, Indian popular and folk dance, and has enjoyed tremendous success in Bergen County with its Rutherford venue, leading it to expand its brand beyond to Glen Ridge, Hoboken and West New York.
Kulture Kool has an enviable roster of highly trained exponents and talented teachers that teach more than 15 programs to over 280 students of all ages and all ethnicities. The school also carries out year-round outreach programs in libraries, public and private schools and community events throughout the state.
Kulture Kool offers the option to get certification from prestigious boards and institutes from USA and UK, for all Indian classical dance and music and Western instrumental music programs.